Box girders erection on sections of Indonesia’s Jakarta-Bandung high-speed rail completed

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The erection of all 343 box girders in the Bandung direction of Indonesia’s Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway (HSR) was completed on May 25, a week ahead of schedule, marking another major progress in the construction of the HSR. #Indonesia #China

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