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KCI’s Plan to Purchase Electric Trains

Monday, February 19, 2024

KCI purchases used trains from China. The price is competitively higher, but the specifications are deemed to be the most suitable.

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Passengers of a commuter train at Kebayoran Station, Jakarta, December 9, 2023. TEMPO/Magang/Joseph . tempo : 172186530616.

SIX sets of electric train cars or KRL 05-105F were sent back from the Depok KRL Depot to the Industri Kereta Api or Inka factory in Jalan Yos Sudarso, Madiun, East Java, on Tuesday night, February 6. Those trains are part of the remaining sets from the first shipment on January 17.

Since the end of last year, Kereta Commuter Indonesia (KCI), or KAI Commuter, has planned to upgrade the technology and features (retrofit) of a number of old K


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Ghoida Rahmah contributed to this report. 

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