MEC Holdings Plans Rail Expansion in Indonesia

18 April 2010 (Last Updated April 18th, 2010 18:30)

The UAE's MEC Holdings is planning to expand its 130km-long railway project in Indonesia. MEC is investing $5.2bn in infrastructure, including a railway plant, reports Reuters. MEC executive vice-chairman Madhu Koneru said East Kalimantan has the potential for 1,000km of rail

The UAE's MEC Holdings is planning to expand its 130km-long railway project in Indonesia.

MEC is investing $5.2bn in infrastructure, including a railway plant, reports Reuters.

MEC executive vice-chairman Madhu Koneru said East Kalimantan has the potential for 1,000km of railway.

Koneru said the railway will be built through difficult terrains such as swamps and mountains.