Gibela starts work on EMU factory

Taking part in the ceremony at Dunnotar (from left) were Gibela CEO Marc Granger, Alstom Chairman & CEO Henri Poupart-Lafarge, PRASA Chairman Dr Popo Molefe and acting CEO Nathi Khena and South African Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters.

SOUTH AFRICA: The Gibela joint venture of Alstom and local partners marked the start of construction of its new EMU manufacturing plant at Dunnotar on March 4, with a ceremony attended by Alstom Chairman & CEO Henri Poupart-Lafarge, PRASA Chairman Dr Popo Molefe, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters and the Mayor ...

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