TELT ON TRACK
Presentation of the last tenders for the equipment and maintenance of the international section of the Lyon-Turin railway line
TELT, the binational company in charge of building the international section of the Lyon-Turin railway line, is preparing itself for the last tenders for the technological equipment of the Mont Cenis base tunnel.
This last operational phase of the most recent Alpine railway line – an essential work for the Mediterranean Corridor of the European TEN-T network – is the protagonist of the Roadshow organised by TELT on 20 April in Brussels.
TELT shall give an overview of the technical, economic and legal context of the next calls for bids of a total estimated amount of €3 billion, the high level schedule and measures aimed at ensuring free access to the upcoming opportunities and fair competition.
During this full day dedicated to international companies in the sector, there will also be thematic workshops on working methods, characteristics and requirements associated with this major European infrastructure.
The following pieces of information are solely for general information purposes and companies, candidates or bidders shall solely rely on the information, specifications or requirements contained in the specific tender notices, tender documents or applicable laws and regulations for the purpose of the coming tender procedures. TELT shall not be held liable in the event of interpretation or misinterpretation, use or misuse of or reliance on the general information provided.
Two sessions are planned: a plenary session from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and two thematic workshops from 2 pm to 4.30 pm, dedicated exclusively to the railway professionals.
Registration is mandatory. You can submit your request from 13 March by filling in the dedicated form. After a few days, you will receive a reply from TELT and all the details of the event.
You can participate remotely or in person. Please note that in person seats are limited and companies are encouraged to restrict participation requests to professionals trained in topics such as design, development, planning, monitoring, and testing of railway systems.
Simultaneous interpreting in English, French and Italian will be available.
During the afternoon workshops, a platform will be made available to all participants, both connected remotely and physically present at the venue, to ask questions, which TELT will answer live* and in writing after the end of the event.
* The answers given during the workshops are not contractually binding.
20 April 2023
From 9 am to 4 pm
Train World Brussels
Pl. Princesse Elisabeth 5
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