LAHORE, Pakistan, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Muhammad Naeem was busy checking brand new train coaches with Chinese engineer Lei Song in Pakistan's east Lahore province on a chilly winter evening, ahead of their formal induction in Pakistan Railways for commercial use.
The coaches imported from China were recently parked at Lahore after completing their trial run during which they not only impressed the officials who saw them for the first time, but also Naeem and his colleagues who visited China in September last year to receive training about the coaches' maintenance.
"The coaches can run at the speed limit of 160 km per hour, and are specially designed to provide very comfortable travel to passengers," the 55-year-old Head Train Examiner of Washing Line in Pakistan Railways told Xinhua, adding that he will do his best to ensure safety and maintain the standard of the coaches, together with Chinese engineers who came to Lahore to work with them.
Many functions of the coaches are new to Pakistani engineers and technicians, so they were trained to learn more about them in China and will be further trained while working together with their Chinese peers in Pakistan.
"The coaches have a lot of advanced functions, including the passenger information system, air cushion shock absorber, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and an energy-saving light system that my Pakistani counterparts think is very advanced and have never used before, so our job is to provide training services regarding repairs...
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