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BELGRADE (Serbia), March 8 (SeeNews) - GSP, the public transport company of Serbia’s capital Belgrade, said it has opened a second tender for the delivery of buses after the first one it launched earlier this week.
The 35 million euro ($39.3 million) tender is for the delivery of 170 buses of the same brand and type, solo and low-floor, with a warranty of at least three years, GSP said in a procurement notice.
Earlier this week, GSP launched a tender for the supply of 70 buses through financial leasing.
The estimated cost of the 70 buses is 10 million euro, deputy mayor Goran Vesic was quoted as saying in a press release issued by the Belgrade city government on Thursday.
"In 2020 and 2021, we will provide an additional 65 million euro financing for the purchase of new buses running on diesel and gas, and trams," Vesic said.
The deadline for submitting offers in both tenders is April 12.
($ = 0.891476 euro)