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A global rail infrastructure specialist, providing railway construction and maintenance services, and overhead line electrification systems worldwide.

The company is contracted by the Cfir  (CAF and Shapir Engineering and Industry ) consortium to provide the trackwork subsystem of the Jerusalem Light Rail, as part of the construction of the new Green Line and the extension of the existing Red Line, as well as the construction of two new maintenance depots and extension of the depot located in the French Hill settlement neighborhood in East Jerusalem. The company will install 125.000 m of rails, 85.000 twin block concrete sleepers and 242 turnouts, in addition to providing concrete. The execution period stretches from 2021 until 2024.

The Jerusalem Light Rail connects settlements to the western part of the city. For more, read Who Profits update Spanish multinational CAF and Israeli Shapir win tender to expand the Jerusalem light rail.