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Western Railway offers ad rights for suburban section of entire Mumbai div

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Western Railway offers ad rights for suburban section of entire Mumbai div

The Mumbai Division of Western Railway has invited sealed tenders under the ‘two-packet’ system for awarding bulk ad rights for suburban section of the entire Mumbai division. The ad rights are being offered on a variety of display formats, including, hoardings, unipoles, boards, glow signs, neon signs, video walls, scrollers, electronic moving displays, tri visions, showcases, balloons, LCD, LED and plasma screens, boundary wall paintings, bill kiosk boxes, and so on.

The locations on which the ads shall be displayed include station platforms, concourses of booking offices and PRS centers, circulating areas, approaches to stations, foot over bridges, railway depots, railway bridges, boundary walls and level crossing gates, etc.

The contract attracts a minimum reserve price of Rs 34.74 crore for the first year and the EMD required is Rs 69.48 lakh.

Tender forms can be obtained from the Office of the Divisional Commercial Manager, Divisional Railway Manager's Office, Western Railway, Mumbai Central, Mumbai – 400008, on all working days up to 12 pm of September 28, 2010, on payment of Rs 25,000, through a bank draft issued in favour of FA & CAO, Western Railway, Churchgate.

A pre-bid meeting will be held on September 7, 2010 at 3 pm at the CCM’s office, Second Floor, Station Building, Churchgate, Mumbai - 400020. Completed tender forms need to be submitted latest by 2.30 pm on September 28, 2010. The technical bids will be opened the same day at 3 pm.


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