International Tender: Police Equipment

The National Police Force in Nicaragua is putting out to tender a supply of means of transportation and terminal equipment to extend radio communication coverage.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Nicaragua Government Purchase 149/2017: 
 
"Acquisition of means of transport for strengthening the emergency system, operational capabilities and road safety of the National Police Force.
 
Means of transport required: 
 
Lot 1: 4x4 double cab vans, 4x4 single cab vans and cars
Lot 2: mountain motorcycles and police motorcycle for transit 
Lot 3: minivans buses, minibuses for 30 passengers and minibus for 25 passengers
Lot 4: boats with outboard motor."
 
The deadline for receipt of bids is August 21, 2017.
 
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Nicaragua Government Purchase 150/2017: 
 
"Acquisition of terminal equipment for the improvement and extension of coverage of the radio communication system of the National Police Force.
 
The international public tender process is a single lot consisting of the delivery of the following pieces of equipment:
 
- 177 Base stations
- 197 Mobile stations
-1700 Portable units."
 
The deadline for receipt of bids is August 21, 2017.
 
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