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Türkei: Projekte und Ausschreibungen

Informationen zu aktuellen Projekten

Die Auftragsvergabe durch staatliche Stellen und Firmen erfolgt in der Regel im Rahmen des öffentlichen Ausschreibungsgesetzes. Projekte von internationalen Finanzierungsinstitutionen (IFI) werden nach den jeweiligen Regelungen der Institution durchgeführt.

Die Ausschreibungen und Projekte sind sortiert nach Ablauf der Einreichfrist.

Interessierte österreichische Firmen können weitere Infos und Details zu den Ausschreibungen bei den AußenwirtschaftsCentern Istanbul und Ankara erhalten.


EU Projekte in der Türkei 

Eine Übersicht zu den von der EU finanzierten Projekten in der Türkei kann auf folgenden Webpages abgerufen werden: 


Projekttitel: Technical Assistance for “DiMAP - Direct Digital Manufacturing Platform”

Inhalt: Im Rahmen des Projekts wird die Direct Digital Manufacturing Platform etabliert, die eine innovative digitale additive Fertigungsplattform für Qualitätskontrolle, Test und Charakterisierung datengesteuerter intelligenter Fertigungssysteme sein soll. Diese Plattform wird KMU helfen und sie transformieren, indem sie ihnen die Herstellung von Funktionsteilen mit hohem Mehrwert ermöglicht und fördert.

Ziel dieses Vertrages ist es, die administrativen und technischen Fähigkeiten des Personals zu verbessern. Außerdem wird erwartet, dass das Team für technische Unterstützung die technischen Kapazitäten von KMU und Interessenträgern in der Region verbessert, indem es die regionalen FuE- und Innovationskapazitäten von KMU und relevanten Interessengruppen in der Verbundstoff-, Luft- und Raumfahrt- und Automobilindustrie abbildet. 

Ausschreibende Stelle:
Türkisches Ministerium für Industrie und Technologie, Abteilung für EU finanzierte Programme

Tätigkeit: Consulting Services

Abgabeschluss: 20.12.2021 

Weiterführende Informationen: 
TED etendering 


Project Title: Ispartakule-Cerkezkoy Rail Project (Previously: Halkali-Cerkezkoy Rail Project)

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is extending a €150 million loan to the Turkish government for the construction of a 67 km section of the high-speed railway line from Istanbul to the Bulgarian border. The loan will further support Turkey’s transition to a low-carbon economy. The objective of the proposed project is to develop safe, sustainable, low-carbon, and expedient passenger and freight rail transport between Turkey and the European Union to further facilitate trade via a new high-speed rail from Halkali to Cerkezkoy.

Description: The Project is expected to finance the construction of 75.9 kilometers of new double-track, electrified, high-speed railway from Halkalı station, İstanbul, to just before Çerkezköy station. It consists of two components as described below.

Component A. Construction works of a 75.9km section of new high-speed railway line designed as: (i) 200km/h max speed, double track, electrified railway and the required systems, including ERTMS Level 1, power supply and auxiliaries; and (ii) modification of relevant existing infrastructure including stations and connections to existing railway line. The Project will mostly run in parallel to the existing single-track rail line.

Component B. Project management, capacity building and resettlement activities. AIIB will provide capacity development and technical assistance to the implementing agency for project management, construction supervision and implementation assistance by providing financing to hire such consultants. AIIB will also finance resettlement activities, including additional payments above the compensation for land acquisition by the Turkish State Railways (TCDD) calculated according to Turkey’s Law No. 2942 on Expropriation, so as to meet the requirements of AIIB.

The Project will be jointly co-financed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The Ispartakule-Cerkezkoy railway section will be tendered and built in line with the EBRD’s procurement rules and environmental and social standards.

Status: The EBRD financing was approved by the Bank’s board of directors on 10 November 2021.

Further information 


Project Title: Contract for construction of first underground metro line in Mersin has been awarded 

Description: The winner was a consortium of US company Dillingham Construction International and Turkey’s Kiska-Kom, which submitted the lowest bid of TL 3·379 bn. Bids had also been submitted by a consortium of Dogus, Ticaret, Yapi Merkezi and Sanayi (TL 3·810bn) and Cengiz (TL4·122bn). The award of the contract follows five months of negotiations with the competing bidders. 

The 13·4 km line will run from the main railway station to Mezitli in the city centre, with nine intermediate stops. The municipality has authorised the issuing of a TL 900m bond to help cover the cost of the project, and said construction would begin as soon as possible. The contract includes the construction and fitting out of 8 070 m of cut-and-cover tunnel, 4 880 m of single bore tunnels, the stations and also associated road and landscaping works. 

The winning consortium will then maintain the line for the first 24 months of operation. 

The municipality has also announced that planning work will soon be completed for two light rail lines to connect the railway station with the university and main hospital. 

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