The members of the Electromechanical Products Division include Yongji Electric Machinery Co., Ltd., Tianjin Equipment Company, Nankou Machinery Company, Sifang Company, Dalian Company and Dalian Electric Co., Ltd. The business scope covers railway EMUs, locomotives, passenger cars, and trucks.
China's railway development has been more than 100 years old. The first commercial railway (Shanghai Wusong Railway) was opened to traffic in 1876. The first railway (Tangyu Railway) was opened to traffic in 18 81. The development of China Railway is also China. The history of railway locomotive technology and product development.
Guangzhou Metro Line
The Guangzhou Metroing is the rapid transit system of the city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province of China. It is operated by the state-owned Guangzhou Metro Corporation and was the fourth metro system to be built in mainland China, after those of Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai.
EMU & bus
Along with the rapid development of China's railways, the railway bus technology has been continuously upgraded and the product platform has continued to improve. After many years of precipitation, the railway passenger car has a perfect management system and has passed ISO9001 quality assurance system and ISO14001 environmental management system.
India Gurgaon RMGL Metro
Considering the line conditions of “New Delhi - Gurgaon”, RMGL metro adopts current guiderail to reduce electromagnetic radiation and operation noise. Moreover, each car saves 20,000 kW/h per year compared to traditional metro thanks to the light aluminum alloy material with high strength and corrosion resistance and intelligent air-conditioning system.
Railway wagons use goods as the main transport object and can be divided into general-purpose trucks and special-purpose trucks according to their purposes. A general-purpose truck is a vehicle that is suitable for transporting a variety of goods, such as a gondola, a boxcar, a flat car, and the like. Special-purpose trucks refer to vehicles that transport certain types of goods, such as coal trucks, container trucks, and bulk cement trucks.