Tanzania Calls for Bidders to Help Construct the Remaining Stretch of the $7.6 billion Standard Gauge Railway

By: | February 17th, 2017

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Tanzania has started inviting bidders for the construction of the remaining stretch of the $7.6 billion standard gauge railway line from Morogoro to Mwanza.

The bidder is expected to build the remaining stretch of the railway line that will link Dar es Salaam port with landlocked neighboring countries Rwanda, Burundi, and the Eastern part of the DRC.

With projects like these, it’s no wonder why East Africa is the fastest growing region on the continent.
To meet the demands and world-class standards of these East African projects, regional government ministries and rail operators are looking to meet experts in the following fields:

  • Engineering and construction
  • Rolling stock & Components
  • Signaling, telecommunications & IT
  • Enterprise & Asset management systems
  • Equipment and maintenance services
  • Track and station infrastructure
  • Ticketing systems
  • Legal and financial services
  • Tunneling and construction

East Africa Rail, in Partnership with Rift Valley Railways, will bring together regional transport operators and contractors from East Africa and neighboring countries.

Do you want to showcase your pioneering products? Can you meet the challenges of these demanding projects? Do you want to win a share of the business? Then you need to be Sponsoring or Exhibiting in East Africa Rail 2017.

For sponsorship opportunities, Download the exhibitor brochure to get involved!

Michael Cooney

Michael Cooney, the founder of EngNet, worked as a project engineer for many years sourcing equipment. His passion and experience in the industry led to creating EngNet to connect engineers and industry suppliers. You can also find Michael on .

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