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Three consortia have been shortlisted by Indian Railways for a public-private partnership contract to build a factory to supply around 5 000 electric multiple-unit cars over 12 years and to maintain them for 13 years.
According to local reports, the shortlisted bidders are:
Final bids are due to be opened in December. The government would own a 26% stake in the joint venture, which would produce the steel-bodied EMUs at a factory which would be built at Kanchrapara near Kolkata in West Bengal under the national Make in India programme.
The procurement of modern multiple-units follows similar deals announced in November 2015 which will see GE Transportation and Alstom supply and maintain diesel and electric locomotives.
This article first appeared on www.railwaygazette.com
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