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T betting on untried firm to build fleet

Korean outfit has scant US presence

HIGH MARKS Daniel A. Grabauskas, T general manager, said the MBTA is more than satisfied with the Rotem's diligence to this point. HIGH MARKS Daniel A. Grabauskas, T general manager, said the MBTA is more than satisfied with the Rotem's diligence to this point.
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / October 13, 2008

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The MBTA, which has a history of long delays in its rail car purchases, is relying on a South Korean company that has never built a passenger rail car in the continental United States for a vital set of train coaches needed to upgrade its aging fleet. (Full article: 1138 words)

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