Integral production grinds to a halt

WHEN Czech Railways ordered a fleet of 10 Class 680 tilting trains for high speed services in August 1995 from a consortium of CKD, MSV Studénka, Fiat and Siemens, the intention was to have the first Integral unit ready for trials in late 1997. Nearly two years later, there is ...

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