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SOFIA (Bulgaria), August 29 (SeeNews) - Municipally-owned public transport company Stolichen Electrotransport, which serves the Bulgarian capital Sofia, said on Thursday that it has launched a tender for awarding a contract for delivery of 30 new electric buses and 10 charging stations for electric vehicles, worth an estimated 38.4 million levs ($21.8 million/19.6 million euro), VAT excluded.
The contract also envisages carrying out the necessary training of Stolichen Electrotransport staff related to the exploitation and maintenance of the vehicles, the company said in a tender notice.
The deadline for filing bids is October 7.
Offers will be ranked based on price, which has 56% weight in the final mark, and technical criteria.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)