Çeksan Will Take Care of the Modernisation of Railroad Ferries

Çeksan Will Take Care of the Modernisation of Railroad Ferries

Çeksan will modernize the railroad ferries, Demiryolu 2 and Demiryolu 3 for the General Directorate of Turkish State Railways.

As Çeksan Shipyard, we participated in the tender of General Directorate of Turkish State Railways dated 22.11.2018 for the modernization of Demiryolu 2 and Demiryolu 3 ships and won the tender by offering the most appropriate bid.

Sister Ferries were built in the late 60s and were laid-up for two years. With this modernization they will be operative once again they carry railroad trucks between two sides of the Bosphorus.

the estimated delivery time for the initial tender works is April 2020

 

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