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AAI invites bids for installation of ball balloon lights at Patna Airport

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AAI invites bids for installation of ball balloon lights at Patna Airport

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has invited a ‘two-packet-system’ bid for the installation of ball balloon lights with ad displays on them outside the terminal building at Patna’s Jayaprakash Narayan International (JPNI) Airport. The contract period is for three years.

The ‘two-packet-system’ bidding involves a technical bid and a financial bid. The earnest money deposit (EMD) required for this tender has been set at Rs 60,000.

Interested parties having a minimum of one year’s experience in installation and maintenance of ball balloon lights with proven technology and advertisement displays on its surface, or a similar type of concept of display, such as air inflated, automatic, backlit electrical systems at transportation centres like airports, seaports, railways, bus terminals, etc., shall be eligible for the contract.

Additionally, the interested parties should also possess necessary competence to supply, install, test, commission, and maintain the ball balloon lights. The successful bidders shall be required to install two ball balloon lights in the car parking area of the JPNI Airport. If more ball balloon lights are required during the licence period, the licence fee shall be increased on a pro-rata basis.

The contract shall attract a minimum reserve license fee of Rs 25,000 per ball balloon per month. Further, the quoted licence fee shall be compounded by 10 per cent every year during the contract period.


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