Indian company sends more carriages to Angola

4 June 2007

Chennai, India, 4 June – Indian company Integral Coach Factory, which has an order worth US13.5 million from Angola, has sent a second shipment of 17 railway carriages, newspaper Financial Express reported.

The company, which is run by the Indian Railway Ministry, sent the first shipment of 24 carriages to Angola in November 2006.

This second shipment is made up of seven first class carriages, two sleeper carriages, two luggage carriages and two restaurant cars.

The third and last shipment of 15 carriage is still being produced. (macauhub)