Turkey will pay 185 million Euros for seven high speed train sets

Turkey will pay 185 million Euros for seven high speed train sets :Turkey will procure seven high speed train sets from Germany at a price of 285 million Euros. These trains will carry passengers between İstanbul and Ankara.

The passenger trains that will serve between İstanbul and Ankara will be procured from Germany. 7 train sets are ordered from the Germany Company Siemens. The first train was delivered in October in 2013 and the others are expected to be delivered in the near future. Siemens company has undertaken infrastructure works for the high speed train lines in Turkey and will be paid 185 million Euros for the Velaro type trains that also are in service in Germany, carrying passengers.

On the other hand, Turkey will need 200 high speed trains in the near future. To meet this demand besides Germany three more countries, Canada, Japan and China are also in competition. German Süddeutsche Zeitung Newspaper has written that, since the infrastructure work in Turkey is undertaken by Siemens, at the beginning the trains manufactured by Siemens will be carrying passengers between İstanbul and Ankara. The high speed trains will cover travel along the 533 km line in 3.5 hours.

Turkey will pay 185 million Euros for seven high speed train sets

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