Mr Richard Diegong Dombo (left) and Mr Nadav Simhoni (appropriate) after the signing. With them is Mr Joe Ghartey Government of Ghana has actually authorized a US$ 560 million agreement with Amandi Holdings Limited for the building of have actually authorized a $560 million contract for the building of areas of the Western Railway Line.
The finalizing of the contract would be complied with by Cabinet's authorization for it to be required to Parliament. The projects include the building of areas of the Western Train Line, standard gauge between Takoradi port as well as Huni Valley, developing an overall of 102kmIt will additionally consist of a single-track railway with stations along the tracks, an initial workshop center at the area as well as a complement rolling supply.
Talking at the finalizing event, the Minister of Railway Development, Mr Joe Ghartey, said the a sign scope of works of the job consists of the building, stipulation, screening and appointing of other jobs; such as the building of around eight kilometres of standard scale railway tracks connecting the existing twin scale tracks in Takoradi to the Takoradi Port for very easy and efficient accessibility for cargo handling.
He claimed it would also consist of the building of a by-pass area along the Kojokrom to Manso section of the Western Train Line at Eshiem, to enhance the rate of the final infrastructure as well as satisfy the requirement as well as spec in the assessed 2020 Train Plan of attack."It also consists of the construction of the Train Line from Manso to Huni Valley approximately 60km of single track lines, as well as furthermore the building of 8 standard stations along the existing line from Amantin to Huni Valley consisting of all building and construction works, station building, access roadways, CCTV and accessibility control, backup generator and also water storage tanks."It will likewise entail the building of a workshop facility for standard scale rolling stock consisting of the fundamental fit-out, standard tools as well as essential equipment," he mentioned.