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Title: Tülomsaş  
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Subject: Turkish State Railways, Eskişehir Central railway station, Eskişehir, Automotive industry in Turkey, Rail transport in Turkey
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Type Anonim şirket[1]
Industry Rail transport
Founded Eskişehir, Turkey (1894 (1894))
Headquarters Eskişehir, Turkey
Area served Turkey
Key people Hayri Avcı
Services Locomotive and Wagon construction
Revenue 150,000,000
Employees 1,559

TÜLOMSAŞ (Türkiye Lokomotif ve Motor Sanayi Anonim Şirketi) is a locomotive and wagon builder in Turkey. It is the main locomotive supplier of the Turkish State Railways and is one of the 2 companies that designs and assembles locomotives in Turkey along with EUROTEM. TÜLOMSAŞ is the largest company in Turkey in rail transport. The company headquarters and factory are located in Eskişehir.[1]

The company builds GE PowerHaul locomotives under a partnership with GE Transportation.[2]

See also


  1. ^ a b "TÜLOMSAŞ Hakkında" (in Turkish). Retrieved 14 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Turkish PowerHaul order confirmed".  
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