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02 Apr

British Steel wins Egypt rail contract

British Steel has won a contract to supply 9,500 tonnes of rail for the construction of Egypt’s Green Line railway. The Scunthorpe-produced rail will supply Egypt’s first fully electrified mainline and freight network which stretches from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean. The network is 660km long and will carry trains – for both passengers and goods – up to a maximum speed of 250 km/h. Rail supplied is 60E1 in grade R260, each at 18 metres…
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