Rába enters Mexican market with prototype axles

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Hungarian automotive industry company Rába, based in Győr, is entering the Mexican bus market by supplying prototype bus axles to Mexicoʼs DINA, according to an announcement issued today.

DINA’s Brighter diesel buses and Ridderʼs trolley buses are to be outfitted with Rába’s axles. According to the announcement, the parts have already been shipped to the partners.

The test phase for the axles is expected to wind up in 2016, "affording new opportunities for serial deliveries under a long term agreement", Rába said, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

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