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Sinara Transport Sends Seven Locomotives to Cuba

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The Russian company Sinara Transport Machines Holding has sent seven more TGM-8KM locomotives to Cuba. The train engines are a part of a 2016 deal between Havana and Moscow. These seven new locomotives arrived in Cuba last Tuesday. The rail vehicles, at the cost of one million euros each, are being sent to Artemisa, Camagüey, Granma, Havana, Sancti Spiritus, and Villa Clara. These are not the first Russian locomotives to arrive on Cuba’s shores. Eight diesel locomotives manufactured by Lyudinovo Diesel Locomotive Plant (part of Sinara) arrived in Cuba on the threshold of Havana’s 500th Anniversary celebrations. Jose Cabrera, Sinara’s deputy representative in Cuba, said that 13 more locomotives of this type will arrive next year, and four more will be received in 2022. In…

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