Operail sells more assets, ‘nothing to do with Russian business’
After selling its Finnish subsidiary to Nurminen Logistics, Estonian state-owned freight operator Operail proceeded to more asset releases. The company sold 807 wagons that previously belonged to its wagon leasing subsidiary, Operail Leasing. The sale brought 22,1 million euros into the company’s coffers, while the beneficiaries were the Kazakh ATASU Group which bought 410 wagons and the Estonian Skinest Rail, which bought 397 wagons.
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