Deadline date: 08 January 2019
In South Africa, the Ndwedwe Local Municipality invited bidders to supply and install a standby backup generator.
Charlie Farrow of Welland Power Generators commented: “Tenders such as this show even in a world where news of renewable energy is forefront, there is still little alternative to using a diesel generator for standby use. The compact, cost-effective nature of the solution, combined with the availability of fuel and ease of storage allows a diesel generator to be online quickly and run for the duration of the power outage.”
Farrow added: “In all cases, you need something that is capable of generating power, not just storing it. Top generator brands have an important role to play and will continue to do so for many years to come.”
It was estimated that bidders would have a CIDB contractor grading of 3EP.
The physical address for collection of tender documents was:
Lot 47-48 Road
P100 Ndwedwe Court House
Bidders were requested to email letters reserving the bid document to this e-mail address:
firstname.lastname@example.org as from Tuesday the 11th up to Thursday the 13th of December 2018.
Bid documents were available on a briefing session day, upon a payment of R350 non-refundable documentation fee from the office of SCM unit at NDWEDWE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY OFFICES, P100 Road lot 47- 48 Ndwedwe Courthouse.
Queries relating to the issues of tender documents may be addressed to:
Tel: 032 532 5114
Fax: 032 532 5032
Tel: 032 532 5021
Fax: 032 532 5032
A compulsory clarification meeting with representatives of the employer will take place at LOT 47-48, P100 ROAD, NDWEDWE 4342 on 19 December 2018, starting at 11h00.
The closing time for receipt of tenders was 12h00 on 08 January 2019.
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