ROATEX Zrt., the contractual partner of Nemzeti Útdíjfizetési Szolgáltató Zrt. (NÚSZ Zrt.), won the tender for the implementation of a multi-lane toll system in Indonesia.
The deal proves that Hungarian know-how, technologies and innovation are internationally recognized. The project will result in an investment of USD 300 million, one of the largest Hungarian technology exports ever, said Andrea Mager, Minister without Portfolio for National Assets.
As a result of several years of professional cooperation, the Hungarian consortium won the development and 10-year operation of a GNSS-based (based on satellite positioning) toll system, with cash and contactless electronic payment, on a total length of about 6,000 kilometers of Indonesian highways. The first phase of the project — in the world’s fourth most populated country — will cover the deployment of the system and is expected to take one and a half years.
This is the new flagship of Hungarian-Indonesian business relations and is currently one of the most modern toll technologies in the world, Tamás Bartal, CEO of NÚSZ said.
In addition to the Hungarians, a Russian entity also applied. On January 27, 2021, the Toll Regulatory Agency of the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Housing officially announced the final Hungarian victory.
The project will contribute to the achievement of the Hungarian Government’s strategic goal of developing its digital export market and expanding the national economy.