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THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
3 1/4 mm, S.S. Erin Road, Debe, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I.
Tel:(868) 647-3218, Fax:(868) 647-6087, Website: www.namdevco.com
Invitation for Pre-qualification for the Supplier of
Goods & Provision of Works & Services
NAMDEVCO invites applications from suitably qualified companies and individuals who are desirous of pre-qualifying for the
provision of goods and services in the following categories:
1. Accounting Services
25. Microbiological Testing
26. Office furnishings
3. Agricultural Storage Facilities
27. Packaging Material for Fresh Produce
4. Audio/Visual Creative Content
28. Pest Control
5. Blinds & Drapes
29. Pest Testing
6. Catering Services
30. Pest/Termite Control
7. Chemical Cleaners
31. Pesticide Testing
8. Consultancy Services
32. Printing and Publishing
9. Corporate Promotional Items
33. Project Management Consultancy
10. D cor
34. Project Management & Consultancy Services
35. Pump Supplies, Services & Maintenance
12. Electrical Consultancy
36. Quantity Surveying Services
13. Electrical Fixtures & Fittings
37. Quantity Surveyors Services
14. Event Management
38. Safety & Health Consultants
15. Food Processing
39. Security Services
16. Garbage /Waste Disposal Services
40. Servicing of Refrigerated Systems (Chillers, Cold
17. Glazing-glass supply framing
Storage Facilities/Refrigerate Vehicle)
18. Grocery and Household Items
41. Tailoring Services
19. Human Resource/Industrial Relations
20. Human Resource /Industrial Relations Consultants
43. Tents/tables/chairs supply & rental
21. Insurance Brokerage
44. Training and Development Consultant
22. Janitorial Services
45. Vehicle Repair and Maintenance
23. Labour Supply Skilled/Unskilled
46. Waste Disposal Services (Septic Cleaning)
24. Legal Services
47. Painting of Buildings
48. Stationery and Office Supplies
All interested applicants are asked to note the following:
• They must apply on a separate application form for each category.
Pre-qualification forms can be collected Monday to Friday between 8am-4pm at Namdevco's Head Office, 3? mm, S.S.
Erin Road, Debe for a non-refundable payment of $100.00 (cash or certified cheque).
Applications must be placed in sealed envelopes addressed to:
National Agricultural Marketing & Development Corporation
3 1/4 mm, S.S. Erin Road
The envelope must be deposited in the box marked Pre-Qualification Box located in the lobby of NAMDEVCO's Head
Office at the above address.
Collection of application forms is from Wednesday 3rd July, 2013 to Friday 12th July, 2013. .
Deadline for submission of Pre-qualification Forms is Friday 26th July, 2013 at 10.00 am.
Late responses will not be considered. Incomplete applications may be rejected.
All providers who were previously qualified prior to 2011 are asked to re-apply and those who submitted applications
in 2011, 2012 and 2013 are not required to re-apply.
For further information kindly contact: The Director, Corporate Services at 647-3218/3467 ext. 265 or email:
Graeme Gomez scored a double as defending
champion, Petrotrin came from a goal down to beat
Notre Dame 4-1 and open a three-point lead at the
top of the T&T Hockey Board Men s Championship
Division at the National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua,
on Sunday night.
However, early on, it looked as though the Oilmen
would be in for a shocker when Tobias Ottley put the
Dames ahead before Gomez and teammates Wayne
Legerton and Evan Farrell, who added one each, secured
a seventh win from eight matches for the Oilmen.
They now lead with 22 points, three ahead of Defence
Force, while third-placed Paragon is a further three
points back after slamming Paradise 7-1.
Leading the way for Paragon was national player
Cogie Butler with a hat-trick in the 19th, 32nd and
60th minutes while Kiel Murray added two, in the
25th and 27th.
Akim Toussaint (14th) and Jabari Perez (32nd) were
the other scorers for Paragon which trailed 1-0 to a
Dwayne John 17th-minute item for Paradise.
Also on Sunday, Corona Fatima got second-half
goals from Colin Young (a penalty), Shane Newallo
and Dominic Jaikaransingh to shut-out out Queen s
Park CC 3-0.
The win was the first in nine matches for Fatima
to move above Paradise and Malvern at the foot of
the table with five points.
A day earlier, Paradise men had much better fortune
as they scolded Malvern 5-3 with Dwayne John (16th
& 48th), Desmond Archer (9th), Vernell Rivers (46th)
and Theron Stoute (55th), the scorers. Malvern got its
items from Marcano brothers, Teague (14th), and Tariq
(50th) and Kristin Emmanuel, in the 25th.
Henry double draws Paragon closer to Dames
Zene Henry scored a pair of goals as Paragon con-
tinued its rich vein of form with a 7-1 crushing of
Paradise in the Women s Championship Division on
In addition, Kristin Thompson, Pauline Joseph,
Felicia King and Avion Ashton added one each for
the recent Big-Four winners to cancel out Shonika
Anthony s lone item for Paradise.
With the win, Paragon improved to 15 points from
seven matches, one adrift of defending champions
Notre Dame which has a match in hand while Malvern
is third with 13 points after its 5-1 thumping of
Paradise on Saturday.
For the Malvernites, national women s team striker
Oire Trotman fired in a hat-trick in the second, 17th
and 54th minutes while former national captain Sher-
lan Cabralis (24th) and her cousin, Daniella Cabralis
(57th) added one each while Kathrina Scott scored
for Paradise in the 28th.
Meanwhile, Queen s Park was crowned champions
of the Trinity Men s Division after challenger Paradise
fell 3-2 to Carib in its penultimate match.
Randall Ramsammy got the decisive item for Carib
in the 68th minute after Jael St Louis twice put them
in front, in the eighth and 48th minutes only to be
pegged back by Jarel Thompson and Shaundelle Felix,
in the 43rd and 54th minutes.
The defeat left Paradise on 19 points with one
match left to play, six behind Queen s Park, while
Malvern stayed second ahead of Paragon on goal-
difference with 22 points each.
Gomez fires Petrotrin
three points clear
Paragon women team players celebrate a goal against
Malvern in a recent T&T Hockey Board Women's
Championship Division "Big-Four" match at the
National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua last month en route
to a 3-1 victory and the title. PHOTO: ANTHONY HARRIS.
Paradise 8 (Omari Brathwaite 9th, 15th, 26th, 35th, Nave
Roach 31st, 36th, Keauno Brathwaite 24th, Deon Joefield
37th) vs Carib 0
Paragon 7 (Cogie Butler 19th, 32nd, 60th, Kiel Murray 25th,
27th, Akim Toussaint 14th, Jabari Perez 32nd) vs Paradise 1
(Dwayne John 17th)
Fatima 3 (Colin Young 58th pen, Shane Newallo 61st,
Dominic Jaikaransingh 70th) vs QPCC 0
Petrotrin 4 (Graeme Gomez 2, Wayne Legerton, Evan
Farrell) vs Notre Dame 1 (Tobias Ottley)
Paragon 7 (Zene Henry 2, Danielle Thompson, Kristin
Thompson, Pauline Joseph, Avion Ashton, Felicia King) vs
Paradise 1 (Shonika Anthony)
Carib 3 (Jael St Louis 8th, 48th, Randall Ramsammy 68th)
vs Paradise 2 (Jarel Thompson 43rd, Shaundelle Felix 54th)
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