The Lebanese Council to Resist Violence Against Woman (LECORVAW), is local NGO at Tripoli, looks towards a society free of all forms of violence governed by democratic relations between the family members and within the society as a whole, a society that ensures equality, justice and dignity to all its citizens where all members of this society can live equally in a democratic environment free of all forms of violence and discrimination.

 

LECORVAW invites qualified companies to submit a quotation  for providing "Fuel Services" for the course of one (1) year. The Request for quotation (RFQ) containing invitation to tender.

Only bidders will be accepted in this bid who will submit the legal paper:

  1. Legal Status including Bidder Registration in Country, Certificate of registration/incorporation, Tax and VAT Compliance.
  2. Financial Standing with ability to perform the commitments in the contract.
  3. Minimum Five (5) years’ experience in the provision of Fuel
  4. Bid Validity period. Additional experience with NGOs is a bonus.
  5. Availability of stations

 

How to apply

LECORVAW invites the companies of vehicles rental to submit two (2) files by email (EMail Subject: LECORVAW- RFQ - FUEL) to:

Samira Al Ech (Procurement Officer)

Ziad Kaddour (Senior Finance Officer)

or in our Center, one for the legal paper and one for the RFQ.

Contact person for RFQ collection is Ms. Samira Al Ech (Office hours are 8:00 am - 4:00 pm from Monday till Friday).

The quotation must be submitted in the format of two sealed envelopes marked “LECORVAW – Fuel – Technical Quotation and Financial Quotation” and hand delivered to our address or by email before the extended deadline on 27 January 2023 at 4:00.

No quotation will be accepted after this time.

 

Emails:

[email protected]

[email protected]       

k[email protected]

 

Address: Tripoli – Amin Mokadem Street – Abed Al Wahab building – Second Floor

Expired
Deadline
Friday, 27. Jan 2023
Type of Call
Calls for Tenders
Intervention Sector(s):
Gender issues, Human Rights & Protection
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