According to EBRD website, the project is a sovereign guaranteed loan in the amount of up to EUR 22 million of a programme of two loans to Srbija Voz JSC for the refurbishment and upgrade of the Technical Passenger Station Zemun, and acquisition and installation of various information technology systems.
It aims to provide additional maintenance capacity to support the Company's rolling stock growth and to respond to the closure of the facilities in downtown Belgrade, provide an adequate maintenance facility for the Company's new generation Swiss-made EMUs, as existing facilities do not meet the minimum requirements, and to reduce the empty coaching stock moves due to its location on the international Corridor X and proximity to Belgrade. Acquisition of information technology systems will allow the Company to improve its planning, controlling and resource management activities.
Project Contact: Jugoslav Jovic, Director General
Email Address: email@example.com
Telephone No.: +381 11 3616 789
Office Address: 6 Nemanjina St. 11000 Belgrade
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