Germany - railway passenger car

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Provided by Open Opps
Opportunity closing date
31 January 2020
Opportunity publication date
13 November 2019
34622200: Railway passenger coaches
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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By awarding the SH-XMU contract, the state of Schleswig-Holstein has put out to tender traction units with alternative drive technologies, which are to be used primarily on non-electrified lines in the eastern and northern railway networks in Schleswig-Holstein. The contract for this award was awarded on 1.7.2019 to Stadler Pankow GmbH for a battery electric traction unit. The multiple units are to be developed, manufactured and maintained by the manufacturer over the long term. In order to overcome any initial difficulties with the new drive technology and to facilitate a smooth introduction of the new multiple units, a pre-series of 5 multiple units is to be delivered from November 2022. The remaining multiple units are to be commissioned successively from May 2023. In order to make this successive commissioning possible and to replace delivery delays or failures of the battery electric multiple units, the provision of diesel multiple units is necessary. The present award therefore concerns the provision of 22 diesel multiple units in the timetable years 2023 and 2024. The provision also includes the maintenance of the multiple units. In addition to the multiple units to be provided, the provider shall provide the multiple units required for maintenance.

Opportunity closing date
31 January 2020
Value of contract
to be confirmed

About the buyer

Land Schleswig-Holstein, Ministerium f├╝r Wirtschaft, Verkehr, Arbeit, Technologie und Tourismus, vertreten durch die Nahverkehrsverbund Schleswig-Holstein GmbH (NAH.SH GmbH) Raiffeisenstra├če 1 Kiel 24103 Germany

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