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PROVISION OF GOODS AND SERVICES: REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS
FOR SELECTIVE TENDERING
Export Centres Company Limited (ECCL) is inviting legally registered contractors, and sole traders who
are deemed qualified to bid amongst others, to provide goods, works and services as the ECCL may
require from time to time according to its needs. The listing provided hereunder is not exhaustive.
Pre --qualification requirements are fully detailed in the ECCL's Pre-qualification document which
prospective applicants may procure for a non -refundable fee of Two Hundred Dollars($200.00TTD)
paid by certified cheque or cash to the Accounts Department. Certified cheques are to be made
payable to "Export Centres Company Limited".
• Building Construction
• Earthworks/Site Grading/Landscaping
• Paving/Car Park Construction
MINIMIUN PRE-QUALIFICATION CRITERIA:
To successfully qualify as a contractor the following areas must be satisfied:
• Company Documents
• Financial Capability
• Previous Work History
• Adequate Tools and Equipment
• Health and Safety Compliant/Policy
• Personnel Capability
Completed Pre-qualification document must be submitted in a sealed envelope that
clearly indicates the category or categories of goods, works and services for which the appli-
cation is being made and deposited in a specially marked " SELECTIVE TENDERS BOX" and
SELECTIVE TENDERS COMMITTEE
EXPORT CENTRES COMPANY LIMITED
72-73 EASTERN MAIN ROAD
Telephone 674-0476, 674-8666, Ext 21
CLOSING DATE IS August 22nd 2013
BARCELONA---Bayern Munich secured the transfer
of midfielder Thiago Alcantara from Barcelona yes-
terday, reuniting him with coach Pep Guardiola.
Barcelona said that Bayern had agreed to pay the
Spanish club 25 million euros for Thiago. The deal
also included an agreement to play a friendly match
between the two clubs at some point in the next four
Bayern said that Thiago would sign a four-year
contract and that the cost to the German club would
only reach €20 million, with proceeds from the
friendly and an agreement by Thiago to forego personal
payments making up the difference.
Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said the 22-
year-old Thiago "was the great wish of our new
coach, Pep Guardiola."
Rummennigge added that Thiago "is a fantastic
player with great prospects who will strengthen Bay-
ern," the Bundesliga and Champions League title
Thiago helped Spain s under-21 team win the Euro-
pean championship last month, scoring a hat trick
in the final against Italy.
Born in Italy to Brazilian parents, Thiago came up
through Barcelona s training academy and debuted
for its first team in 2008.
Guardiola made Thiago a fulltime first-team player
in 2011-12 and he played in 45 games, but injuries
limited him to 36 appearances last season under coach
Tito Vilanova as Barcelona won the Spanish league
title. Yet despite his displays of playmaking, dribbling
HARRISON---Thierry Henry scored a goal and set
up two more as the New York Red Bulls ran rampant
in a 4-0 victory over the Montreal Impact on Sat-
Eric Alexander, Tim Cahill and Peguy Luyindula
also scored for the Red Bulls who drew level with
the Impact in second place of the MLS Eastern Con-
Henry set up Alexander in the 10th minute, before
scoring one of his own in the 16th minute to give
the Red Bulls a two-goal cushion at halftime.
Australia s Cahill made it 3-0 with his fifth goal
of the season, a customary header off a corner kick
from Henry in the second half, with Luyindula com-
pleting the rout with a penalty kick in the 87th
minute for his first career MLS goal.
The four-goal performance was New York s best
this season, eclipsing its 4-1 win over New England
on April 20.
In Kansas City, Soony Saad scored twice, his first
goals in almost two years, as Sporting Kansas City
reclaimed the lead of the MLS Eastern Conference
with a 3-0 victory over 10-man Toronto FC.
Claudio Bieler also scored for Sporting, which
stretched its unbeaten streak to five matches in front
of a Sporting Park-record crowd of 21,126.
Toronto capped its miserable evening when Reggie
Lambe was given a straight red card in the 56th
Midfielder Adam Moffatt scored two second-half
goals to lead the Houston Dynamo to a 2-1 victory
at New England Revolution.
Moffatt scored his first goal in the 49th minute,
a 25-yard left-footed drive from atop the penalty
box area after New England was unable to successfully
clear a corner kick taken by the Dynamo s Andrew
New England found an equalizer through striker
Saer Sene in the 56th minute.
Moffatt scored the winner in the 79th minute,
with a right-footed shot atop the penalty box area,
which ricocheted off the right post and off New Eng-
land goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth into the net.
and a good shot from distance, he
was never able to become a first-
choice starter in Barcelona s mid-
field held down by Andres Iniesta,
Xavi Hernandez and Cesc Fabre-
gas.Guardiola said this week that
Thiago was a "super player" and
that he was urging Bayern to sign
Thiago s contract with Barcelona
had a buyout clause of €90 million,
but it included the stipulation that
if he played in less than 60 per
cent of the games in a season the
buyout price would be lowered to
just €18 million.
Barcelona club president Sandro
Rosell said on June 13 that he hoped
Thiago would "follow the steps of
Xavi (Hernandez), (Andres) Iniesta
and the other players who have
become references for this club."
"I understand that the player
wants to play, but even Xavi had
to wait. I hope he has the
patience that others have shown,"
However, playing time would
have been even harder to come by
at Barcelona with the arrival of
Neymar, and Thiago had been
linked to moves to several clubs
including Manchester United.
Thiago s transfer to Bayern fol-
lows the signing of Germany mid-
fielder Mario Goetze from Borussia
Thiago s brother, Rafina, is also
under contract with Barcelona and
played for its "B-team" in the sec-
ond division last season.
Bayern secures transfer of Thiago
in Red Bulls 4-0
thrashing of Impact
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