TMX delivered and HFHJ Mx 17 as new item

This week we have received our TMX locos and dispatched them to the dealers.

The locos have been so popular that the VIDA is fully sold out, but we still have a limited quantity of Tågkraft in blue and orange available.

We are already now planning a rerun for delivery in Q4 2021 / Q1 2022 – so you can still order at your Dekas dealers.

New item: HFHJ MX 17

Together with the TMX we have produced a Danish private railway version in limited quantity – HFHJ MX 17.

This particular loco is interesting because after it was taken over by HFHJ and painted in their livery it was rented out to DSB. During the lease time it was mainly pulling the Danlink freight trains, often in double traction with DSB MX or Mz IV.

The HFHJ Mx 17 will only be available in LokSound versions:
DK-8750113     HFHJ MX 17 AC med LokSound                         
DK-8750114     HFHJ MX 17 DC med LokSound

These locos are in stock and ready for delivery.

New tank cars

Next week a new series of our tank cars will be released. The new versions have been announced in our catalogue and are:
DK-871019 Shell in epo IV
DK-871024 Dansk Sojakage A/S in epo III
DK-871025 DS (round logo) in epo IV
DK-871026 DS (squared logo) in epo IV

Together with the new items we will get a rerun of the previously released B. Ringsted tank cars, both in yellow (Epo III) and in grey (Epo IV), which where sold out fast.
DK-871007 B Ringsted i epo III
DK-871018 B Ringsted i epo IV

LJ PF and Accessories

Roughly a week ago we introduced our latest – and in this run last – private railway version of the PF cars. This time it is from Lollandsbanen. See the two cars now on our website.

Under products a new subcategory has been added – Accessories, which contains a full list of our parts for the modeller. We have decided that the range of lostwax brass parts will not be expanded, but we will add
some component from our current models, such as the sprung buffers (DK-991010).

Happy New Year

2020 is drawing to a close and what a year it turned out to be.

Looking back at what I wrote last new year, I was apparently anticipating challenges – and I have to say there were plenty of those in 2020. The whole world as well as Dekas has been dominated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

But in spite of all the challenges we’ve had: no physical meetings (no visits to the factory either), shipping taking 1½ week instead of two days, rising shipping costs and not least the various delays incurred, the year has also offered us rising turnover and greater prosperity. We have in 2020 experienced greater and more stable demand – both with regard to our own products as well as OEM production. That helps a lot and we are very grateful. Thank you! We promise to continue in this vein.

It was also a year where we sought to integrate railway history with our model production. We have established close working ties with Ulrik Tarp Jensen who writes a short historical overview to accompany every new wagon issue. I hope and trust you will find this of value.

How about the future? Moving into 2021 we can reveal that new models are on the way – both the already announced, like DSB ZA 99515-20, but also other “secret” projects which will be announced during the year. In late summer we plan to publish a new product catalogue where some of the secret projects will be announced. Some new products have already received test shoots. If financial forecasts hold then we should also be able to announce a new passenger coach series – it is currently being drawn. But all of this depends on sales demand – so we are hoping for your continued support.

I hope 2021 will be a good year for the model train business in general, and that we all will be able to regain normality. I wish you all


Kasper Bang Jensen, owner 

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