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BMTC invites sealed tenders for ads at Shivajinagar bus station

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BMTC invites sealed tenders for ads at Shivajinagar bus station

The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has invited sealed tenders from interested agencies and individuals for fixing, erection and maintenance of hoardings and display boards to display advertisements at Kengari TTMC (package-1) bus terminal and at Shivajinagar bus station (package-2). The contract shall be awarded for a period of five years for package-1 and for a period of three years for package-2.

The earnest money deposit (EMD) required for package-1 is Rs. 3 lakh whereas for package-2 it is Rs. 30,000. Applicants shall be required to submit the requisite EMD through a demand draft drawn in favour of CAO-FA, BMTC, Bangalore.

Interested parties shall be required to quote individual rates in Rupees. per month for each package.

Interested parties can obtain complete details about this tender from the office of the Chief Traffic Manager (comm.), Second Floor, KH Road, Shanthinagar, Bangalore, or through the e-procurement portal.

The applicants shall be required to submit their offers online on or before 3pm, November 10, 2010.The tenders will be opened on November 12, 2010 at 3.30pm.



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