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Stadler wins MÁV-GySEV train tender as sole bidder

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Swiss rolling-stock maker Stadler has won the tender to supply state-owned railway company MÁV-START and regional railway GySEV with 48 multiple-unit trains, the companies announced on Wednesday. Stadler, which was the sole bidder in the tender, will have 30 days to sign the contract for delivery of 42 multiple units to MÁV-START and six multiple units to GySEV by the stipulated deadline of September 30, 2015.  The companies will use European Union funding to help pay for acquisition of the multiple units.

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