Transnet engineeringTransnet engineering is the backbone of South Africa’s railway industry.

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Transnet engineering, an operating division of Transnet SOC Ltd, is the backbone of South Africa’s railway industry with eight product-focused businesses, 150 depots, seven factories and 15, 000 employees countrywide. The organization is dedicated to in-service maintenance, repair, upgrade, conversion and manufacture of freight wagons, mainline and suburban coaches, diesel and electric locomotives as well as wheels, rotating machines, rolling stock equipment, castings auxiliary equipment and services.

 

A Solid History

With origins dating back more than a century to the mechanical engineering department of the former South African Railways and Harbours, this engineering organization has actively supported railways on the in the expansion of the country’s economy and over the decades has developed some of the most innovative bogies and wagons ever built for 1067mm track. Through the years, Transnet engineering has become the key supplier of customised rolling stock for the coal, iron-ore, intermodal, agricultural, fuel and cement industries.

 

African Soul – Global Perspective

While focus is mainly on the South African market, investment in research and development to service the specific requirements of Africa and the rest of the world has led to an ever-expanding range of rolling stock products and a comprehensive list of satisfied customers, further enhancing the organisation’s international reputation. The proximity of the coastal plants to major ports facilitates the movement of products to and from overseas markets.

 

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Transnet engineering
Head Office

postal Physical Address
160,Lynnette Street
Kilner Park
Pretoria

 
Postal Address
P O Box 15912
Lynneast
Pretoria
0039

 
telephone Communications and Media
Tel: +27 12 391 1387
Fax:+27 12 391 1342

 

 

Transnet engineering is dedicated to

  • In-service maintenance
  • Repair
  • Upgrade
  • Conversion
  • Manufacture

 

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