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ZERA issues notice of invitation to tender


ZERA issues notice of invitation to tender. The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has flighted tenders for solar thermal installations training services; supply and delivery of LPG density meter, and supply and delivery of portable density meters. Pindula News presents the notice issued by ZERA.

1. Goods and Services Required
ZERA is inviting proposals from reputable companies for the provision of the following;

Tender Number Description Closing Date

ZERA COMP 18/2021 Solar Thermal Installations Training Service 3 December 2021
ZERA COMP 19/2021 Supply and delivery of 2x LPG Density Meter 3 December 2021
ZERA COMP 20/2021 Supply and delivery of 3x Portable Density Meters 3 December 2021

2. Details of Bidding Documents
The bidding documents are available to interested bidders upon request on the following e-mail tenders@zera.co.zw or alternatively visit our website and download the document.

3. Submission of Bidding Documents
Tenders must be enclosed in a sealed envelope on the outside with the advertised tender number, the description, and closing date and must be delivered by hand to The Head Procurement Management Unit, 14.a. Floor, Century Towers, 45 Samora Machel Avenue, Harare on or before 10:O0hrs on the closing date. Due to Covid-19 regulations, there will be no tender opening meeting.

Source – Pindula News

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