French firm Thales has helped ship three essential stations for the Egyptian Nationwide Railways (ENR), the second-largest railway operator in Africa.
The stations embrace Tanta, Sedfa, and Al Ousayrat, which come underneath the rail hall that spans from Alexandria to Aswan by means of Cairo.
Sedfa and Al Ousayrat are constructed to attach the cities of Asyut and Nagh Hammadi, whereas Tanta is situated on the Cairo-Alexandria line.
Alexandria station is located within the north of the Quesna-Alexandria part, whereas Farz Waborat and Cairo North are within the south of the Cairo-Benha part. The entire size of the road is 207km.
For Tanta station, Thales constructed one most important technical constructing and one secondary technical constructing.
The corporate additionally deployed 132 indicators, 124 change motors, 267 monitor circuits, and eight-level crossings on the station.
Thales constructed a brand new technical constructing in addition to signalling and telecommunications programs for the Al Ousayrat station.
It additionally constructed three degree crossings and 10km of monitor for the station. The road already has 63km of monitor.
For the Sedfa station, Thales constructed an extra 11km apart from technical constructing, 44 indicators, 74 monitor circuits, and two-level crossings.
Thales Spain transport director Fernando Ortega stated: “We’re very happy to ship three new stations to ENR. It’s a supply of satisfaction for your entire Thales group who’ve been working for years on the modernisation of this line”
Thales’ digital interlocking system (EIS) was used as a alternative for the prevailing mechanical signalling programs on three essential strains of the Egyptian railway community.
Earlier this month, Thales received a contract to supply its know-how for one of many sections of the Mediterranean Hall.