BEML showcases products at IREE-2017

BEML is the only Indian company which manufactures metro cars

GN Bureau | October 13, 2017


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 Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), a defence PSU, has showcased its various rail and metro products at International Railway Equipment Exhibition-2017 held at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. IREE is India’s largest international event for the railway sector.

BEML is India’s first rail coach manufacturing company. Rail products manufactured by BEML for Indian Railways include overhead inspection cars, postal vans, AC/DC electric multiple units (EMU), stainless steel EMUs, utility vehicle, track laying equipment board gauge rail bus, treasury vans and spoil disposal unit. 
 
The enterprise is the only Indian company manufacturing metro cars and holds the market share of about 50 percent in metro segment, competing with global players. It is the sole supplier to Bangalore and Jaipur Metro Corporations. BEML has bagged orders for supply of metro cars to Kolkata metro, Intermediate Cars to Bangalore Metro and EMUs for Indian Railways.
 

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