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Published on Thursday, 27 December 2012 12:44
Myanmar’s Department of Civil Aviation announced that seven companies qualified in the first phase of tender for the upgrade of Mandalay International Airport.
Among 16 applicants, the seven companies were chosen based on financial resource, experience records, technical know-how and the use of equipments.
The seven main companies are Mitsubishi-Jalux in association with SPA (Japan), Munich Urban Forntier Aung Myanmar Essar (Germany), ITNL International Pte.,Ltd (Singapore), China Habour Engineering Co.,Ltd (China), AVIC International Holding Corporation (China) and VINCI Airport (France).
SPA Project Management Ltd, Aung Myanmar Technology Company Limited, Htoo Construction Group Co., Ltd, Asia World Co., Ltd, Shwe Than Lwin Co., Ltd, Shwe Taung Development Co., Ltd and First Myanmar Investment Co., Ltd were the local companies included in the shortlist.
“We intend to upgrade the Mandalay International Airport into the Airport Logistic Hub where international cargo planes can fly. We’ll invite the second tender soon”, said an official from Dept of Civil Aviation.
The prequalification of the companies considered the master plan of airport development, airport services for passengers, building services, expanding the airport structure and apron.