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Bulgarian company Public Transport – Varna has launched a tender for contracts for the delivery of a total of 60 new electric buses and charging stations, worth an estimated total of 68 million levs ($39.1 million/34.8 million euro).

The larger contract, worth an estimated 38.8 million levs, envisages the supply of 40 single electric buses and charging stations for them, the public transport company servicing the city of Varna said in a tender notice.

The second deal, priced at 29.2 million levs, provides for the supply of 20 articulated electric buses and 20 charging stations.

Offers can be submitted until 20 July.

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