Tender for Air Surveillance System Maintenance

The Ministry of National Defense of Guatemala tenders preventive and corrective maintenance for the components that comprise the air surveillance system.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Guatemala Government Purchase 9309934:

"Tenderers must consider that the work will be executed during March , April, May, August and November, in accordance with the specifications. Maintenance work must not exceed December 5th, 2019.

The proposals will have to consider the geographical location of the different Radar Control Posts where the maintenance works will be performed."

Deadline for receipt of tenders: January 9th, 2019.

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