Three most modern Stadler trains will arrive in Serbia by the end of the year

On April 8, Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Tomislav Momirovich and Sales Director for Central and Eastern Europe of Stadler Zeljko Davidovich signed a contract for the supply of three electric trains, infroms railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to JSC Serbian Railways

Three most modern Stadler trains will arrive in Serbia by the end of the year
Picture: JSC Serbian Railways

The signing of the agreement was also attended by the Ambassador of Switzerland to Serbia Urs Schmid, Assistant Minister of Railway Transport Anita Dimoski and Executive Director of Serbia Train Zoran Puzovic.

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“Today, for the first time in its history, Serbia has purchased trains with a speed of up to 200 kilometers per hour, which are intended for passenger traffic on the high-speed Belgrade-Novi Sad-Subotica line,” Minister Momirovic said during the signing. He noted that the procurement was carried out in an open manner in accordance with the Law on Public Procurement and other regulations of Serbia.

“The only bidder that submitted the bid was the renowned Swiss manufacturer Stadler at a price of 62 197 200 euros including VAT,” Momirovic said, adding that these are three modern double-deck electric trains. exceptional comfort, marked with the Stadler JIŠ 200 label.

Momirovich explained that “in accordance with the standard contract from the tender documents, which the tenderer agreed with, the required delivery date for the first train is October 31 this year, and the second and third – December 31”.


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