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RC-CF TRANS takes over MARUB Brașov

02-16-2010 17:45

RC-CF TRANS takes over MARUB Brașov

Private infrastructure manager  RC-CF TRANS will buy MARUB SA Brașov. The transaction, whose final value rises to around EUR 5 Million, includes the payment of MARUB's debts to the state budget and several suppliers, a debt estimated at around EUR 2 Million.
According to reliable sources, the property transfer to the new owner will be completed in 6 months, part of the locations where the company in Brașov is carrying out its activity being almost entirely non-operational.
MARUB SA  (Brașov Rolling Stock) was part of Conex Iași group of companies. The company in Brașov is dealing with rolling stock repair and manufacturing, different mechanic processing works and complex assemblies. Among the projects upgraded by MARUB we can name Series 700 and 900 passengers multiple-units and AM 282 type multiple-unit. RC-CF Trans company is property of businessmen Costel Comana and Iorgu Ganea, who also own the most important Romanian railway private passenger transport operator, Regiotrans. The new MARUB shareholder plans to build modern repair plants to serve Regiotrans' rolling stock fleet, as well as those of other Romanian operators. Future facilities will also include infrastructure installation production lines, such as track machines etc.
RC-CF TRANS is a non-interoperable railway infrastructure manager, the company developing its activity on several infrastructure sectors in the north and centre of the country, such as Blaj-Praid (116 km), Sfântu Gheorghe-Brețcu (66 km) etc.
Regiotrans activates on both short distance and long distance routes, over the last few years the operator launching services on Brașov-Bucharest-Constanța or Brașov-Iași routes.
 
Photo source: www.rccf.ro

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