Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz — Maya Train material continues to arrive, this time, in the way of railway equipment. In a report, PTC Mexico says a total of 4,288 tons of railway equipment arrived at the port of Veracruz.
The load consisted of of eight locomotives, 28 gondolas and accessories, which were imported from Mombasa, Kenya, to equip the Maya Train.
As part of the logistics, the eight locomotives, 28 gondolas, crane equipment, generators and accessories as a whole were sheltered in areas destined for cargo in transit.
The Coatzacoalcos port area has 170,000 square meters for the storage of various cargo, in addition to nine docks for the proper loading and unloading of various cargo.
The cargo arrived on board vessels B / C UNIVISON and B / C UNISEA. The equipment was unloaded in the port of Coatzacoalcos and transferred by land to the Palenque-Escarcega Section 1 of the Maya Train project, which includes the states of Chiapas and Campeche.
The Port of Progreso recently received more than 7.3 tons of ballast material which will also be used to construct the Maya Train.