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SOFIA (Bulgaria), October 25 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's sole nuclear power plant (NPP) Kozloduy said on Friday that it has signed a 2.1 million levs ($1.2 million/1.1 million levs) deal for the upgrade of exising systems at the plant with a tie-up comprising Bulgaria's Spartak-B and Ukraine's Impulse.
The deal was signed on October 8, the state-owned power plant said in a notice.
The project envisages the modernisation of the systems for technical diagnostics of the plant's main circulation pumps.The Impuls-Spartak-B tie-up will be responsible for the project design, delivery and installation of equipment.
The contractor submitted the sole offer in the public procurement procedure launched in January.
Severdonetsk-based Impuls is mainly active in the design, manufacture, supply, commissioning, support at operation of instrumentation and control systems (I&C systems) for nuclear and heat power engineering facilities, railway transport, and other industries, according to information published on its website.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)