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Romania: Siemens signs EUR 28 million contracts for modernisation of interlocking systems

Romania: Siemens signs EUR 28 million worth contracts for modernisation of interlocking systems

Romanian  state-owned railway infrastructure manager CFR SA and Siemens have signed two contracts worth EUR 28 million for the modernisation of the electromechanical interlocking installations on Siculeni-Adjud railway line, part of TEN-T comprehensive network.

The value of the first contract (lot 1) is EUR 10 million (including VAT) and includes design and execution of modernisation works for electromechanical interlocking systems on Siculeni-Adjud mainly single electrified line, in five railway stations (Mihăileni, Nădejdea, Livezi Ciuc, Lunca de Sus and  Lunca de Mijloc) in the management of CFR’s Brasov regional subsidiary. 

The value of the second  contract (lot 2)  is EUR 18 million (including VAT) and includes design and execution of modernisation works for electromechanical interlocking systems in seven stations on the same railway line (Ghimeş, Palanca, Simbrea, Goioasa, Asău, Dofteana and Tg. Ocna). 

The project is co-financed by EU’s European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Sectoral Programme –Transport 2007-2013.

Photo: panoramio.com

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