Bahrain opens 54 bids for eight tenders


Bahrain's Tender Board has opened a total of 54 bids for eight tenders for six purchasing authorities. Of these, three were for the designing of exhibition stands in Riyadh, Dubai and Moscow and one for upgradation of a major street in the kingdom.

Bahrain's Tender Board, the independent regulator of the kingdom's procurement activities, has
 opened a total of 54 bids related to eight tenders for six purchasing authorities.

Three tenders were opened for Bahrain Tourism & Exhibition Authority (BTEA). The first, which was for set-up, design, fabrication and build-up of exhibition stand in Riyadh and Dubai, received nine bids.

The second tender was for set-up, design, fabrication, build-up, delivery and dismantling of exhibition stand in MITT Moscow, which received seven bids.

The third was for contracting with tourism offices from the Russian federation to attract tourist groups to the Kingdom of Bahrain and to develop and propose a strategic marketing plan,  andfour bids were received for this tender, said the statement from the Tender Board.

One tender was opened for the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning (Works Affairs), which was related to upgradation of Imam Hussain Street - Complex No. 302, and seven bids were received for this tender, it added.

Another was for Bahrain Authority for Culture & Antiquities regarding the excavation, survey and management of archaeological sites, and five bids were received for providing Health Insurance for the staff.

Another tender was opened for Isa Cultural Centre for cleaning and maintenance at the centre, and 14 bids were received, said the statement.

Meanwhile, one tender was opened for the Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), for providing consulting services to implement Commercial Intelligence (BI) and analysis solutions. Five bids were received for this.

Another  tender was opened for Bahrain Airport Company to Supply of Liquid Explosive Detection System (LEDS), and three bids were received, it added.-TradeArabia News Service