Alstom, part of a consortium to maintain the electrical traction systems of Spains high speed network
Adif, the Spanish railway infrastructure manager, has awarded a contract to a consortium including Alstom to maintain the electrical traction systems of Spains high speed lines (over 2,300 km). The contract, worth 187.7 million, covers the maintenance of all the electrical traction systems (catenary lines, substations and associated systems) for the next ten years (2015-2014).
The maintenance works include the following high speed lines: Madrid-Sevilla, Córdoba-Málaga, La Sagra-Toledo, Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona-French frontier, Zaragoza-Tardienta & Vandellós-Tarragona, Madrid-Valencia, Albacete-Alicante, Madrid-Valladolid and Olmedo-Medina.
The consortium is formed by 7 companies (Alstom Transport, Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios, Elecnor, Electren, Inabensa, Sociedad Española de Montajes Industriales and Siemens). Alstoms share in the contract is about 15%.