Krizevci 2 Turkish Bidders Offer for Hungary Border Railway Line

Turkish firm offers bid for the border line
Turkish firm offers bid for the border line

HŽ Infrastruktura announced that ten companies and consortia have submitted 42.6 million contracts for the modernization of the 297 km-long Krizevci-Koprivnica-Hungary border railway line.

Krizevci - Koprivnica - Hungary border railway line is the largest infrastructure project in Croatia and receives 85 funding from the NF through CEF. In 2016, a grant agreement was signed between INEA and HŽ Infrastruktura, which provided a fund of € 241,35 million.

The tenderers are as follows:
1- Yapi Merkezi Insaat (Turkey) - Kolektor Kolinger (Slovenia) consortium 389.13 million euros (2.87 billion HRK)

2- Comsa (Spain) - Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie consortium 411 million EUR (3 billion HRK)

3- Strabag (Strabag Zagreb) - Strabag do.o. - Stragab Railway - RZD International consortium 404 million Euro (2.98 billion HRK);

4- China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group - China Railway Electrification Engineering Group 383.89 million euros (2.83 billion HRK)

5- Cengiz Insaat Sanayi ve Ticaret (Turkey) 328 million euros (2,42 billion HRK);

6- SA de Obras y Servicios, COPASA (Spain) EUR 414.17 million (3 billion HRK);

7- Rizzani de Eccher (Italy) - consortium SŽ-Železniško gradbeno podjetje Ljubljana (Slovenia) 390.85 million euros (2.88 billion HRK);

8- Sinohydro Corp. - Sinohydro engineering bureau 4 joint. 327 with Euro million (2,41 billion HRK);

9- Avax (Greece) offers 393 million euros (2,9 billion HRK);

10 Div Grupa (Croatia) - TSS GRADE (Slovakia) with EUR 343.74 million (HRK 2.53 billion);

The project, 2. The stage consists of the construction of the line, the reconstruction of the existing railway and the adaptation of the 160 to the trains traveling at km / h. The reconstruction of the existing route will be carried out in a section of 4,3 km between Carevdar station and Lepavina station and the total length of the Križevci - Koprivnica - Hungarian border will be reduced to 42.6 km.

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