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Title: MAYUMBA-TCHIBANGA LINE
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TEIKO NATIONAL RAILWAYS CORPORATION BID
CEO and Chairman
December 9, 2015
The Teiko National Railways Corporation is proud to present its bid for the Mayumba-Tchibanga
Line Project in the Nyangan Free State. The Teiko National Railways Corporation is the sole operator
and maintenance provider of all existing and operating passenger railway lines in the Federal
Kingdom of Teiko. It also operates a number of freight and special rail lines across the archipelago.
Tracing its roots from the Royal Railways Corporation which was established through by a Royal
Charter of former Prince Hideyoshi in 1905, the company has grown to become the premier railways
operator in Teiko. Since 1986, it has adopted its current name and has become a public-private
enterprise under the Ministry of Transportation. Now, it is considered as one of the largest
corporations in the country.
In line with this, we express our deep desire to develop and modernize the rail networks in the
Nyangan Free State. In this proposal, we shall include the package that the Teiko National Railways
Corporation is offering.
Hakata Ward Main Station, Kaijo, Federal Kingdom of Teiko
MAYUMBA-TCHIBANGA LINE PROPOSAL
As per requested by the Nyangan Rail Service, the following has been taken into consideration:
76.5 km of (mostly) single line track between the Mayumba and Tchibanga terminus,
currently used for freight and passenger services
All passenger stations between Tchibanga and Mayumba except the Mayumba City Station.
No freight sidings or terminals along the route are included
Four British Rail Class 56s with the NRS paint scheme and associated passenger carriages
and freight cars
A license to operate and build railways within the Nyangan Free State according to state
Associated offices and employees will be transferred
Total package deal is USD $132,300,000.
In line with these requests, the Teiko National Railways Corporation is accepting the following
condition that the total package expense buyout shall be at USD $132,300,000 (TNZ
ʒ19,076,640,000). It shall include the basic premises of the negotiation:
Surveying of the land and location of possible new rail networks
Expansion of selected rail networks from single line track to double line track
Construction of all passenger stations between Tchibanga and Mayumba
Procurement of the British Rail Class 56s and associated passenger carriages and freight cars
Additionally, the Teiko National Railways Corporation is also proposing the following:
Redevelopment and improvement of the Mayumba City Station
Procurement of modern and improved signal system through Industrial Illusion
Possible expansion of the original 76.5 km rail line and construction of new line yards and
Purchase of 60% common stock of the Nyangan Rail Service which can be agreed upon
further on the price and terms
License to operate, maintain and expand existing rail networks in the Nyangan Free State for
the next 25 years which can be renewable and amendable as agreed upon by both parties
As such, we are requesting that the Nyangan Rail Service to keep constant communique with our
main office for further details. We also request that the Nyangan Rail Service should send us the
following documents for further study and evaluation:
Map of the current operating and existing rail network
List of stations to be constructed and their specifics
List of the annual passenger count and freight tonnage handled of the whole rail network for
the past five years
Finally, this is our proposed timeline in the materialization of this project:
Proposed Timeline for Mayumba and Tchibanga Line Project
Land and location survey
and other related feasibility
This shall be done by the
Teiko National Railways
Research and Development
Department (TNRC – ERDD)
Procurement of materials
for construction of rail
network and train stations
Main phase of the
construction of train
stations and expansions of
selected rail line segments
In partnership with Takenaka
Procurement and testing of
train engine, coaches and
other electronic devices
Procurement shall be done in
consonance with the
It is expected that by the end of 12 months, the whole system shall be fully functional and operational.
Note: Exchange rate as of December 9, 2015 (USD $1 = TNZ ʒ144.52)
WHY CHOOSE TEIKO NATIONAL RAILWAYS CORPORATION?
We believe in development and empowerment. The Teiko National Railways Corporation is
interested in creating a world class rail network in the Nyangan Free State.
For this project, the management of the Teiko National Railways Corporation decided to optimize
the use of diesel engine for the following reasons:
Cheaper maintenance and operating cost
Excess money in rail network construction (i.e. catenaries, substations et al) can be used in
building modern and accessible train stations
Cheaper procurement of train engine and associated carriages
In line with this, we have also weighted the advantages of electric multiple units and train sets.
However, aside from the barely significant difference in economic life and almost variably nonnegative economic effects correlation, the pros of an improved diesel train network outweighs its
The Teiko National Railways Corporation is also willing to further invest in the improvement and
expansion of other rail networks across the country. The company is also open in the possible
acquisition or partnership with the Nyangan Rail Service in the goal of achieving a more efficient and
people-friendly transportation system in Nyanga.
In the end, we are truly eager in looking forward from hearing for a response.
E231 series train crossing near Saitama Ward, Beika
All Rights Reserved 2015©
Teiko National Railways Corporation
Communications and Bidding Department
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