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Contract for service and maintenance in sweden - 18 MNOK

The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) has extended the contract related to service- and maintenance of the congestion charging infrastructure in Stockholm delivered by Q-Free. The order value is approx. 18 MNOK.

 

"We see Sweden as a very important and exciting market going forward. Our continuing participation in service and maintenance activities is essential for our local presence and not at least for the quality and efficiency of the system over time", comments CEO in Q-Free, Øyvind Isaksen.


The contract is for one year starting January 1st 2013.


Q-Free has a subsidiary in Stockholm, Sweden.

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