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INVITATION TO TENDER

Tender Reference: TD 17/002/MDG-NG

Tender Title: Vehicle Rental Service Providers for Frame Work Agreement for the period of 6 Months in Borno and Adamawa States North East Nigeria

Date: 14/11/2017

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Oxfam is a registered International Non-Governmental Organization. It is a member of Oxfam International, an international confederation of 18 organizations working together in 98 countries with partners and other allies around the world. Oxfam focuses its activities on providing a comprehensive response to poverty, working cohesively in the four areas that constitute its identity: development cooperation, humanitarian action, fair trade, social mobilization, campaigns and education for global citizenship.

Oxfam is conducting a restricted tender process and invites your submission of a tender to provide Oxfam, within their requirements for Vehicle rental services as per the conditions detailed in the Tender Dossier.

Tender dossier would be sent to you via the email address: [email protected], or you can pick hard copy form in Oxfam Offices in the following locations:
1. Maiduguri, -10, Tafawa Road, Off Christian Cemetery Road, Old GRA
2. Mubi – Oxfam Office Mubi Adamawa State, Nigeria
3. Damboa – Oxfam Office Damboa, Opposite Old First Bank Building
4. Pulka – Oxfam Office
5. Gwoza – Oxfam Office Opposite Humanitarian Hub

Requests for clarification may be submitted by email through the procurement mail above. Request for clarification and response will be open until the 30th November, 2017 by 5pm after which no request shall be taken again.

The deadline for submission of tenders is 6th December, 2017 at 5pm after which no submission will be granted.

Oxfam does not bind itself to award the tender to the lowest bidder, Oxfam reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the tender.

We look forward to receiving tender from you and thank you for your interest in our account.

Yours sincerely,
OXFAM Logistics Department
Contact Patrick Folorunso: 09078152181

SOURCE: DAILY TRUST