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Renewal of tender public lighting in Zaragoza with boom lift truck.


New public concession on: renovation of electrical installations in Zaragoza, can be applied with our electric boom lifts with electric articulated boom mounted on truck-lifter, boom lift van of second hand, work platform lift, used articulated electric arm; available from 11 to maximum meters, Nissan Cabstar truck, Renault Master trucks, Iveco.

We can advise on the industrial machinery that is your best option, depending on the type of work you want to perform such as: repair of facades, tree pruning, industrial maintenance, high voltage work on public roads with lights and more. Details:
Supply renovation street lighting sector southwest urban core

Type of Contract
publication date
Document Type
CPV codes
Procuring Entity
City Hall of La Almunia de Doña Godina
Estimated amount
EUR 114,200
Place of execution
Renovation supply public lighting southwest sector urban core.

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Excellent news for Zaragoza regarding tourism, the British newspaper 'The Times' mentions news with the following title If Barcelona is saturated, try Zaragoza. That is the message that is collected in, that promotes the Aragonese capital as an alternative to the "tourist saturation" of the Ciudad Condal. The article is entitled "Venice and Barcelona are too full? Try these places" and it is here that cities are collected that, without having so much poster, have many attractions for tourism. In the case of Zaragoza, the newspaper points out the basilica of El Pilar as an essential place, but also appreciates posiivamente "its streets and its small squares". Textually, the journalist talks about the city being "a place to let your hair down". It also mentions the nightlife, discos, and the possibility of hiking "along the Ebro."

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