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Rail vehicle sails to Malaysia

January 18 - Allfort has shipped a track tamping machine from Yokohama port, Japan to Port Klang, Malaysia.

The multiple tie tamper, which is used in railway construction, had a volume of 179 cu m and weighed 55 tons (49.9 tonnes).

A floating crane lifted the cargo onto a breakbulk vessel at Yokohama port, before the load was transported to Port Kelang, Malaysia.

Allfort is the Japanese member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC)

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