Shumani Madanda takes charge of Bombela Maintenance Co (Alstom) in South Africa
Bombela Maintenance Company (BMC), majority-owned by the French group Alstom, is responsible for maintaining the Gautrain, the Gauteng regional express train network linking Johannesburg, Pretoria and OR Tambo Airport.
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▪ Shumani Madanda takes charge of Bombela Maintenance Co (Alstom) in South Africa
▪ Bombela Maintenance Company (BMC), majority-owned by the French group Alstom, is responsible for maintaining the Gautrain, the Gauteng regional express train network linking Johannesburg, Pretoria and OR Tambo Airport.
Shumani Madanda, previously the company’s chief engineer, will be responsible for the company’s strategy and operations and exploring growth opportunities, particularly in smart and green mobility.
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