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Swedish prime minister kickstarts construction work on new coastal line

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CD Cargo signs agreement to buy up to 50 Traxx locomotives

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Greenbrier buys majority stake in Turkish railcar manufacturer

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New opportunities for United Wagon Company after becoming approved DB supplier

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FS Italiane to help develop freight traffic on Baku–Tbilisi–Kars railway

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