Congolese SCTP to purchase railway rolling stock

Congolese SCTP to purchase railway rolling stock

The financing will be done within the Emergency and Modernisation Plan framework of the public railway and river logistics company. The State is more than $200 million in arrears.

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            ▪ Congolese SCTP to purchase railway rolling stock

▪ The financing will be done within the Emergency and Modernisation Plan framework of the public railway and river logistics company. The State is more than $200 million in arrears.

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Thirty container wagons and 12 box wagons, representing a market value of several million dollars for this type of equipment, is the purchase programme that the Société Commerciale des Transports et des Ports (SCTP) intends to carry out this spring in DR Congo. The state-owned company (formerly Onatra), which operates public river and rail transport in the west of the country (Central Kongo province), has just launched a call for tenders without pre-qualification. The programme was approved by the Autorité de Régulation des Marchés Publics (ARMP).

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