Tender: Heavy Equipment for $29 million

The Ministry of Public Works in Panama is putting out to tender training in the use and supply and maintenance of heavy equipment.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Panama Government Purchase 2015-0-09-0-08-AV-003855 MOP 44 - DEE - 125-2015:


The deadline for submission of bids is June 24, 2015.

Equipment to be tendered includes:
5 - Tractors LGP (Pantanal)
14 - Caterpillar tractors
31 - Graders

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