Turkey

Terratec delivers TBM for Istanbul Metro

Terratec has announced a new Tunnel Boring Machine delivery for Istanbul Metro in Turkey at the end of August after the successful performance of the workshop testing. The official ceremony was held on Terratec’s facilities in the presence of representatives from the client, a joint venture amongst the parties of Gülermak, Kolin and Kalyon (GKKJV). The JV targets to build a rapid transit line on top of the existing Istanbul Metro system between Mecidiyekoy and Mahmutbey in the east and west respectively of the European side of the Eurasian megalopolis. The new line will be 17.5 km in length...

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