China Sends First Consignment Of High-Speed Rail coaches To Pakistan
China has shipped its first shipment of 46 passenger cars to Pakistan Railways. It will arrive in a South Asian country by sea in about 3 weeks.
Forty-six carriages will be delivered to Pakistan as part of a $140 million contract for a total of 230 high-speed trains.
The last 184 gadgets could be synthetic in Pakistan with the aid of using the PR engineers and technical personnel below the supervision of the Chinese experts.
A spokesperson told media that the shipments will arrive at the Karachi port within three weeks and will be sent to Lahore on the Karachi-Lahore Main Line 1 by the end of this month.
To build 800 freight cars and 20 brake vans. China will supply some finished products (CBU) and the rest will be manufactured in Pakistan using a technology transfer process.
To upgrade its aging track (ML-1) for high-speaker coach service.