Multi Country - Procurement and deployment strategy

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An open competition is being held for the Rail Baltica control-command and signalling (CCS) subsystems procurement and deployment strategy.

Details

Opportunity closing date
16 July 2019
Opportunity publication date
12 June 2019
Opportunity type
Public Sector
Industry
Railways
Enquiries received
0
Value of contract
£100k-1m
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Description

You must be eligible to take part in the open competition for the procurement and deployment strategy.

The strategy is needed to introduce state of the art control-command signalling solutions for the Rail Baltica project.

The project seeks to connect five European Union countries:

- Poland
- Lithuania
- Latvia
- Estonia
- Finland

The study will have to cover the Rail Baltica Global project. The delivery of the study will take place in Latvia.

Technical specifications can be provided on request by the Department for International Trade teams in the Baltic States.

Opportunity closing date
16 July 2019
Value of contract
£100k-1m
The buyer is happy to talk to
manufacturers, consultants

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Express your interest to the Department for International Trade team in Lithuania.

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