TÜDEMSAŞ Continues Production of Bogie for Austria

tudemsas continues bogie production for austria
tudemsas continues bogie production for austria

TÜDEMSAŞ continues to work for second party delivery of bogies exported to Austria. The first batch of bogies which will be produced in total 120 pieces was delivered recently. Representatives of ÖBB from Sivas came to Sivas in order to see the production process of the bogies.

Kenan Salic, Head of Quality Engineering Department of ÖBB Holding and Bahri Soytal, Cargo Wagon Fleet Engineer, Nurettin Yıldırım, owner of Gökyapı Company, came to TÜDEMSAŞ and continued to produce H type bogies for ÖBB in Wagon Production Factory Boji Branch. examined the production process.

Representatives of ÖBB visited General Manager Mehmet Başoğlu in his office to make a general evaluation after the factory visit. Mehmet Başoğlu, Deputy General Manager, informed the ÖBB officials about the factories and contractor companies and said: tik We started operations in 1939. We are the largest factory in this region. We're an authority on freight wagons. We provide all kinds of support to many companies such as Gök Yapı. We offer all kinds of technical facilities to Gökyapı and other contractor companies ”.

ÖBB Quality Engineering Department Head Kenan Salic said, ında When you look from the outside, you can see this togetherness. We hope this will remain so. ” Produced bogies expressed that there is no problem in general sense Salic, said they found the work very successful.

ÖBB Freight Wagon Fleet Engineer Bahri Soytal told TÜDEMSAŞ that everyone he had seen before was very impressed. Soytal said, ız Our bosses were very impressed when they saw these places. He told us “There is no need to go to TÜDEMSAŞ for examination. They already do this. Iler You gave them that trust. We are very pleased with both Gökrail and TÜDEMSAŞ ”.

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