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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

Mitsubishi bids for Metro Line 4 train tender

Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi has submitted a EGP 300 mn bid for a tender to supply 23 metro train carriages for the first stage of Metro Line 4, the company’s country deputy director Hany El Leithy told Al Shorouk. The company has handed over the technical proposal, which will be reviewed next month. Mitsubishi is also working with Orascom Construction on the construction of the line, which is expected to begin this month. The government last month handed over to contractors the sites for the line, the first phase of which will include 17 stations and run for 18 km between Fustat and the outskirts of Sixth of October City.

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