Indian Railways intends to Export Train-18 by 2025-26

Vande Bharat trains are fit for broad gauge, the railways’ manufacturing units will customise the trains to run on standard gauges used by countries across the world.

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NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): A Senior official stated that the railways plan to export Vande Bharat trains to markets in Europe, South America, and East Asia by 2025 or 2026. The latest version of the domestic trains with sleeping coaches will be running by the first quarter of 2024, the source added.

He also said the railways is planning to clock 10-12 lakh kilometres on 75 Vande Bharat trains over the next few years for these to be export ready. “The ecosystem to export trains has to be created over the next two to three years. We are on track to manufacture 475 Vande Bharat trains in the next three years, and once they run successfully, there will be confidence in global markets about our product.

The Vande Bharat trains meet all international standards,” he said. Talking about these trains, the official said these have a rider index of three, which means no or minimal jolts for passengers; and a noise level of 65 decibels which is 100 times less than the sound produced in aircraft.

He also said that while the present Vande Bharat trains are fit for broad gauge, the railways’ manufacturing units will customise the trains to run on standard gauges used by countries across the world.

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