Ministry of Electric Power: Invitation for Open International Bids, Closing Date: 31st May, 2014



Ministry of Electric Power

Myanma Electric Power Enterprise

Invitation for Open International Bids

The Myanma Electric Power Enterprise has allocated Funds to be used towards the cost of various Projects. We intend to apply a portion of the proceeds of these funds to eligible payments under the contract for which this Invitation for Bids is issued.

We hereby inform you that invitation of the Open International bidding, Design and Supply of Galvanized Steel Tower for Taung Twin Gyi – Shwe Taung 230 kV Double Circuit, Transmission Line. The Currency of the bid shall be UD Dollar and quoting plan is CIF Yangon.

Interested eligible Bidder may obtain future Information from and inspect from 10:00-15:30 hrs at Power Transmission Project.

Myanma Electric Power Enterprise
Bidg No. 27, Nay Pyi Taw
Myanmar
Phone: + 9567410216

A complete set of the bidding document in English Language and should be submitted in sealed envelopes, delivered to the address below by (31-5-2014), 14:00 hrs. and be clear marked “Bidding for Design and Supply of Galvanized steel Tower for Taung Twin Gyi-Shwer Taung 230 kV Double Circuit Transmission Line”.

Material Planning
Myanma Electric Power Enterprise
Bldg No. 27, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Phone: +9567410282
Fax: 067: -9567410391

Source: Myanma Electric Power Enterprise

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