Nicaragua: Bus Contract Not Yet Awarded

BCIE reported that it is still analyzing the information submitted by companies participating on the bid.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

The proposals received were from DINA Camiones S.A. and Zapata Camiones S.A.

Country manager of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE), Edda Magaly Melendez, said that “some of the analysis is performed by the international consulting firm specialized in technical, legal, financial and urban transport, Akiris de Colombia SA, which was hired by the BCIE to evaluate the information submitted by the Mexican companies participating in the bidding”, writes.

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Honduran Transmetro To be Tendered in September

May 2011

Backed by $30 million from the BID, September will see the beginning of the bidding process for the urban transport system in the Honduran capital.

The Transmetro project consists of installing a dedicated line along which a two-car articulated bus will run.

The first stage of the project will include a 9 km tract from the National Stadium to the Colina Kennedy passing through the through Central American Boulevard.

Nicaragua: Bus Contract Not Yet Awarded

July 2010

Two companies presented offers for the supply of 350 buses to the capital's public transport system.

Managua's public transport regulator, Irtramma, stated that the winning company will be anounced next week. The two companies that submitted proposals were DINA Camiones, S.A. and Zapata Camiones, S.A..

Metro Bus Bidding Pushed Back in Panama

April 2010

According to the new schedule, companies interested in developing and operating the new public bus transportation system called “Metro Bus” must submit their proposals on May 26.

The Executive Transport Commission changed the bidding rules to allow the participation of more companies, in response to a request from international consortiums interested in the project.

Nicaragua: Companies Bid For Supplying Buses

March 2010

Mercedes Benz and Grupo Dina submitted their bids for the purchase of 350 buses for the country's mass transportation system.

The winning company will be announced by the end of may, explained Francisco Alvarado, director of the transport authority of Managua (Irtramma).

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