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Turkish company set to build power transmission lines in Turkmenistan
16:15, 09 July 2014, 879

AKIPRESS.COM - power supplies The Ministry of Rail Transportation of Turkmenistan was allowed to sign a contract with Turkey's Net Yapi ve Ticaret Mühendislik Mimarlik Müşavirlik Limited Şirketi for construction of power transmission lines along the Bereket-Etrek railway, AzerNews says.

The relevant document was signed by the President in order to continue development of the domestic railway transportation industry, bringing the Gizilgaya-Bereket-Etrek railroad in line with the international standards.

Thus, the project involves construction of 110-kW power transmission lines, transformer stations, purchase of equipment for system of warning and communications, projection and conduction of construction and installation work as well as design and construction of equipped service-technical facilities on provision of communication and electricity supply to the Bereket station.

The facilities are expected to be commissioned in October 2015.

This project is implemented in the framework of the agreement on construction of the North-South railway signed by Turkmenistan, Iran and Kazakhstan in 2007. The railways on the Kazakhstan-Turkmenistan border were linked in May 2013. Currently, the work proceeds on the Iranian side.


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