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National Railway Infrastructure Company

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state enterprice National Railway Infrastructure Company
Native name
Национална компания Железопътна инфраструктура
Natsionalna kompaniya Zhelezopatna infrastruktura
TypeGovernment company
IndustryRailway infrastructure
Founded1 January 2002
HeadquartersSofia, Bulgaria
Area served
Bulgaria
Key people
Krasimir Papukchiyski (CEO)
Number of employees
13 365 (2011)[1]
ParentBulgarian Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications
Websitewww.rail-infra.bg

The National Railway Infrastructure Company (Bulgarian: Национална компания Железопътна инфраструктура, Natsionalna kompaniya Zhelezopatna infrastruktura, abbreviated as НКЖИ or NRIC) is Bulgaria's state railway infrastructure company, established as an entity on 1 January 2002. The company's headquarters are located in the capital city Sofia near Sofia Central Station. It is the owner and operator of most of the country's rail lines.

Bulgaria is a member of the International Union of Railways (UIC). The UIC Country Code for Bulgaria is 52.

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References

  1. ^ Popova, Ekaterina. "Най-големите работодатели за 2011 г.: Вторични трусове" (in Bulgarian). Economedia. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
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