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Cantonment Board Meerut offers ad rights for various outdoor properties

12-August-2010
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Cantonment Board Meerut offers ad rights for various outdoor properties

The office of the Cantonment Board, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, has invited different tenders for installation of hoardings, unipoles, IHPs, kiosks and display of wall paintings, banners and sun packs on a license fee basis. The contracts shall be awarded for a period of one year. The EMD required for these tenders range from Rs 10,000 to Rs 1 lakh.

The applicants shall be required to purchase separate tender forms for each category. The cost of a tender form is Rs 1,000.

Interested parties can submit separate applications to avail the tender forms latest by August 16, 2010.

The applicants shall be required to submit copies of registration certificates, service tax and income tax clearance certificates, along with their applications for tender forms.

Duly completed tender forms need to be submitted in the office of Cantonment Board, Meerut, latest by 12.30 pm on August 25, 2010. The tenders will be opened on the same day at 1 pm.

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