Giant tender for the Ankara Metro!

324 subway vehicle purchase tender to be used in the subway of Ankara, the lowest bid 391 million 230 thousand dollars gave CSR Electric Locomotive.

Following the transfer of the Ankara subways, which have a total length of 44 kilometers to the private sector, the train sets were auctioned.

The lowest bid in the tender held in Ankara for the purchase of a total of 324 train sets is CSR Electric Locomotive Co., with 391 million 230 thousand dollars. Ltd. He gave. 3 companies, CSR Electric Locomotive (China), CAF SA (Spain), Hyundai Rotem (Korea) made a bid for the tender headed by the commission of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Deputy General Manager of Infrastructure Investments Ahmet Kuşanoğlu. Siemens company sent a thank you letter.

After examining the documents of the firms, the offer envelopes were opened. In the tender, the 391 million 230 thousand dollars with the lowest bid of the Chinese company CSR Electric Locomotive, while the Spanish firm CAF made the offer over the Euro. CAF offers 321 million 829 thousand 20 Euro for the construction of vehicles, while Korean company Hyundai Rotem has offered 511 million 140 thousand 244 dollars. After reviewing the tenders, the tender commission will give the job to the company that offers the lowest bid. The company that undertakes the work, 20 month after signing the contract will start the first delivery of parties for 15 vehicles. All vehicles will be delivered within 39 months.


In the first 75 of the metro vehicles, at least 30 domestic contribution is foreseen, while in the remaining part the domestic contribution rate will be 51. The first delivery time of the vehicles will reach the completion of the construction work of the Kizilay-Cayyolu and Sincan-Batikent subway lines.


Metin Tahan, Deputy Director General of Infrastructure Investments, said in a statement, the Ankara metros at the end of the year 2013 said they aim to operate.

Source: Haber A


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