Construction of "Rail Baltica 1"

In 2013–2015, according to a sub-contracting between JSC "Vitras-S" and partners belonging to the joint AS "Skinest Rail" concern – JSC "Skinest Baltija" and "Skinest Ehitus" – the company carried out railway construction and reconstruction works in the largest Lithuanian transport infrastructure project since the restoration of the country's independence – "Rail Baltica".

Works were carried out in Mauručiai, Kazlų Rūda and Marijampolė railway stations, and between Kazlų Rūda–Mauručiai, Kazlų Rūda–Marijampolė, Marijampolė–Šeštokai railway stations.

During the implementation of the project:

  • 48.6 km of the new railway with 1435 mm wide tracks were constructed.
  • 42.2 km of the new railway with 1520 mm wide tracks were reconstructed.
  • 43 new point transfers were installed.
  • 4 units of crossings were reconstructed.
  • 10 km of noise suppressing walls were installed. 
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Construction of the second track of Vilnius by-pass Kyviškės - Valčiūnai on the IXB corridor

In 2012, by cooperating with AB Kauno Tiltai, a contract was signed for the object "Construction of the second track of Vilnius by-pass Kyviškės - Valčiūnai on the IXB corridor".

When implementing the project, main arrival–departure tracks with a total length of over 10 km were reconstructed in Vaidotai and Valčiūnai railway station, and 27 new point transfers were installed.

The main goal of the project is to construct a second rail track on the IXB corridor and redirect the train traffic through the by-pass from the Vilnius city centre.

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Design and construction of an intermodal terminal at Vilnius public logistics centre

In 2013, a contract was signed with JSC "Fegda" for the object "Design and construction of an intermodal terminal at Vilnius public logistics centre".

When implementing the project, an access road to the logistics terminal was constructed in Vaidotai railway station and four new roads were constructed in the terminal area. The total length of built roads is over 5 km. 11 point transfers on reinforced concrete beams were installed.

The intermodal terminal will enable to transport goods from the beginning of the route to the end, to transport the goods in one transport unit and at the same time coordinate at least two types of transport: rail transport and road transport. This way there will be no need to reload the cargos one by one. Cargos are loaded in containers and, after changing the mode of transport in the terminal, they travel to their final destination.

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Modernization of distribution stations in the Crete Corridor IX. Vaidotai railway station

In 2007, a contract was signed with Siemens Osakeyhtio Lithuanian branch for "Modernization of distribution stations in the Crete Corridor IX.  Vaidotai railway station.

When implementing the project, four new arrival–departure tracks with a total length of over 4 km were built in Vaidotai railway station, the main IB road was reconstructed, 30 units of point transfers and 24 fully automated wagon brakes were installed.

After carrying out the reconstruction works and installing the fully automated wagon sorting and brake equipment, the efficiency of wagon distribution in Vaidotai railway station has significantly increased, the expenses of distribution activities have decreased and negative impact on the environment, possible during a road accident, has been decreased to a minimum.

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