The Danish state holding company Sund & Bælt is moving at full speed. But once in a while you have to stop and check that you have everyone with you. Sund & Bælt forgot that when the holding company sent an advisory task for DKK 80 million for a fixed connection over the Kattegat to tender. Sund & Bælt did not have a mandate to proceed with the investigations. Sund & Bælt then had to withdraw the tender before the lawyers at the advisers had even had time to read the tender material inside. Back and forth are equal distances.
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On Monday morning, Politiken could reveal that the state-owned holding company Sund & Bælt had sent consultancy work to prepare a fixed connection over the Kattegat to tender – directly against the political decision not to. On Wednesday, Sund & Bælt then announced that they were withdrawing the tender. Time for a debateHowever, the tender … Læs Mere
Sund & Bælt has put out a tender for advice on a fixed connection across the Kattegat – without informing the Minister of Transport, writes Politiken.dk.
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