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Avinor puts NOK 50 mln, 3-year IT network cabling contract out to tender

Monday 11 February 2019 | 12:05 CET | News
Norwegian air traffic control agency Avinor is putting a contract for IT cable equipment and installation out to tender, with an estimated value of NOK 50 million excluding VAT. The duration is 36 months with two one-year extension options. Avinor's current framework contract expires at the end of 2019, with no extension option.

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Countries: Norway
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