Tender for $8 Million in Fuel

The Ministry of Public Works and Communications of the Dominican Republic tenders the supply of optimal and premium diesel fuel for use by the institution.

Friday, January 31, 2020

Dominican Republic Government Purchase MOPC-CCC-LPN-2020-0002:

"The price of the fuel to be paid shall be that corresponding to the moment of satisfactory delivery of the required, based on the weekly price of the fuel established by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, provided that this delivery is made within 48 hours from the notification of the requirement, without prejudice to the penalties that may be applied contained in this tender and subsequent contract.

In addition to the per-gallon discount, which may not be less than 18 Dominican pesos and 00/100 (RD$18.00), the bidder must include in its economic offer any collateral benefit (at no additional cost) that the company may offer once it has been awarded, such as: maintenance of the dispensers, measuring rods, paste to verify the quality of the product and training of personnel, basic workshop course for the reception and handling of fuel, replacement of more modern dispensers if necessary, supply of tanks for deposits in remote locations, all of the above available at the request of the MOPC."

Reference value: $8,035,007.

Deadline for receipt of bids: March 17, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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