Tender for Vehicles in the Dominican Republic

The Sistema Nacional de Atencion a Emergencias y Seguridad 911 tenders the supply of different types of vehicles.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

The Sistema Nacional de Atencion a Emergencias y Seguridad 911 tenders the supply of different types of vehicles.
 
Dominican Republic Government Purchase 911-CCC-LPN-2021-0003:
"Detail of vehicles required:
-12 vans
-7 double cab vans
-3 buses of 30 to 35 passengers
-1 minibus of 15 to 18 passengers
-1 SUV type vehicle."

Reference value: $1,174,135.

Deadline for receipt of bids: May 24, 2021.

See tender.

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