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SOFIA (Bulgaria), July 2 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) said on Tuesday it has signed a four-year contract worth 8 million levs ($4.6 million/ 4.1 million euro), VAT included, with a local tie-up for delivery and installation of road containment systems.
The contractor in the tender for Bulgaria's north-eastern region is a tie-up including the companies A.D. Hold and Patna bezopasnost, RIA said in a statement.
In May, RIA picked another tie-up, comprised of local companies DLV, Putperfect, Putni stroeji - Veliko Tarnovo and Siminvest, to deliver road containment systems for Bulgaria's north-central region.
The tender, which has an estimated value of 40.2 million levs excluding VAT, is divided into six lots, RIA said at the time.
RIA launched the tender in April 2018 and signed contracts for four of the lots in September 2018.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)