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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 23.10.2017, 05:20

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RB RAIL switches to electronic procurement system

RB RAIL switches to electronic procurement system

20.10.2017

Due to changes in the Latvian Public Procurement law, all Rail Baltica tender applications administered by RB RAIL AS onwards will be processed using free of charge electronic information system and its sub-system e-tender. The Electronic Procurement System (EPS) is currently an alternative to previous application and proposal submission system in Latvia that will completely replace the previous system of paper proposal submission, informed BC communications and government affairs manager Ilze Rassa.

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LDz: Lithuania's rhetoric on Renge railroad section understandable

LDz: Lithuania's rhetoric on Renge railroad section understandable

19.10.2017

Lithuania’s rhetoric that Latvijas Dzelzcels (LDz, Latvian Railways) rail company has no reasons to claim compensations for the dismantling of the Mazeikai-Renge railroad section is quite understandable, given Lithuanian media reports that the fines would have to be paid with taxpayers’ money, LDz representative Maris Ozols told LETA.

Estonia to make payment of EUR 1.7 mln to Rail Baltic joint venture

Estonia to make payment of EUR 1.7 mln to Rail Baltic joint venture

19.10.2017

On October 19th, the Estonian government supported making a down payment of 1.7 million euros to the Estonian enterprise OU Rail Baltic of the Rail Baltic joint venture RB Rail AS to cover its operating costs, informs LETA/BNS.


Lithuanian Railways to rebuild Renge tracks

Lithuanian Railways to rebuild Renge tracks

18.10.2017

Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LG) should shortly start rebuilding the 19-km railway stretch from Mazeikiai, northern Lithuania, to the Latvian city of Renge dismantled nearly a decade ago, a move that recently resulted in an EC fine of nearly 28 million euros against the state-run company, informs LETA/BNS.

LDz: Europe's railroads close to overloaded make it easier for Latvia to attract Chinese freights

LDz: Europe's railroads close to overloaded make it easier for Latvia to attract Chinese freights

17.10.2017

The amount of container freight flows between Europe and Asia has been doubling annually, while the capacity of the infrastructure has remained almost unchanged, therefore, if the railroad industry successfully cooperates with ports and maritime transport companies, Latvia may become a preferred choice for clients, Latvijas Dzelzcels railroad company's CEO Edvins Berzins told LETA.


16.10.2017

EVR Cargo negotiating with Italy's port of Trieste

The Estonian state-owned rail cargo operator EVR Cargo is in negotiations with the operator of the port of Trieste along the Adriatic Sea in Italy and the company is to also develop a North-South route to Odessa along the Black Sea, informs LETA/BNS.

16.10.2017

Government grants Lithuanian Railways EUR 36 mln for passenger transport losses

Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LG), which were recently slammed a fine of nearly 28 million euros from the European Commission (EC) for competition offense, should next year receive close to 36 million euros in compensation for passenger transport losses, informs LETA/BNS.

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