Proactima is entering into a frame agreement with Sporveien. Proactima will provide services within the management system, security and emergency preparedness.
“This is a very important agreement for us and fits in well with our goal of strengthening the company within the transport sector”, says CEO Trond Winther in Proactima. The agreement has a considerable breadth and includes security management, process mapping, security analyzes, emergency preparedness and exercises.
Proactima has also previously worked for Sporveien, but then as a subcontractor for another company. In this competition, Proactima reached a separate agreement, which shows that the company’s previous efforts have been positively noticed by the customer.
The agreement was effective from 1 February and has a duration of 4 years plus four options, each for one year, ie a maximum of eight years.
Sporveien is Norway’s largest supplier of public transport measured in number of journeys. Sporveien owns, manages, develops and operates all traffic on tram and metro in Oslo and Akershus, and operates buses on tender. The Group is also responsible for the maintenance of trams and subway trains, and manages substantial real estate. Sporveien also owns the subsidiaries Bussanlegg and Sporveien Media.
The company has 260 million travelers every year, 115 train sets, 72 trams and 759 buses. Sporveien is 100 per cent owned by the municipality of Oslo.