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Alstom wins Mexican track maintenance contract

Posted on August 17, 2011

Mexico-based private operator Ferrovalle tapped Alstom to maintain approximately 410 miles of track. The contract, which began at the end of July, will run for 11 years and is worth approximately $57.4 million.

Ferrovalle operates rail infrastructure in the center of Mexico. Its responsibilities include the assembly and points of the fleets of Mexico's major rail freight operators, including KCSM, Ferromex and Ferrosur.

Alstom will be responsible for the corrective and preventive maintenance of all approximate 410 miles of track. The maintenance team will consist of more than 100 employees.

 

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