State-owned Hungarian railway company MÁV reissued a tender to supply and maintain its fleet of 350 passenger and 615 light-commercial vehicles for a period of five years with a possible one-year extension, the business daily Napi Gazdaság reported on Wednesday.
Hungary's Public Procurement Arbitration Board in April fined MÁV HUF 45 million for unilaterally extending the contract of the company currently providing maintenance for its vehicle fleet, LeasePlan Hungaria, after MÁV in February annulled a previous tender to supply and maintain its vehicle fleet because all of the bids exceeded the estimated HUF 800 million value of the contract.
The deadline for submission of a letter of intent to participate in the current tender is November 29, while that for submission of bids will be in late December.
MÁV will award the contract to the lowest bidder. (MTI Econews)