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Again, a black Taurus for MRCE

After the lease ended, on behalf of MRCE, we also unwrapped locomotive 182-524 from its Wiener Lokalbahn mockery and dressed the factory black Taurus in the original MRCE design.

TX-Logistik Vectron

In its "place of birth", in Munich-Allach, at the SIEMENS factory, we wrapped the 0km ELL-Vectron to the order and design of TX-Logistik. Number: 193-252.

Art of Rail

The "Art of Rail" design was planned on behalf of and in cooperation with MRCE to replace an earlier, badly damaged SIEMENS sticker and stuck to an F4 (189-150) in Nuremberg.

German-Hungarian Friendship

The graphic was created on the occasion of the "Year of German-Hungarian Friendship" announced by the Government of Hungary, and was placed on MÁV's Taurus 003 and MRCE's number 182-521 locomotive of the same type.

German reunification

This graphic was created on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the demolition of the Berlin Wall and German reunification. These historical events are closely related to the Pan-European Picnic, perhaps it is no coincidence that two locomotive decorations were made from this, although this time not for the locomotives of two nations, but for two locomotives operating in Germany, but of different types: the 182-509 Taurus and the 193-876 Vectron. The latter was presented at the transport&logistic 2015 fair in Munich.


We applied the previously planned GYSEV CARGO company design to the Vectrons, and between December 2015 and February 2016, we also wrapped the three locomotives rented from ELL. Numbers in chronological order: 193-245, 193-235, 193-246.

Franz Joseph and 3 more locomotives for CargoServ

On behalf of MRCE's tenant, CargoServ, we wrapped the Ferenc József locomotive (182-523) and 3 more Tauruses (182-580, 182-581, 182-582) with the Austrian company's own design. We removed the 7-8-year-old wrapping from all four locomotives in advance.


We designed the decoration for locomotive 182-570 rented from MRCE on behalf of GYSEV's freight subsidiary. Masayosi Hosoya, European representative of the Japanese owner, and Michael Gramlich, executive responsible for European sales, were present at the handover ceremony.

Connecting Europe

MRCE's first wrapped locomotive was completed in Munich, and it was seen by the public for the first time at INNOTRANS in Berlin. Number: 193-875.

Europe without borders

Pan-European Picnic commemorative locomotives

MRCE (Mitsui Rail Capital Europe) GmbH's Taurus with number ES 64 U2-009 has been running since June 30, 2014 with a new locomotive decoration made on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Pan-European Picnic in Austria and primarily in Germany (currently between Berlin and Hamburg).

GYSEV's 470 505 (former Széchenyi) locomotive of the same type was presented to the public on August 18, 2014, and since then it has been performing traction tasks in Hungary and Austria.