Mr Richard Diegong Dombo (left) and Mr Nadav Simhoni (ideal) after the finalizing. With them is Mr Joe Ghartey Federal Government of Ghana has actually signed a US$ 560 million agreement with Amandi Holdings Limited for the building of have actually authorized a $560 million contract for the construction of sections of the Western Railway Line.
The signing of the agreement would be adhered to by Cupboard's approval for it to be required to Parliament. The jobs include the building of areas of the Western Railway Line, basic scale between Takoradi port and Huni Valley, forming an overall of 102kmIt will also consist of a single-track railway with stations along the tracks, an initial workshop center at the location and also an enhance rolling stock.
Talking at the signing ceremony, the Preacher of Train Development, Mr Joe Ghartey, stated the indicative extent of jobs of the project includes the building, stipulation, testing and also appointing of other jobs; such as the building of roughly eight kilometres of basic scale train tracks attaching the existing double scale tracks in Takoradi to the Takoradi Port for simple as well as effective access for cargo handling.
He said it would certainly also include the construction of a by-pass section along the Kojokrom to Manso section of the Western Train Line at Eshiem, to boost the rate of the last infrastructure as well as fulfill the requirement as well as spec in the reviewed 2020 Railway Master Strategy."It likewise includes the construction of the Railway Line from Manso to Huni Valley around 60km of single track lines, and also on top of that the building and construction of eight standard terminals along the existing line from Amantin to Huni Valley including all construction functions, station building, accessibility roads, CCTV as well as gain access to control, backup generator as well as water tanks."It will certainly also involve the building of a workshop center for typical gauge rolling stock consisting of the fundamental fit-out, fundamental devices and crucial equipment," he mentioned.