Three win Hungary’s MAVIR power line tender
Omexom Magyarország, EKS Service and MVM OVIT have won a power line tender called by transmission system operator MAVIR with a bid of HUF 14.2 billion ($52.3 million), the latest issue of the Public Procurement Gazette shows.
Omexom is an international brand of Vinci Energies Group. It is owned by Germany’s Hochspannung Leitungsbau. EKS Service is a joint venture of Germany’s ENACO Energieanlagen- und Kommunicationstechnik and the state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM). MVM is also the owner of MVM OVIT and it also owns MAVIR, the company inviting the tender.
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