Sale

CLOSING DATE
SALE NO.
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
LOCATION
CONTACT FOR VIEWING

Tuesday 23rd May, 2017

TIME: 1:30 P.M.

  

 

   

 

  

10-17

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Defective Pole Mounted Transformer
T&TEC Point Fortin Depot, 71-81 Point Fortin Main Road,New Village, Point Fortin
Mr. Roydon Jailal / Mr. Davan Deoraj Contact No. 657-7281 Exts. 3190/3208
- 50 kVA
17
- 25 kVA
3
- 37.5 kVA
4
- 75 kVA
5
Old Defective and Derelict Oil Circuit Breakers
8
T&TEC Point Fortin Depot, 71-81 Point Fortin Main Road,New Village, Point Fortin
Mr. Naresh Jeewan Contact No. 657-7281 Ext. 3192
Disposal of Derelict & Obsolete Vehicles
18
172- 184 Gasparillo By-pass Road, Reform Village, Gasparillo Ms. Lennette Buffong
Contact No. 650-5199 Exts. 4930/4932

Tuesday 20th June, 2017

TIME: 1:30 P.M.

13-17

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Disposal of Scrap Wire
1 heap
Main Road, Signal Hill, Tobago (opposite the Health Department Building) Mr. Delmon Thomas/ Jason Williams Contact No. 639-2541 Ext. 5315 or 399-4404/291-2760
Disposal of Scrap Wire
1 heap
T&TEC Distribution Central, Main Compound, Lisas Boulevard,
Point Lisas
Mr. Anthony Ramdath Contact No. 636-2107 Ext. 9192

CONDITIONS OF SALE

  1. Sale submissions MUST be place in the Tenders Box, provided in the lobby of the Supplies Department, LP #846 Southern main road, King Village, California, Trinidad and Tobago.  This can be done on any working day of the week (Monday – Friday) but not later than 1:30 p.m. on the respective closing dates.
  2. Each bid must be SEPARATELY enclosed in a PROPERLY, SEALED ENVELOPE with the SALE NUMBER CLEARLY MARKED ON THE FACE.
  3. All bids will be subject to V.A.T. but should be exclusive of V.A.T.
  4. The Commission does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
  5. It is the Commission’s practice not to enter into negotiations after awards have been made.
  6. Tenderers are required to make a refundable deposit of ten percent (10%) of their bid price at the time of tendering by way of a certified cheque.  Cheques will be returned to the unsuccessful tenderers.  Winning tenderers who cancel their bids will not be refunded their deposits.
  7. Tenderers are required to visit the location and view the items as bids tendered will be final and the items are being sold on an “as is”, “where is” basis.
  8. Tenderers visiting the locations are required to be outfitted with the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which includes safety boots, helmets and reflector vests. No Tenderer will be allowed on site, unless properly outfitted.
  9. Prospective tenderers may be asked to submit a plan for disposal of the item or  may have to undergo a safety audit before the sale is awarded.
  10. THE SUCCESSFUL TENDERER WILL BE REQUIRED TO REMOVE ALL ITEMS FROM THE COMPOUND WITHIN SEVEN (7) WORKING DAYS OF BEING AWARDED THE TENDER. IN THE CASE OF TRANSFORMERS, ANY SPILLAGE OF TRANSFORMER OIL WHILE REMOVING WILL HAVE TO BE MOPPED UP WITH THE APPLICATION OF AN ADEQUATE ABSORBENT PILLOW PROVIDED BY THE AWARDEE.
  11. The Tenderer must ensure that all their personnel are equipped with the appropriate PPE upon arriving at the site to remove the item. An onsite safety orientation may be administered prior to removing the item.
  12. Tenderers are required to show proof of registration with the Ministry of Trade as a scrap dealer on submission of bids.
  13. On removal of the item, the contractor must ensure that the area is left in a clean and safe manner with all debris being removed.