Wits Health Consortium

General Procurement Notice

Supply, Delivery, Commissioning & Calibration of Medical Equipment: Audio metric Booths & Digital X-ray Machines Tender No: PCT/2016/53

An open tender is hereby issued for the supply, delivery, commissioning and calibration of medical equipment, more specifically audiometer equipment including booths and digital X-ray machines, delivered to the facilities or locations selected in the following countries:

• Mozambique

• Botswana 

• Lesotho 

• Kingdom of Swaziland 

• Zambia 

• Zimbabwe 

• Tanzania 

• Namibia 

A bidder may be a private entity, a government-owned entity or any combination of such entities in the form of a Joint Venture (JV) under an existing agreement or with the intent to enter into such an agreement supported by a letter of intent. In the case of a joint venture, all members will be jointly and severally liable for the execution of the contract in accordance with the terms. The JV should nominate a representative who will have the authority to conduct all business for and on behalf of any and all the members of the JV during the bidding process and, in the event the JV is awarded the Contract, during contract execution.

The full bid document can be downloaded at www.timssa.co.za

Closing date: 22 July 2016 at 12h00 noon.

Commercial contact person: Mr Dan Mosia, Business Strategy and Development Executive, tel.(011) 274-9200, e-mail: [email protected]

Technical contact person: Dr Riedawaan Pillay, Deputy Chief of Party, tel.
(011) 274-9200, e-mail: [email protected] 

For clarification of bid contents only: Ms Robyn Hayes Badenhorst, Senior Grants Manager, e-mail: [email protected] 

Final submission date for clarification questions: 14 July 2016 answers will be published by 18 July 2016 on the TIMS website)

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