Bosnia:Joint venture of local companies on projects of BiH Power Transmission Company25. February 2014. / SEE Energy News
“Energoinvest” d. d. Sarajevo and Banjaluka Electrical Engineering have organized a meeting today in Sarajevo on the occasion of possible joint venture work of Bosnian companies in projects announced by “BiH Power Transmission Company” TSO company.
The meeting was attended by representatives of leading companies in the energy sector from the entire area of Bosnia and Herzegovina in order to exchange views, positions and possibilities for engagement in investments announced by “BiH Power Transmission Company “.
The meeting participants agreed that domestic companies had human resources, references, and technologies that could successfully respond to the most complex tasks in the field of energy.
They concluded with pleasure that this approach had the support of competent ministries in FBiH and RS, as well as trade union representatives from both entities, so this meeting was attended by Muhamed Hadzic from the Metalworkers Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Obrad Belenzada from Miners and Metalworkers Union of RS, Bajro Melez from Metalworkers Union of SC (Sarajevo Canton) and Mustafa Jugo from the Energoinvest Union.
It was noted that there was not enough space for the development and activities of local companies in the existing legal framework, so those who were present agreed that it was necessary to make changes to improve the business conditions for domestic companies.
Given that “BiH Elektroprenos ” announced that it would provide 400MEUR in the next 10 years for investment from its own resources, domestic companies would like to participate actively and be a key contractor on the rehabilitation project of transmission lines and substations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the construction of new transmission lines and substations of voltage level of 400 kV and other investments in the country, it was announced in the Energoinvest Department of Public Relations.
It was agreed to hold such meetings regularly for timely information, planning, and performance on future projects.
In addition to the above mentioned, the meeting was attended by representatives of the company Energoinvest – Transmission Tower Factory in Sarajevo, Energoinvest – Energy Management Systems in Sarajevo, Energoinvest – Transmission Line Construction Sarajevo, Electrical Equipment Factory Inc. Sarajevo, Umel – Transmission Line Assembly d.d. Tuzla, Deling d.d. Tuzla, Elker Ljubija, Inving Prijedor, Transmission Line TKS a.d. Doboj (Rudanka), Elnos BL Banjaluka, Kaldera Company Laktasi, Kapis d.d. Tomislavgrad, Inving-Invest Engineering Ltd. Prijedor and Elko d.d. East Sarajevo.
Source; Serbia energy See Desk
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