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DB International opens additional branches

The renaissance of rail is evident around the world – and this includes the Eastern European transport market. To facilitate current projects, the Deutsche Bahn subsidi-ary has therefore opened new branches in Serbia and Georgia.

Serbia is the transit country between Southeast Europe/Turkey and Western Europe both in rail and in other forms of transport. Currently, experts from DB International are working on solutions to advance intermodal transport in Serbia. The measures include, for example, setting up a bi-modal logistics terminal in the Belgrade region.

For reconstruction of the Zezelj Bridge across the Danube in Novi Sad, DB International has taken over construction monitoring according to FIDIC conditions, in a joint venture with Egis International.

Enlarge imageSource: Cathleen Potter

Project meeting in Belgrade (from left to right): Zoran Ilic (Egis International), Dragi Marjanovic, Hans-Jürgen Hendrich, Cathleen Potter (all from DB International), Goran Tadic (Egis International)

Contact person:
Ogranak DB International Beograd
Ms Cathleen Potter
Terazije 16
11000 Belgrade
Republic of Serbia

Mobile: +49 160 9043 8873
cathleen.potter@db-international.de

To be even more present in the Georgian market, DB International has established the branch office Georgia in Tbilisi. The company has been operating for several years in the South Caucasus. Currently several projects are implemented in cooperation with other design offices. 

Contact person:
Branch of DB International GmbH in Georgia
Mr Alexander Lange
# 28 Mtskheta St. Vake-Saburtalo district
0179 Tbilisi
Georgia

Mobile: +995 929 222 53
alexander.lange@db-international.de


DB International offers the globally recognised expertise of Deutsche Bahn from the idea through to operational implementation, provides advice to its customers around the world and develops innovative mobility and transport solutions at some 23 locations.

Last modified: 25.07.2012

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