ACS wins eight-year Auckland railway operation in New Zealand |  comp

ACS wins eight-year Auckland railway operation in New Zealand | comp

Australian UGL, a subsidiary of ACS By participating in engraving, decade Auckland Transportation, in New Zealand, to operate the Auckland rail network for the next eight years. The contract, worth NZ$130 million (€77 million) annually, will generate more than NZ$600 million (about €355 million) in revenue from UGL.

The company is part of a joint venture with Giant ComfortDelGro Transit, especially in Singapore. An alliance that will be responsible for plant maintenance, commercial policy development, scheduling, staff recruitment (including mechanics), or customer service management. From 2025, he will also be responsible for the maintenance of the trains.

The Consortium has defeated a second alliance it formed Transdevcurrent service provider John Holland and CAF. The current contract for Auckland Railways began in 2004 and ends in March of next year. This mode of transportation serves 22 million users annually.

Simic head, Juan Santamaria, noted that this concession would help improve public transport in Auckland and appreciated UGL’s expertise in operating rail systems, as well as in train maintenance. CEO of the latter, Doug Moss, indicates that UGL operates rail networks in New South Wales, Victoria or South Australia.

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