Swietelsky wins tender

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A consortium of Swietelsky Vasúttechnika and R-Kord today won a tender called by GYSEV, a regional railway owned by the states of Hungary and Austria, to electrify a line between Szombathely and Zalaszentiván, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.

Swietelsky Vasúttechnika and R-Kord won the tender with a bid of net HUF 13.3 billion, beating Strabag Vasútépítő, Vasútépítők and A-Híd, MTI reported.

Swietelsky Magyarország also won a tender to build a bypass around the city of Solt, central Hungary, with a bid of net HUF 3.8 bln, MTI reported citing the latest issue of the Public Procurement Gazette Magyar Közlöny.

Swietelsky beat Közgép, owned by Lajos Simicska, and the local unit of Strabag as well as consortia of Duna Aszfalt and Soltót, and Dömper, Subterra-Raaba and Pannon-Doprastav, MTI reported.

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