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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO POSTAL CORPORATION
SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF MOTOR SCOOTERS FOR TTPOST
1. The Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost) invites Tenders from suit
ably qualified Firms for the following:
• RECC: OPER/TRAN/DEL: 6/14- Supply and Delivery of Seventy two (72) Motor Scooters for the Trinidad
and Tobago Postal Corporation (TTPost).
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, upon payment of a non-refundable fee of TT$200.00 payable by cash
or Linx at the Post Shop, NMC.
3. Tenders are to remain valid for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) days from the closing date of
the Tender and must be accompanied by:
(i)Copy of Receipt for Purchase of Tender Package
(ii)Valid Income Tax Certificate
(iii)Valid VAT Clearance Certificate
Both (ii) and (iii) must be dated not more than six (6) months prior to the date fixed for the close
4. The original and four (4) copies of the Tender should be placed in a sealed envelope, addressed to the
Procurement Manager, Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation, National Mail Centre, 240-250, Golden
Grove Road, Piarco 350462, Trinidad and Tobago, clearly marked on the outside:-
"TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF MOTOR SCOOTERS FOR THE
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO POSTAL CORPORATION (TTPOST)"
5. Envelopes must be deposited in the Brown Tender Box located in the Reception Area, First Floor,
National Mail Centre, at the address stated above not later than 1.00 p.m. on August 29, 2014,
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 shortly afterwards. The tenderer or his representative may be present at the
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 230/242/162) facsimile
message sent to fax number (1-868-669-7666).
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.
T&T s miserable tournament continued yes-
terday in the West Indies Cricket Board Regional
Under-19 50-over competition, falling to their
third defeat in round five action at Enmore,
T&T s only victory came against the ICC Americas
in round one. T&T struggled again with the bat
yesterday against the Windward Islands posting
149/9 in 50 overs. T&T captain Jeremy Solozano
top scored with 28, while Tevon Jadoo and Anderson
Phillip pitched in with 21 not out and 17 respectively.
Gidron Pope was the chief destroyer grabbing 4/23
in 10 overs. Sherman Lewis also caused some prob-
lems for T&T taking 2/33.
The T&T lower order offered some resistance as
T&T was 96/8 at one stage. Windward Islands got
off to a bumpy start, reduced to 30/4 in the twelfth
over. The Windwards fought back to leave the match
evenly poised as they got to 73/5 after 25 overs.
However, three quick wickets gave T&T the upper
hand as the Windwards went from 104/5 to 110/8.
Lewis (26 not out) and Deron Hypolite (13 not
out) took the Windward Islands over the line getting
to 150/8 in 48.2 overs to win by two wickets. Samuel
Roopnarine (3/36) and Akil Seetal (3/31) both
snatched three wickets for T&T.
At Enmore: T&T 149/9
(Jeremy Solozano 28, Tevon
Jadoo 21 not out, Anderson
Phillip 17, Gidron Pope 4/23,
Sherman Lewis 2/33) vs
Windward Islands 150/8 (48.2
overs) (Ryan John 29, Lewis
26 not out, Roland Cato 24,
Samuel Roopnarine 3/36, Akil
Seetal 3/31) Windwards won
by two wickets
At Bourda: Guyana 184 (40
overs) vs Jamaica 107/9 (29.3
overs) Guyana won by 67 runs
on D/L method--Jam target
175 in 30 overs
At Demerara Cricket Club:
ICC Americas 55/4 (26.3
overs) vs Barbados--No Result
T&T Under-19s lose
low scoring match
The 42 Fountain Global Warmer will be the
lone entrant in the 110mph C Class at this year s
Carib Great Race though driver Mark Bartlett has
set his sights on chasing down the faster boats
of the A (130mph) and B (120mph) groups. Speak-
ing to the Guardian yesterday, he said that the
crews of Monster, Mr Solo, Paramount, Fire One
and Stampede could expect a strong challenge.
"We re the only boat in our class unfortunately
so we will be running down the big boys," he said.
"The race is not a sprint. You can t do 130 (mph)
on the North Coast. You have to take your time
and make sure the boat stays together."
Among the entrants in the top fleet, Bartlett sin-
gled out the 50 Paramount as the favourite to take
this year s title.
"They look like them team to beat. If they don t
break down I think they ll win. That boat is awe-
Bartlett will be joined by throttleman Scott Pol-
lonais in Global Warmer s second campaign in the
annual event following it s fifth place finish in an
hour and 38 minutes last year.
Bartlett brings with him years of experience driv-
ing Alien and Hauling Azz while Pollonais has been
a crew member on Rough Neck and Miss Trinidad.
Before being raced in T&T, Global Warmer had
been a regular at events in Key West, Florida.
Bartlett said that while the team would benefit
from rough conditions along the North Coast, any-
thing as rough as last year would take a toll on his
"When the boat jumps out of the water that
much your back takes a pounding," he said. "It
takes about three or four days for your body to get
back to normal."
CARIB GREAT RACE 2014 PREVIEW
Global Warmer all
set for Great race
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