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CTU offers ad rights on glow signs and hoardings in Chandigarh

09-September-2010
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CTU offers ad rights on glow signs and hoardings in Chandigarh

Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) has invited offers in two parts, comprising a technical bid and a price bid, offering ad rights on hoardings, glow signs and boards at ISBT, Sector-17, Chandigarh, on license basis. These rights are being offered for a period of one year. The EMD required for this tender is Rs 1 lakh.

Interested parties shall be required to quote their rates on ‘per-month-per-contract’ basis for all or any one of these contracts for a period of one year.

Applicants will have to submit a demand draft for Rs 1 lakh towards EMD along with the bids. The demand draft should be drawn on any scheduled bank at Chandigarh, favouring the Divisional Manager, CTU & Director Transport, UT, Chandigarh.

Interested individuals and companies can obtain the price bid forms and detailed terms and conditions of the contract from the website or from the office of the Divisional Manager, CTU & Director Transport, on any working day between 9 am and 5 pm.

The offers in sealed cover, super scribed ‘Tender for the display of advertisement site for hoarding/ glow sign boards at ISBT, Sector - 17, Chandigarh’, should reach the office of the Divisional Manager, CTU & Director Transport, UT, 701, Industrial Area, Phase - I, Chandigarh, by 2 pm on September 24, 2010.Technical bids shall be opened at 3 pm the same day.

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