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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, November 26, 2015
TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF ADVERTISING AGENCY SERVICES TO
NATIONAL FLOUR MILLS LIMITED
National Flour Mills Limited (NFM) invites suitably qualified firms to tender for the Provision of Advertising Agency Services.
Tender documents can be obtained between the hours of
daily during the period 2
National Flour Mills Limited
#27-29 Wrightson Road
Port of Spain
Tenderers will be required to pay a non-refundable fee of TT 500.00. This fee is to be paid to the Cashier at NFM's Wrightson
Road facility. Original receipts must be presented to the Secretary of the Tenders Committee to obtain the Tender
Documentation. Any queries regarding this tender shall be submitted in writing to the Secretary, Tenders Committee at the
address below or at email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
An original and five (5) copies of
requested in the Instructions to Tenderers in the Tender Documents must be sub-
mitted together with the original receipt confirming the tenderer's purchase of the tender package. Tenders should be accompa-
nied by the following:
(i) Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and dated not
more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender.
(ii) Certificate of Incorporation/Certificate of Continuance.
(iii) Valid National Insurance Certificate
Sealed Tenders must bear no mark or seal of the tenderer, must be able to fit the tender box slot of 40 cm x 8 cm, and must be
and addressed to:
National Flour Mills Limited
27-29 Wrightson Road
Port of Spain
Sealed tenders should be deposited no later than 2:00 p.m. on 21st December 2015 in the Tender Box provided at the Security
Booth; Main Entrance, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. Tenders will be opened on 21st December 2015 at 2:30 p.m. at National
Flour Mills Limited, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. Tenderers are allowed to have one (1) representative at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be accepted in any circumstances. The Company does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other ten-
der. The Company reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or partially without defraying any cost incurred
by any firm in submitting the Tender.
ongoing for Paris
As police armed with automatic weapons stood
guard, schools and some subway stations in the
Belgian capital reopened yesterday for the first
time since emergency measures were imposed
four days ago in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Belgian and French authorities continued a man-
hunt for at least two suspects believed directly
linked to the killings in Paris, while France's lower
house of parliament voted overwhelmingly, by 515
votes in favor to four against, to continue airstrikes
against Islamic State group targets in Syria beyond
Parliament's upper house, the Senate, was expect-
ed to vote on the measure later yesterday.
The IS group claimed responsibility for the
November 13 attacks, which killed 130 people and
wounded hundreds more in Paris.
About half of all subway stations in Brussels
were operating for the first time since the weekend.
Despite the easing of restrictions, Brussels---home
to the European Union and NATO headquarters---
remained under the highest alert level due to what
authorities have described as a serious and imminent
threat of attack. Emergency measures had shut
down shops, schools and subways in the city since
The threat alert level is expected to remain at
that level until at least Monday, barring a major
development such as the arrest of suspects in the
Paris attacks. The Belgian government has also
ordered health and emergency services to take pre-
cautionary measures to ensure their services aren't
infiltrated by extremists.
"We have to be sure that we can see everybody
has an identification badge," Health Minister Maggie
De Block told VRT network. "When ambulances
arrive, we have to see from where they come, who
is in it. Really as a precaution."
Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon said raids
carried out Sunday night had been designed to foil
an imminent attack in Brussels. Authorities had
detained 16 people, but released all but one of them
the following day. No explosives or firearms were
"There were indications that there would be
attacks on Sunday evening and they did not mate-
rialise," Jambon said, adding that otherwise "you
don't impose terror level 4," the highest possible.
The minister refused to elaborate what kind of
attacks the government believed had been planned.
The reopening of schools and some subway sta-
tions restored a sense of normality to Brussels,
parts of which have been deserted for days.
Authorities in France and Belgium have issued
public appeals for help in tracking down two men
believed directly linked to the Paris attacks. Belgium
on Tuesday issued an international arrest warrant
for Mohamed Abrini, described as "armed and
dangerous" after he was seen with Salah Abdeslam,
the other fugitive suspect, two days before the
killings on a highway gas station en route to Paris.
Abrini and Abdeslam were picked up on the sur-
veillance video of a gasoline station in Ressons.
Abdeslam, who French authorities have suggested
could have been linked to a discarded suicide vest
found Monday in a southern Paris neighborhood,
crossed into Belgium the day after the attacks.
Although he was stopped and checked by French
authorities, he was allowed to pass as his name
had not yet become known.
Emergency measures have also been taken in
France while the manhunt continues.
France is among the world's top tourist desti-
nations. Several museums in Paris closed in the
days after the attacks. (AP)
The coffin containing the body of Valeria Solesin is carried by gondola on Venice's Grand Canal. The 28-year-old doctoral student from
Venice was killed during the attack on the Bataclan theatre in Paris. AP PHOTO
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