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1.SAIL Bhilai plant to roll out high grade steel for rail wagons

The Steel Authority of India Ltd’s Bhilai Steel Plant is developing special grades of steel plates used in the manufacture of railway wagons. These are customised for Titagarh Wagons, a government owned company

2.Moog arm gets $4 mn deal from Railways

The Research Designs & Standards Organisation (RDSO) division of Indian Railways has awarded a $4 mn contract to a unit of Moog Inc for supplying a test rig to perform fatigue testing on freight wagons.

3.Work resumes at Titagarh Wagons

Titagarh Wagons lifted the suspension of work at its factory. It had entered into a contract with the Indian Railways for supplying 1,538

4.FLSmidth to introduce wagon tipplers for Indian market

FLSmidth, plans to make and sell the wagon tipplers and side arm chargers for the Indian market.

5.Rail wagon manufacturing on growth path

SAIL recently announced its plan to form a joint venture with RITES for setting up a wagon unit at Kulti in West Bengal.

6.Rail based industries to get leg-up from Rail budget

In the Railway budget for 2011-12, Union Railway ministry has announced a slew of proposals to boost the rail-based industries.

7.They bagged it! (May 2011)

Diamant Infrastructure has been awarded a contract by Ashoka Buildcon for quarrying and crushing of aggregate for four-laning of Sambalpur-Bargarh-Orissa/Chhattisgarh border section of NH-6 road project in Orissa.

8.Next railways budget may not feature new projects

Burdened with Rs 2.5 lakh crore of projects stuck due to paucity of funds and other reasons, the Indian Railways plans to give itself a 'plan holiday' in announcing new projects in 2012-13.

9.Railways plans to use alloys in wagons to cut costs

Indian Railways plans to introduce new wagons that are cheaper by a fifth and carry almost the same weight as the existing stainless steel.

10.Coal India to invest in rail infra to avert supply delays

Kolkata based Coal India plans to invest in building railway lines and wagons in India in a bid to ensure timely supply of fossil fuel to customers.