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Slovakia's ZOS Vrutky eyes Serbia's Zelvoz, deal with Zeleznice Srbije - Serbian railway operator

BELGRADE (Serbia), March 13 (SeeNews) - Serbian state-owned railway operator Zeleznice Srbije said Slovak rolling stock maker ZOS Vrutky is interested in acquiring state-owned Serbian peer Zelvoz, which is currently undergoing restructuring.

ZOS Vrutky is also interested in manufacturing 25 carriages for the needs of the Serbian railways, Zeleznice Srbije said in a statement published on its website on Tuesday.

The Slovak company is ready to provide a credit line for the carriages, it added.

ZOS Vrutky would also like to participate in the overhaul of the rolling stock of the Serbian railway operator.


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