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AP Road Transport Corp invites applications for various media formats

21-July-2010
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AP Road Transport Corp invites applications for various media formats

The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) has invited applications for appointing ad agencies for a wide range of media formats. The earnest money deposit (EMD) required ranges from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 5 lakh, based on the different categories of displays.

A large variety of media properties are up for grabs through this tender, which include: a) Display of advertisements on specified locations inside the Metro express buses of Hyderabad city zone; b) Advertisements on special type buses such as super luxury and deluxe of Kadapa zone; c) Advertisements on APSRTC e-ticketing webpage by utilising earmarked space with dimension of 250px X 250px on the home page; d) Providing grab handles and advertisement rights in the buses of Hyderabad Rural, Karimnagar, Kadappa and Vijainagram zones.

The EMD required for items A, B, C and D is Rs 3 lakh, Rs 5 lakh, Rs 5 lakh and Rs 4 lakh (Rs 1 lakh for each zone), respectively. The applicants will be required to submit separate applications for each of the above contracts and for each zone along with the requisite EMD.

The tender forms can be purchased from the office of the Chief Commercial Officer, 2nd floor, B-block, Bus Bhavan, Mushirabad, Hyderabad on payment of Rs 1,120 through a demand draft in favour of Financial Adviser, APSRTC till July 28, 2010.

In case the documents are downloaded from the website, the applicants will be required to deposit a demand draft towards the document fee along with the submission of the bid.

Tender forms should reach the above mentioned office by 2 pm of July 29, 2010. The tenders will be opened at 3 pm the same day.

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