On 24 June 2022, locomotive 2TE25KM-0586 built by BMZ was put in service at the Bachatsky surface mine of Kuzbassrazrezugol.
As part of the approval of the PKP CARGO’s Class ET43 for operation in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, test runs with ET43-001 were carried out this April on the Czech public network after previous tests on the VUZ Velim test centre (from late 2020). After that, Dragon returned to Velim again and then headed to Slovakia in early June.
Another freight train shuttle service is now starting between the North of Sweden and the Göteborg Port.
The number of people fleeing Ukraine has risen steadily since the outbreak of the war, with a proportionate increase in the number of train journeys made by refugees.
On 25 May 2022, two Class TEM23 shunters produced by BMZ left Bryansk for acceptance and certification tests to VNIKTI .
One of those trains, whose departure from China to Europe via the Caspian and Black Seas was accompanied by media attention, arrived at the destination station, this time in a complete silence.
The global logistics system still pressured and continues to be affected by disruptions.