On 1 April, shortly after 1 p.m., the complete train consisting of the CD Cargo Falls wagons loaded with coal for the local power plant, stopped at the Werndorf station in Styria.
At the head of this train was a pair of CD Cargo Vectrons - 383.001 and 008, which was assisted in part of the route by the banking engine 383.002. Coal trains should travel from Ostrava to Werndorf several times a week.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/power/02042019/cd-cargo-takes-over-supply-of-werndorf-power-plant/
In this webinar, OSIsoft will highlight some aspects of a successful digital transformation journey and discuss the top priorities that mining executives are looking for. They will also see how mining companies around the world benefit from real-time operational data to improve their safety results & their asset reliability and to optimise their operations. Register for free today »
The Queensland Resources Council will join the Premier’s Queensland Industry Recovery Alliance today to work with the government to maximise the resource sector’s role in the State’s COVID-19 recovery.