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COMSA extends its railway portfolio in Latin America with new contracts in Argentina

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COMSA has seen its activity in Argentina strengthened with five new contracts for the conservation and improvement of tracks belonging to the General Belgrano Railway in the provinces of Santa Fe, Salta and Chaco.

With the awarding of these contracts, the construction company confirms its growth trend in international markets with high demand for the construction and modernisation of infrastructure.

The country’s Rail Infrastructure Manager has selected COMSA, operating in consortium, for the renewal of more than 25 kilometres of track between the towns of Los Frentones and Pampa del Infierno in the province of Chaco. The contract also includes the supply of 80,000 tonnes of ballast, the mechanised treatment of an additional 36 kilometres of track, and the renovation of nine level crossings and the stations of Los Frentones, Pampa del Infierno and Concepción del Bermejo.

In the province of Santa Fe, COMSA will modernise a 23-kilometre rail link between the municipalities of Rosario and Luis Palacios, which will involve the laying of more than 18,000 sleepers and 11,500 tonnes of ballast. It will also carry out the upgrading of twenty level crossings and part of the sewerage system of the section. Meanwhile, ADIF Argentina has also entrusted the company to carry out the replacement of track in the railway bridges of Arroyo Serodino, Monje, Bragado and Arroyo Matadero, located in the same province.

Additionally, the company will execute the rail replacement on four bridges that belong to C12 and C18 branch line in the province of Salta and will carry out the construction project to strengthen five additional bridges. The total value of these contracts amounts to 23.4 million Euros.

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