$5 Million in Land Adjustment

In the Dominican Republic, 444,000 land tasks are being prepared for cutting and crossing.

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Dominican Republic Government purchase AGRICULTURA-CCC-LR-2020-0001:

"For the execution of these works the following must be provided:

- Provide tractors with the quality, conditions and capacity for the works considered in this tender, which are provided with independent power take-off, three-point linkage with hydraulic control of lifting, hydraulically assisted steering, disc brakes on the rear wheels, complete 12-volt electrical equipment and driver's seat with suspension and adjustable position.
- Tractors with minimum capacity of 95 HP.
- Arrangement of plows (harrow) containing 16 integrated disks for cutting work.
- Ploughing arrangement (harrow) containing 20 integrated discs for crossing works.
- A depth of cut is demanded in the plow in a range between 15 to 20 cm of depth."

Reference value: $4,877,862.

Deadline for receipt of offers: November 20, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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