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New TMH locomotives arrived in Mongolia
10 January 2020 y.

New TMH locomotives arrived in Mongolia


TMH delivered a batch of diesel locomotives, manufactured by TMH Bryansk Plant (“BMZ”), to the customer in Mongolia.

One TEM18DM shunting diesel locomotive and seven 2TE25KM mainline freight diesel locomotives will now join the fleet of the Ulan-Bator Railway.

These shunting locomotives service railroads of Mongolia since 2011; the mainline locomotives appeared in Ulan-Bator in 2017.
2TE25KM is the latest Russian locomotive of its class, 90% of its components are produced in Russia. 

For the Ulan-Bator Railway, the outfit of the machines was customized to better suit the climate of Mongolia. Their diesel engines, air purification systems, and high-voltage cabinet received extra dust protection. The microprocessor-based control system was updated to better manage the load on the diesel-generator and traction assemblies, as well as auxiliaries, to operate the vehicle safely and efficiently. 

2TE25KM mainline freight diesel locomotives successfully operate in a variety of regions with signature climates: Krasnodar, North Caucasus, Buryatia, and Kazakhstan. Regardless of the environment, TMH makes sure the working conditions of the crew remain comfortable.

The fleet of Ulan-Bator Railway now consists of 12 2TE25KM and 12 TEM18DM.