CHAROEN POKPHAND GROUP AND GLOBAL PARTNERS PREPARES BID FOR ‘HIGH-SPEED RAIL LINKED 3 AIRPORTS PROJECT’ 

November 12, 2018

CHAROEN POKPHAND GROUP AND GLOBAL PARTNERS PREPARES BID FOR ‘HIGH-SPEED RAIL LINKED 3 AIRPORTS PROJECT’ 



Mr. Adiruth Thothaveesansuk, Vice Chairman - Special Projects Development Office of Charoen Pokphand Group (C.P. Group) revealed that C.P. Group and its business alliance have formed a consortium and are prepared to bid for the High-Speed Rail Linked 3 Airports Project on Monday 12th November 2018. The consortium consists of leading business partners from Thailand and overseas, bringing together world-class knowledge, experience and expertise to develop the High-Speed Rail Linked 3 Airports Project, with all parties willing and ready to support Thailand to the best of their abilities. High-Speed trains are of great importance to the development of the country and will act as the foundation of the of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), the heart of Thailand’s 4.0 economic development. After bids have been submitted, we would like to announce that the Consortium will be entering a period of silence that is in accordance with competition regulations and good governance. Thai and global businesses whom have partnered with C.P. Group as a consortium and expected strategic partner to bid for the High-Speed Rail Linked 3 Airports Project are global leaders of their respected fields, with the expertise and experience to collectively bring success to the project. The consortium and strategic partners consists of Charoen Pokphand Holding (Thailand), China Railway Construction Corporation Limited (People’s Republic of China, Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited (Thailand), Italian-Thai Development Public Company Limited (Thailand), CH. Karnchang Public Company Limited (Thailand), Japan Overseas Infrastructure Investment Corporation for Transport & Urban Development (Japan), CITIC Group Corporation (People’s Republic of China), China Resources (Holdings) Company Limited (People’s Republic of China), Siemens (Germany), Hyundai (Korea), Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (Italy), CRRC-Sifang (People’s Republic of China) and Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC-Japan).

                                                             


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