In a major feat for the Integral Coach Factory (ICF), the 60,000th coach – a self propelled inspection car – was rolled out here at its premise on 21 May in the presence of Member (Rolling Stock), Railway Board Rajesh Agrawal. Continue Reading
According to data shared by senior ICF officials, as of the financial year 2018-19, about 2,919 coaches were manufactured when compared to 2,085 coaches and 1,976 coaches manufactured during the same period in 2018 and 2017 respectively.
Rahul Jain has taken over charge as General Manager of Integral Coach Factory (ICF) from today. Continue Reading
Sudhanshu Mani, the retired General Manager of Integral Coach Factory, has come in for all-round praise for his accomplishments in the field, especially for leading the team in creating India’s high-speed modern train, Train-18. But there is more to the man than just speed and technology. Continue Reading
Following the retirement of ICF General Manager Sudhanshu Mani on 31 December 2018, South Western Railway General Manager Ajay Kumar Singh took the additional charge as the new ICF General Manager from 1 January.
According to a report, the AC EMU train has 12 cars. It is equipped with under slung propulsion system. Its alternative coaches are motorised, while each coach uses a new generation bogies. Continue Reading
The Integral Coach Factory (ICF) today rolled out Indian Railways’ first ever Self Propelled Inspection Car (SPIC) from ICF Furnishing Division by a senior ICF employee in the presence of other officials. Continue Reading
The Integral Coach Factory (ICF) today rolled out a newly designed Mainline Electrical Multiple Unit (MEMU). These trains are used across the Indian Railways to carry passengers within a city.
The indigenously-built Train 18 will complete its trial run in two months, sources from the ICF revealed. Continue Reading