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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, May 4, 2015
TO PROVIDE POINT OF SALE SOLUTION FOR THE RETAIL DIVISION OF THE
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO POSTAL CORPORATION (TTPOST)"
1. The Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost) invites Tenders from suitably qualified Firms
for the following:
• FAC/IT:05/15- To Provide Point of Sale Solution for the Retail Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Postal
2. Tender Documents can be obtained during the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. (Monday to Friday) at the
Procurement Department located at the National Mail Centre, 240-250 Golden Grove Road, Piarco
350462, Trinidad and Tobago.
3. Tenders are to remain valid for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) daysfrom the closing date of the
Tender and must be accompanied by:
(i) Valid Income Tax Certificate (where applicable)
(ii) Valid VAT Clearance Certificate (applicable)
Both (i) and (ii) must be dated not more than six (6) months prior to the date fixed for the
close of Tenders.
4. The original (1) and four (4) copies of the Tender should be placed in sealed envelope(s), addressed to
The Chairman, Tenders Committee, Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation, National Mail Centre,
240-250, Golden Grove Road, 350462, Trinidad and Tobago, clearly marked on the outside:-
"TO PROVIDE POINT OF SALE SOLUTION FOR THE RETAIL DIVISION
OF THE TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO POSTAL CORPORATION (TTPOST)"
5. Envelope(s) must be deposited in the Marked Tender Box located in the Procurement Department, at the
address stated above not later than 2.00 p.m. on 28th May, 2015 local time, Courier and/or Registered
Mail would be accepted. Tenders submitted after this deadline will not be accepted.
Tenderers should note that the dimension of the SLOT in the Tenders Box is 30cm x 5cm and as such,
tenders should be packaged accordingly.
Tenders would be opened within a reasonable time on the date of which Tenders received. Tenderers
would be informed of the time of bid opening.
6. Any questions or queries regarding this Tender shall be addressed to the Procurement Manager, as
appearing above, during normal business hours or via Tel. (1-868-669-5361 x 230) facsimile message sent
to fax number (1-868-669-7666) or email email@example.com.
7. TTPost does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
8. TTPost reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or even partially, without defraying any
cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
Ajinkya Rahane s serene unbeaten 91 off 54 balls
helped return Rajasthan Royals to winning ways,
and returned the tournament s orange cap to him.
He had a 52-run opening stand with Shane Watson,
then struck up a 113-run partnership with Karun
Nair, as Royals strode to 189 for 2.
Delhi Daredevils sputtered in response, losing both
openers early, and leaving themselves too many to
score in the second half of the innings. The chase
petered out during the middle overs, and Daredevils
eventually fell 14 runs short.
Rahane was flowing from early on in his innings,
stroking Zaheer Khan through the covers in the fifth
over before sending Nathan Coulter-Nile to the leg-
side boundary with a flick of the wrists next over.
Shane Watson bludgeoned and hacked with mixed
success, until he edged Angelo Mathews behind, but
Rahane was rarely troubled by seam movement, as
he played late and continued to rely on timing over
power. Mathews nagging
seamers presented the
greatest threat to the bats-
men on the fresh Brabourne
Stadium pitch. Rahane s
one major indiscretion
came against him in the
11th over, when on 34, he
toe-ended a ball aerially
over cover, but survived when Gurinder Sandhu
grassed the catch in the deep.
Daredevils will rue dropping Karun Nair too. The
pair made brisk progress through the middle period,
finding the boundary almost every over, as the Dare-
devils seamers continued to bowl too short. Rahane
reached his half-century, off 36 balls, with a sub-
limely-timed pull for six off Coulter-Nile in the 15th
over. Nair sped to the milestone himself two overs
later, when he slammed Sandhu over the midwicket
boundary, then cracked him for fours off successive
balls. With the score on 149 for 1 after the 17th over,
both batsmen launched the attack that would ensure
the excellent foundation would become an imposing
score. Of all the strokes Rahane hit this evening, the
two consecutive lofted straight drives off Zaheer in
the 18th over were perhaps the prettiest, so economical
was he with his movement.
...Mumbai continues repair job
Mumbai Indians continued to repair damage
caused by a poor start to the season, winning their
third game in a row to add to the mid-table pile-
up of teams on eight or nine points.
Kings XI Punjab, after a seventh defeat in nine
matches, were all but out of the tournament, lan-
guishing at the bottom at least four points behind
Mumbai s push to a 23-run victory was begun by
their openers Parthiv Patel and Lendl Simmons, who
set up the score of 172 with a partnership of 111 in
12.2 overs. Though they did not have a strong finish
to the innings because Kings XI s seamers found the
blockhole regularly, Mumbai had done enough to
challenge a struggling batting order. David Miller
posed a brief threat but his form was nowhere near
enough to overcome Lasith Malinga and Mitchell
McClenaghan s nous at the death.
Kings XI suffered another failure despite revamping
the team that had been crushed in Delhi. They made
four changes, bringing in M Vijay because Manan
Vohra was sick, and replacing Shaun Marsh, Thisara
Perera and Shardul Thakur with Glenn Maxwell,
Mitchell Johnson and Karanveer Singh.
Johnson and Maxwell, however, had extremely
poor games. Mumbai were 28 for 0 in four overs
when Johnson came on to bowl, only to be taken
apart by Parthiv. His first over contained a ramp for
six, and a flick and cover drive for boundaries. Maxwell
could have ended Parthiv s innings on 22 but he
goofed up a simple run-out opportunity. Parthiv
went on to punish Johnson again, scoring 28 off nine
deliveries in the bowler s first two overs.
Simmons had started smoothly too, glancing several
deliveries from Sandeep Sharma and Anureet Singh
off his pads to collect boundaries
to fine leg. Mumbai were 72 for
0 after eight overs when George
Bailey tried to rouse his men with
a pep talk during the strategic
time-out, but his words were
unheeded. Sandeep mis-fielded
at point and allowed a boundary
in the very next over, later in the
piece Virender Sehwag dropped
a simple skier and Vijay allowed
another boundary. Parthiv got to
his 50---four of his six IPL half-
centuries are against Kings XI---
off 32 balls, and then smashed
Maxwell on to the sightscreen.
Soon after Parthiv fell, Simmons
brought up his fifty, off 38 balls.
Mumbai had plenty of wickets
in hand for a late surge but it
never came. With Johnson
returning for two accurate overs
and Sandeep and Anureet bowl-
ing a succession of yorkers, only
49 runs were scored off the last
five overs, as Mumbai fell well
short of the 200 that looked so
achievable when the openers had
Rahane hit 91no for Royals
189 for 2 (Rahane 91*,
Nair 61) beat Delhi
Daredevils 175 for 7
(Duminy 56, Faulkner
2-22) by 14 runs.
Mumbai Indians 172 for 3
(Simmons 71, Parthiv 59) beat
Kings XI Punjab 149 for 7
(Malinga 2-31) by 23 runs.
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