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MSRDC invites tenders for OOH advertising rights in Mumbai

27-May-2013
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MSRDC invites tenders for OOH advertising rights in Mumbai

The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has invited agencies for multiple sites across Mumbai. Online tenders are invited by MSRDC from interested agencies for grant of permission to display advertisements on the vertical faces of the superstructure of the obligatory span of the L&T flyover and LBS Marg (Gandhi Nagar) flyover in Mumbai region for five-year lease/contract period.

The hoarding structure on the site is owned by MSRDC and same is being offered as-is-where-is basis and as-is-where-as condition.

MSRDC has also invited agencies for grant of permission to display advertisement on the hoardings on the vertical faces of the superstructure of the obligatory spans of five other flyovers in Mumbai region for three-year contract period.

The government body has also called interested agencies for grant of permission to display advertisement on four hoarding structures at Segment 3 and 4 under the Mahim Interchange for five-year contract period as per the details given below:

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