GYSEV CARGO spends HUF 600 mln on freight cars
Regional railway company GYSEV CARGO, indirectly owned by the states of Hungary and Austria, has spent HUF 600m to buy 50 freight cars, spokesman László Rázó said on Tuesday. The cars, designed to carry coal, iron ore, coke, logs or non-ferrous metals, were supplied by Slovakia's LOKO TRANS.
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