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Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission
Sale submissions are invited for the purchase of the following used items:
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
1. Tenders MUST be placed in the Tender Box, provided in the lobby of the
Supplies Department LP #846 Southern Main Road, King Village, California,
Trinidad and Tobago.This can be done on any working day of the week (Monday
- Friday) but not later than 1:30p.m. on the respective closing dates.
2. Each bid must be SEPARATELY enclosed in a PROPERLY, SEALED ENVELOPE with
the SALE NUMBER CLEARLY MARKED ON THE FACE.
3. All bids will be subject to V.A.T. but should be exclusive of V.A.T.
4. The Commission does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
5. It is the Commission's practice not to enter into negotiations after awards have
CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 24th February 2015
TIME: 1:30 P.M.
For further information, please refer
to our website: www.ttec.co.tt
6. Tenderers are required to make a refundable deposit
of ten percent (10%) of their bid price at the time of
tendering by way of a certified cheque. Cheques will
be returned to the unsuccessful tenderers. Winning
tenderers who cancel their bids will not be refunded
7. Tenderers are required to visit the location and view
the items as bids tendered will be final and the items
are being sold on an "as is", "where is" basis.
8. Tenderers visiting the locations are required to be
outfitted with the appropriate Personal Protective
Equipment (PPE), which includes safety boots, helmets
and reflector vests. No Tenderer will be allowed on site,
unless properly outfitted.
9. Prospective tenderers may be asked to submit a plan
for disposal of the item, or may have to undergo a
safety audit before the sale is awarded.
10. THE SUCCESSFUL TENDERER WILL BE REQUIRED TO
REMOVE ALL ITEMS FROM THE COMPOUND WITHIN
SEVEN (7) WORKING DAYS OF BEING AWARDED THE
TENDER. IN THE CASE OF TRANSFORMERS, ANY
SPILLAGE OF TRANSFORMER OIL WHILE REMOVING
WILL HAVE TO BE MOPPED UP WITH THE APPLICATION
OF AN ADEQUATE ABSORBENT PILLOW PROVIDED BY
11. The Tenderer must ensure that all their personnel are
equipped with the appropriate PPE upon arriving at
the site to remove the item. An onsite safety
orientation may be administered prior to removing
12. Tenderers are required to show proof of registration
with the Ministry of Trade as a scrap dealer on
submission of bids.
13. On removal of the item, the contractor must ensure
that the area is left in a clean and safe manner with all
debris being removed
Defective Pole Mounted
Date: Tuesday 10th
Time: 10:00 A.M.
465 T&TEC Central
Defective Pole Mounted
Defective auto reclosure
and power transformers
13 Items Eastern
Richard "Shaka" Roy got the lone goal as
Defence Force edged Japs North East Stars
1-0 to climb to third spot on the Digicel
T&T Pro League table at the Marvin Lee
Stadium, Macoya on Saturday night.
With the win, the "Teteron Boys" improved
to 16 points from nine matches, one behind
defending champions DirecTV W Connection
which has a match in hand, while Central FC
leads with 20 and Stars slipped to fourth with
14.Roy made no mistake from close up when
he directed Josimar Belgrave s pass into the
back of goalkeeper Cleon John s net.
This, after Belgrave dispossessed defender
Dwane James, who was replaced by coach
Angus Eve shortly afterwards, wide of the
area before finding his teammate near goal.
Stars then threw everything (including a
stoppage time penalty shout waved off by
referee Cecil Hinds) at the Defence Force in
search of an equaliser which never came .
In the night s other match, T&T Pro League
all-time leading scorer Kerry Baptiste (125
goals) scored on either side in Play Whe San
Juan Jabloteh s 2-2 draw with Police.
Police took a 1-0 advantage over Jabloteh
in the 19th minute when Noel Williams set
up wide attacking midfielder Kerry Frederick
for a free run towards goal before the latter
slipped the ball past goalkeeper Raheem Bel-
grave, who was hung out to dry by his defence.
But ten minutes later Baptiste levelled the
scores, beating Adrian Foncette on the other
end from just inside the area after an errant
clearance by the Police goalkeeper fell to him.
Then on the 51st minute, Baptiste completed
his double, with only his third league goal
this season, for a 2-1 Jabloteh lead after he
was picked out by Fabian Reid and struck
past Foncette at the near post.
Baptiste was inches wide of a third item
on the night in the 65th minute with a free-
kick some 24-yards out but it swerved too
early for the double goal scorer s liking.
However a Jabloteh win was scrapped by
former player Williams who scored in the
73rd minute, tying the match at 2-2.
Williams made up for a bundle of misses
by teammate Jameel Perry by composing
himself inside the area on meeting substitute
Marcus Chandool s ball and hitting past a
hapless Cleon John.
With the points shared Jabloteh and Police
continues to occupy positions seventh and
eight respectively with ten points each after
The DPL will resume next weekend with
a top of the table clash between Central FC
and W Connection in Round Two Match Day
The weekend will also see community based
teams North East Stars against Point Fortin
Civic, and Police against Defence Force in a
battle of the armed forces. Cellar positioned
St Ann s Rangers will also be in action against
Jabloteh, while Caledonia are on the bye.
Goal attack, Joelisa Cooper showed little mercy
on her former team-mates as Police cooled Fire
Service 47-31 in their opening Courts All Sector
Netball League Premier Division encounter at the
Eastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Orange
Grove Road, Tacarigua on Saturday.
Cooper finished with 35 goals from 44 attempts
for the Law-women who trailed 8-13 and 19-22
at the end of the first two quarters before taking
a 30-28 lead at the end of the third from which
they never let up.
Jenice Mc Intosh added seven from nine, and
Gurshier Grant, five from five for Police to spoil
the start of its title-defence by Fire Service which
got 19 from 28 by Cooper s national team-mate
Afeisha Noel, and 12 from 19 by former national
stand-out Simone Morgan in the loss.
Earlier on in the opening Premier Division contest,
national youth player and senior women s basket-
baller Samantha Wallace and her University of T&T
team-mates crushed debutants, Tobago House of
Wallace was near-perfect scoring 30 of her 38
attempts and goal attack, Kalifa Mc Collin, alsoa
national player added 13 from 20 for UTT, which
had leads of 13-4, 21-8 and 34-12 over the first
Nakita Spence and Natasha Radgman both scored
five goas for THA, while Abeni Taylor chipped in
Fire Service had much better fortunes in the
Championship Division as it started its title defence
by scorching Police Y 48-30.
The main contributors for the Firewomen were
former national youth team duo Aquila Blugh and
Nariba Grant with 37 from 51 and 11 of 25 respec-
tively, while Jiselle Navarro got 16 from 28 and
Giselle Norton 11 of 16 for Police Y.
The first Championship Division duel, was much
closer as Police X squeezed past San Juan Jabloteh
43-40 thanks to Patrice Goring s 31 goals from 40
attempts and the experienced Beverly Hernandez,
12 of 15.
And in the opening match on Saturday, an Alter-
native Division match-up, TSTT scolded Police
65-10 inspired by Chantael Perry s 46 goals from
56 attempts and Sophia Harper with 19 from 25.
Defence Force 1 (Richard Roy 9th) vs North
East Stars 0
Jabloteh 2 (Kerry Baptiste 29th, 51st) vs Police
FC 2 (Kerry Fredericks 19th, Noel Williams
DefenceForce 9 5 1 3 15 13 16
NorthEastStars 9 4 2 3 8 6 14
PtFortinCivic 9 3 2 4 18 17 11
Roy fires D/Force to 3rd spot
Defence Force's Jamali Garcia, right, out jumps Japs
North East Stars' Russell Alfred to win a header in
their Digicel T&T Pro League match at the Marvin
Lee Stadium, Macoya, on Saturday evening. Defence
Force won 1-0. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS
Cooper cools Fire
in All Sectors
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