Tender: POST-Panamax Cranes for $21 million

A tender will be held in Costa Rica for the supply and commissioning of two Post - Panamax container cranes for the port of Moin.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Government Purchase 2015LN-000001-01 Costa Rica:

"PUBLIC TENDER NOTICE NO.2015LN-000001-01 FOR SUPPLY AND COMMISSIONING OF TWO POST PANAMA SHIP CRANES FOR THE TERMINAL GASTON KOGAN KOGAN (PUERTO MOIN)."

The deadline for submission of bids is March 20, 2015.

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Government Purchase 2015LN-000002-01 Costa Rica:

PUBLIC "TENDER # 2015LN-000002-01 SUPPLY OF MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT AND LABOR FOR: 1. RAIL SYSTEM INSTALLATION FOR TRANSFER OF POST-PANAMAX CRANES. 2. PROTECTION DUCT FOR HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE (PANZERBELT). 3. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR OPERATION OF POST-PANAMAX CRANES

The deadline for submission of bids is March 12, 2015.

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José Guillermo López Suáres is the president of CEPA, the state's port authority.

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