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UNCLAS COLOMBO 001127

SIPDIS

USDOC FOR 4530/MAC/ANESA/OSA
EMBASSIES FOR FCS OFFICES

E.O 12958:N/A
TAGS: BTIO CE ECONOMICS
SUBJECT: FOREIGN GOVERNMENT TENDER FOR THE
CONSTRUCTION OF THREE-PHASE TRANSMISSION
LINE

1.542/01/T0004
2.070704
3.THOMPSONDR
4.542
5.N
6A.CONTACT
6BPROJECT MANAGER, (KERAWALAPITIYA-KOTUGODA
TRANSMISSION PROJECT)
6CCEYLON ELECTRICITY BOARD, SIR CHITTAMPALAM
A. GARDINER MAWATHA, COLOMBO 2, SRI LANKA
7PHONE: 94-11-2380468
FAX: 94-11-2434017
WEB: WWW.CEB.LK (LOWER CASE)
8.201
9.S1623.... TRANSMISSION LINE CONSTRUCTION
10. COMMENTS:

Product data
A.Detailed description: The Ceylon Electricity
Board (CEB) has called for bids from
eligible bidders for the construction of
approximately 18 kilometers of 220 KV double
circuit three phase transmission line with,
Duplex Aluminum Conductor - Aluminum -Clad
luminum -Clad
Steel Reinforced (ACSR/AC) conductor
equivalent to 400 mm2 (2x400mm2) Zebra

B.Other information:

1.Bidding documents can be obtained on
submission of a written application to
the project manager on payment of a
non- refundable fee of Rs.20,000 (US
Dollar = Rs. 102)
2.The non-refundable fee can be paid to
any Sri Lankan mission abroad. The
receipt obtained should be forwarded to
the project with a written application
for bidding documents to be dispatched.
(The cost of courier charges for
dispatching the documents should be
borne by the bidder)
3.The completed set of bidding documents
should be submitted with a bid security
of Sri Lanka Rs. 8,000,000 or its
equivalent.
4.Closing date: September 14, 2004

The Government of Sri Lanka (GOSL) has received
a loan from the Japan Bank for International
Cooperation (JBIC) for eligible payments under
the contract for the construction of power
section restructuring project.

REMARKS: The U.S. Embassy would appreciate
iate
receiving notification of U.S. firms' interest,
which can be sent to:
Commercial Attach
U.S. Embassy
210 Galle Road, P.O. Box 106
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Phone: 94-11-2448007
Fax: 94-11-2437345
E-mail: manlowetl@state.gov
LUNSTEAD

STEAD

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