Chinese locomotive maker keeps up production in Malaysia despite coronavirus outbreak

KUALA LUMPUR (Xinhua/ANN): On a day at around 10pm in May, a train left the Rolling Stock Centre of Chinese rail transit equipment manufacturer CRRC in Batu Gajah of Malaysia's Perak state for testing.

Onboard the train manufactured for Malaysia's Electric Train Service (ETS) was Wang Xinyu, 34, from CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Co Ltd. (CRRC ZELC). He was assigned to CRRC's rolling stock centre in Malaysia in February 2019, to lead the after-sale service team of the ETS2 Project. During the testing, Wang constantly monitored and checked the status of the train under different speed.

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