Dmitry Losev, Deputy CEO for Technological Development at Research and Production Corporation “United Wagon Company” (RPC UWC) has participated in the meeting organized by the Central Directorate of Infrastructure at "Russian Railways”. The agenda included the operating and financial results of the network rolling stock department as of HI 2014.
The meeting was held on 7-8 August in Saratov at the premises of Privolzhsk Directorate of Infrastructure. Within the framework of the meeting, Dmitry Losev delivered a speech about the RPC UWC manufacturing of freight railcars with increased axle load.
Mr. Losev has presented the current RPC UWC’s production programme, in particular, elaborated on rolling stock types, produced by Tikhvin Freight Car Building Plant (TVSZ, managed by RCP UWC), and specified the manufacturing partners, development plan of the RPC “United Wagon Company”’s fleet. Dmitry Losev accorded special priority to the issues on growth of the maintenance network of the freight cars equipped with innovative bogies 18-9810 and 18-9855. According to him, the key objective is a mass training of railcar inspectors and operating depot employees. In order to achieve this goal RPC UWC has prepared the special training programme on service maintenance technology for the new generation cars. During the speech, sets of the interactive electronic technical manuals “Freight car bogie model 18-9855” developed as a part of the training programme were delivered were to the rolling stock managers for each operating depot at the network. The illustrative presentation of this technical manual was made as well.
“We are grateful to the Central Directorate of Infrastructure at "Russian Railways” for invitation to participate in the meeting of infrastructure directorate heads. The practice of holding the meetings of RZD representatives and private companies is one of the effective working way to exchange opinions and to find solution for many industry issues”, said Dmitry Losev, Deputy CEO for Technological Development at RPC “United Wagon Company”.