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Madagascar tender: Rehabilitation of electric distribution networks

Deadline date: 01 July 2019

The government of Madagascar has received funding from the World Bank and intends to use part of the proceeds for the acquisition of supply of materials for the rehabilitation of electric distribution networks of the Jirama and electric power transmission line 63kV Ambohimanambola – Antsirabe.

Jiro sy Rano Malagasy (JIRAMA) invites closed bids from eligible bidders who meet the qualifications required to provide:

  • LOT 1: Materials of lines and posts for electrical distribution networks
  • LOT 2: Materials equipment for the 63kV line Ambohimanambola – Antsirabe

Interested and eligible bidders can obtain information and read the tender documents at the address below, from 08:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 16:30 (local time).

The French tender file can be purchased by any interested bidder by making a written request to the following address with a non-refundable payment of:

Jiro sy Rano Malagasy (JIRAMA)

Direction of projects

Lot SIAG 15 Bis

13, street Rabezavana – Ambodifilao

101 – Antananarivo



Tenders must be submitted to the above address by no later than 01 July 2019

Offers must be accompanied by an offer guarantee, for an amount of:

For Lot 1: $100,000 or an equivalent amount in freely convertible currency

For Lot 2: $12,500 or an equivalent amount in freely convertible currency

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Babalwa Bungane
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