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In order to facilitate the metro commuters for last mile connectivity, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) intends to provide feeder services under North cluster by way of running Air Conditioned Electric buses. In this regard. DMRC is inviting online bids from the eligible bidders for procurement of 97 battery operated air conditioned electric buses.
Name of Work: Provision of Feeder Services under North Cluster for last mile connectivity with procurement, operation and maintenance of 16-22 seater Air Conditioned Electric (Battery Operated) Buses.
Key Details: The key details are as follows: –
Authority and place for submission of tender cost & Tender Security (EMD), seeking clarifications on tender documents and pre bid meeting shall be
The CGM/Contracts, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. 5th Floor, A-Wing, Metro Bhawan, Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi –110001 Tel : 011-23415838
Date & Time of opening of Financial Bid will be informed later on, e-procurement site after the evaluation of Technical Bids (Only to the Bidders who will successfully qualify the Technical Evaluation).
Click here to read more details.
After awarding the work, the bidder will be responsible to;
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