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Government Tenders Attract Strong Interest from Businesses

TDT | Manama     

The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com

A total of 66 companies competed for 14 tenders issued by nine government entities in Bahrain, highlighting the keen interest from businesses in securing government contracts.

The tenders covered a diverse range of projects and services, including the management of a beach club, the maintenance of a wooden walkway bridge, and the supply of various goods and services.

Bapco Tenders Attract Competitive Bids:

Among the most notable tenders were those issued by Bapco, the national oil company of Bahrain.

The company received bids from multiple companies for four separate tenders, including the supply of gas compression units, liquid and compressed nitrogen, spare parts, and manpower services. The bids ranged from a low of 3,000 dinars to a high of 1.3 million dinars.

Public Infrastructure Projects Draw Interest:

The Ministry of Works also issued a tender for the repair of a pumping station, attracting bids from two companies.

The Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority sought bids for the maintenance of its IT infrastructure, receiving proposals from three companies with bids ranging from 24,000 to 44,000 dinars.

Other Notable Tenders:

The Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) received bids from five companies for a tender to outsource meter reading services, with bids ranging from 269,000 to 736,000 dinars.

The Supreme Council for Environment received bids from five companies for the repair and maintenance of a wooden walkway bridge in the Dohat Arad Park and Reserve, with bids ranging from 39,000 to 93,000 dinars.

Gulf Air issued a tender for aircraft disinfection services, attracting bids from three companies.
Meanwhile, Bilaj Al Jazayer, a real estate development company, invited bids from companies specialising in beach club management for the operation of its beach club, receiving proposals from two companies with bids of 144,000 and 186,000 dinars, respectively.

The Constitutional Court received bids from 12 companies for the supply of desktop and laptop computers, with bids ranging from 18,000 to 25,000 dinars.