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Wild locomotives enter the service in Iraq

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Wild locomotives enter the service in Iraq

Post  Ponee on Sat Aug 25, 2018 1:11 pm

The Ministry of Transport announced on Friday that it is ready to transport heavy materials and equipment through its giant land locomotives with exceptional capabilities.

"The Ministry of Transport now has locomotives that do not run on the railways but over public roads and in all directions," the ministry said in a statement. "The new locomotives are giant cars that increase their rubber wheels on the [444] wheel". 
He added that "the giant locomotives do not exceed the speed of two kilometers per hour, and perhaps less or more depending on the weight of the load to be transferred," explaining that "this achievement came through the partnership reached by the formations of the ministry with the private sector. 

"These land-based locomotives have transported the largest, heaviest and most complex imported steel pieces," the statement said











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