Temir Zholy sells off three rail subsidiaries

Temir Zholy, Kazakhstan’s state-run railway enterprise, has sold off three subsidiary operations for  a total of  KZT2.6bn, although a further four remain unsold.  The divested subsidiaries  are Kazykurt-South Service and MAK-Yekibastuz, both of which customise railway carriages for the transportation of petroleum products, while MAK-Yekibastuz repairs diesel and electric trains. Astana Times