MVM Ovit lands HUF 14 billion contract in Jordan

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MVM Ovit, a unit of the state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM), today announced its winning of a nearly HUF 14 billion contract to build a 185-kilometer power line network in Jordan.

Contracted by Jordan’s National Electric Power Company (NEPCo), MVM Ovit will be constructing two 400-kilovolt power lines as well as provide the concomitant cable and optical cable network installation and management in the capital city of Amman.

In applying for the tender called in March, MVM documentation touted the company’s recent work on like grid projects in Scotland and Germany in 2012 and network reconstruction in the Czech Republic in 2013.

 

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