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East Central Railway offers 5-yr sole ad rights in 88 stations

24-November-2010
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East Central Railway offers 5-yr sole ad rights in 88 stations

The Divisional Railway Manager (Commercial), East Central Railway, Danapur Division, has invited sealed open tenders under the ‘two-packet’ system for awarding sole ad rights for a period of five years. The ad rights are being offered on a variety of display formats in all 88 stations of the Danapur Division. The specified areas for ad displays include approaches to stations, circulating areas, all platforms and FOBs, shed pillars, etc.

Under the terms, the minimum reserve price for the first year has been kept as Rs 21,376,463 and the earnest money deposit (EMD) required for this tender is Rs 4.28 lakh.

Tender forms can be obtained from the office of the Senior Divisional Commercial Manager, EC Railway, Danapur, on production of money receipt of Rs 10,000 on any working day up to December 6, 2010. The money receipt can be obtained from the booking office of Patna Junction or Danapur railway station.

The tender forms can also be downloaded from the website. However, in that case, a demand draft of Rs 10,000 favouring FA & CAO, EC Railway, Hajipur, should be submitted along with the bid. The demand draft should be payable at Patna.

Duly completed tenders should be submitted latest by 3 pm on December 6, 2010. The tenders will be opened on the same day at 3.30 pm.
 

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