Transco’s Q1 contracts worth EUR 15.34 million


April 7, 2015





April 7, 2015




Power transmission company Transco (Elektroprijenos-Elektroprenos Bosne i Hercegovine a.d.) said it concluded more than 45 contracts in the first quarter of 2015 with companies from Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, for the implementation of various projects with a total value of BAM 30 million (EUR 15.34 million).

In March, the contract was signed with Elektroenergetika BL consortium for the construction of substation Laktaši 2, amounting to BAM 3.2 million, which should be completed and put into operation in the second half of next year, portal Bosnia Today reported.

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