Award of $105 million Contract for Fuel Supply

CLH Aviación has won the tender to supply fuel and lubricants at Tocumen International Airport and at regional terminals for the next 120 months.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

From a statement issued by Tocumen International Airport:

Panama, August 29, 2017With an economic offer of $105.8 million, CLH Aviación, S.A. was awarded the contract for the service of selling, transporting and distributing fuel / lubricants for aircraft operating at Tocumen International Airport, as well as at regional terminals under its administration, for the next 120 months.
 
The Evaluation Committee of the airport company carried out the process of evaluating the proposals, considering technical and economic aspects, eventually deciding that the offer that reached the highest score in the evaluation corresponded to the company CLH Aviación, S.A.

According to the evaluation committee, the Consortium CLH Aviación, S.A. received a technical valuation of 98.9%, higher than the 85.2% given to Allied Aviation Consortium.



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