Source: eKapija | Tuesday, 26.10.2021.| 14:36
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Construction of New Container Terminal in Makis Entering Final Phase – Laying Down of Tracks Begins

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Within the construction of the new container terminal in Makis, the construction of the railway has begun, reports the website of the Serbian Railways Infrastructure. The laying down of the structures for the new tracks began on October 20. The construction of the new container terminal at the Beograd Ranzirna railway station in Makis has thereby entered its final phase.

Around 85% of the construction works were completed until October 2021, and, according to engineering experts, the new container terminal should be completed in less than four months.

Two tracks of a total length of over two kilometers will be built at the new container terminal in Makis, the first of which will have around 1,200 meters, whereas the other will have around 1,040 meters.

Along with all that, the new intermodal container terminal in Makis will be fully completed. Its maneuvering area will be larger than two hectares, and the loading front will be around 750 meters, which will enable a far higher transport capacity compared to the previous one.

As a reminder, the construction of the new container terminal in Makis began on October 14, 2019, the contractors are the companies Serbian Railways Infrastructure and Srbijaput, and the value of the job is around EUR 5.6 million.

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