Wagons produced by TÜVASAŞ 1 on tracks in Bulgaria in May
Turkey Wagon Industry Corporation (TÜVASAŞ) produced by 30 luxury sleeping cars Bulgaria State Railways (BDJ) were delivered.
Bulgarian Transport, Information, Technology and Communication Minister Kristiyan Krievev inspected wagons awaiting standardization certification to begin regular flights with his accompanying experts.
Minister Krievev said that the certificate of use of wagons is expected to be released by the end of the month and that 1 is expected to enter service from May.
TÜVASAŞ General Manager Erol Inal, AA correspondent, said in a statement signed with 2008 in Bulgaria and was pleased to fulfill the contract, said: "Our wagons meet all European standards," he said.
TÜVASAŞ Marketing Department President Erdal Aba also delivered to Bulgaria wagons with the latest technology and the highest quality materials, he said. Bulgaria has delivered a total of 5 wagons that can be used by persons with disabilities, Aba said, meeting the European norms known as "Technical Conditions for International Communication".
It was learned that the total cost of the wagons was 32 million 205 thousand euros.