Celcom Axiata ties up with Aussie firm to bid for RM2 bn DTTB project

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Celcom Axiata has signed up a teaming agreement with Broadcast Australia to bid for the RM2 bn digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DTTB) project.

As they are still in their finalising stage of the joint venture, Celcom Axiata remains open for potential partners to join them, said CEO Datuk Seri Shazalli Ramly. This partnership will bid for the design, construction and long-term operation of the digital television infrastructure project, where both companies will pit their knowledge and skills on sites, local construction expertise, project management, design, and operational expertise as well as experience in satellite and terrestrial fibre distribution system for the implementation of the DTTB project.

It will be funded by the joint venture itself.

Shazalli explained that this collaboration would lower the risk for such a crucial and large national project as both partners have proven track records and easy access to the required funding.

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Celcom Axiata has signed up a teaming agreement with Broadcast Australia to bid for the RM2 bn digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DTTB) project.

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Celcom Axiata has signed up a teaming agreement with Broadcast Australia to bid for the RM2 bn digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DTTB) project.

As they are still in their finalising stage of the joint venture, Celcom Axiata remains open for potential partners to join them, said CEO Datuk Seri Shazalli Ramly. This partnership will bid for the design, construction and long-term operation of the digital television infrastructure project, where both companies will pit their knowledge and skills on sites, local construction expertise, project management, design, and operational expertise as well as experience in satellite and terrestrial fibre distribution system for the implementation of the DTTB project.

It will be funded by the joint venture itself.

Shazalli explained that this collaboration would lower the risk for such a crucial and large national project as both partners have proven track records and easy access to the required funding.

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