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EMSA/NEG/11/2017

  • Published
    01.03.2017
  • Deadline
    20.03.2017

Provision of Interim Services for the European Maritime Safety Agency -deadline extended-


 

Please be informed that the deadline for submission of tenders, originally set to 13/03/2017 (16:00 Lisbon time), is hereby extended until 20/03/2017 (16:00 Lisbon time).

Please note that in point 2 of the Invitation to Tender, where it reads ‘Tenderers who wish to submit an offer are invited to send a bid to EMSA no later than 16.00 (Lisbon time) on 13 March 2017. The offer should be duly signed by the authorised representative, scanned and submitted by e-mail to the following address: NEG112017@emsa.europa.eu. The size of the mail may not exceed 12 Mb per one email. Please note that an original hard copy of the offer including all accompanying documentation will be requested from the company to which the contract is awarded.’

It should read ‘Tenderers who wish to submit an offer are invited to send a bid to EMSA no later than 16.00 (Lisbon time) on 20 March 2017. The offer should be duly signed by the authorised representative, scanned and submitted by e- to the following address: NEG112017@emsa.europa.eu. The size of the mail may not exceed 12 Mb per one email. Please note that an original hard copy of the offer including all accompanying documentation will be requested from the company to which the contract is awarded.’

 

 

 

 

 

 

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