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Political delegation from Bavaria in Chengdu

24. October 2019

Transport System Bögl ensures enthusiasm: In mid-October, Karl Freller, 1st Vice President of the Bavarian State Parliament, Marco von Dobschütz-Dietl of the Nuremberg Department of Economic Affairs and Lanrui Zheng, Foreign Representative of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs visited the TSB demonstration track of Max Bögl and Xinzhu in Chengdu, which is still in the commissioning phase. Yonglin Yang, CEO of Chengdu Xinzhu Road and Bridge Machinery Co.Ltd, warmly welcomed the German guests and gave interesting insights into the German-Chinese cooperation.

Afterwards the visitors could get an impression of the TSB demonstration track and the prototype vehicle: Dr. Bing Liu of Max Bögl explained the individual processes to the Bavarian guests, from production in Germany and transport to China to the individual assembly steps directly on the construction site. He also pointed out the numerous advantages of the Transport System Bögl, which are mainly due to the innovative magnetic levitation technology of the vehicle and the flexible routing options of the track. The operation control technology, which autonomously controls the fully automatic operation, as well as the silent levitating of the vehicle in the track, also provided enthusiasm.

The prototype vehicle from Sengenthal, which has already completed more than 83,000 km on the German test track, runs recently on the 3.5 km long demonstration track in Chengdu for partial commissioning. The official commissioning will take place shortly. Until then, the final assembly steps on the track and functional tests for smooth operation will be completed. The Transport System Bögl is already an innovative alternative to conventional urban transport solutions. In cooperation with its partner Xinzhu, the company will focus on further projects in China in the future and set new standards in Chinese local transport with the TSB.

Photo credit: Max Bögl group

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