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a ship canal in Poland linking the Upper Silesian coal basin with the Oder River system. It runs between the cities of Gliwice and Koźle. Length, about 41 km. The canal partly includes the Kłodnica River. There are six double-lift locks. The canal was built in 1933-39.
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Contract award notice: "Modernization of Odra river slides on the Gliwice Canal, on the section of the management board of RZGW Gliwice - adapting to III class waterway - Stage II".
The subject of the order is "Modernization of Odrzanskie sluices on the Gliwice Canal, on the section of the management board of RZGW Gliwice - adapting to III class waterway - Stage II" covering two separate investment projects named:
Contract notice: Preparatory work for the project modernization of gliwice canal
preparatory -work no opie 7,5-20