Thanks to its TRAMLINK, Stadler has emerged as the winner of the tender for a framework agreement to deliver up to 80 trams for Azienda Trasporti Milanesi (ATM). The initial order is for 30 vehicles.
The term of the framework agreement is six years. An objection period has now started following notification to the losing bidders that Stadler is to be awarded the contract. This objection period must expire before the award procedure can go ahead and a legally binding contract can be signed.
The Italian transport company ATM intends to sign a framework agreement with Stadler for the supply of up to 80 TRAMLINK trams. The vehicles are intended for use in the network of Milan. In an initial order, Stadler is to be commissioned to supply 30 TRAMLINK trams.
The framework agreement has a term of six years. The objection period began following the award of the contract. Unsuccessful bidders can eventually decide whether to initiate a verification procedure against the decision. The framework agreement cannot be legally signed until after this deadline, at which point Stadler will provide further information about the contract.