Russian company Siloviyi Machini appealed against the decision to exclude it from the tender for the procurement of steam turbines for the project of the expansion of Hungarian nuclear power plant Paks, organized by Russian Rosatom.
In late December, Rosatom announced that General Electric (GE) Hungary has been selected as a supplier of steam turbines for the NPP Paks 2 project. The statement from the company said that the offer of the other bidder in the second round of the tender – Siloviyi Machini was rejected because its technical proposal did not comply with the tender documentation in several points. Therefore, Rosatom accepted GE’s offer worth 793.8 million euros.
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