INVITATION FOR PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS
Joburg Market hereby invites prospective bidders with proven track record to respond to the following request.
RFB No. SCM-OP-003-2019/2020
Service Description: Appointment of a panel of Travel Management Companies to provide related services to Joburg Market on an as and when required basis for a period of 36 months Evaluation criteria
Closing Date: 21/02/2020 at 11H00
80 points for price and 20 points for BBBEE level
The bid document can be downloaded for free on the National Treasury website at www.etenders.gov.za or the Joburg Market website www.joburgmarket.co.za
Alternatively the tender document will be available for collection from 03/02/2020 from 10H00. A non-refundable fee of R100 is payable when collecting the document from Joburg market. Cash deposits can be made at Standard bank, Acc. number 0000000196916, Branch code 000205, Account Name: COJ Fresh Produce. The reference is the tender number and your company name. Please bring proof of payment when collecting the document.
Sealed documents individually marked with the abovementioned RFB and Service Description, must be placed in the Tender box situated at ground floor (left hand side of the entrance just before the security desk), Joburg Market Main Building by the closing date and time as per Joburg Market`s clock. All Suppliers are encouraged to make their submission before the closing time. It is the bidders’ responsibility to obtain documents in time so as to ensure responses reach Joburg Market timeously.
No tenders will be accepted after the closing date and time. No tender per facsimile or e-mailed will be accepted. Office hours are from 08h00 to 17h00 weekdays for the collection of documents.
Bids will be publicly opened at: Joburg Market, 4 Fortune Road, City Deep on the closing date and time as stipulated above.
All enquiries relating to the bidding procedure should be directed to Supply Chain Management Unit at the following email: email@example.com
*only written enquiries will be attended to*
Joburg Market is not obliged to appoint the cheapest tenderer and reserves the right not to accept any submission and to re-advertise if it so wishes. Service providers will be adjudicated in terms of the Supply Chain Management Policy using the point system mentioned above, based on the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Act 5 of 2005, preferential procurement regulations 2017, MFMA, Act 56 of 2003, as well as the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act, Act 53 of 2003.