Sale of Heavy Mineral Sands International Competitive Bidding

TENDER NOTICE

 

LANKA MINERAL SANDS LIMITED

MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY 7 COMMERCE

GOVERNMENT OF SRI LANKA

 

SALE OF HEAVY MINERAL SANDS

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

 

TENDER REF. NO.: LMS/MKT/TDR/18/04


The Chairman of the Cabinet Appointed Tender Committee, on behalf of Lanka Mineral Sands Limited, invites sealed bids from Foreign Parties who are interested in buying ILMENITE available at the Factory in Pulmoddai of Sri Lanka. The Local Parties, who wish to purchase and export or add further value to the products could also submit their bids.

The Tender Notice with details of PRODUCTS and other RELEVANT details are given below.

  PRODUCTS QUANTITY FOR SALE BID SECURITY PACKAGE AND DELIVERY TERMS DATE & TIME OF TENDER CLOSING AND OPENING
1

ILMENITE (HS-2614 00 100)

25,000 MT

LKR 60,256,250.00

or

USD 387,500.00

Exw-IRZ Plant

In Bulk

10 / 05 / 2018    at 1400 hrs.

The Complete Bid Document is published in the official websites www.industry.gov.lk and www.lankamineralsands.com. The Interested Parties could visit the websites and download the Bid Document free of charge for reference.

Bid should be submitted with the Prescribed Bidding Forms authenticated and issued by the Seller. The Bidder could purchase Bid Document accompanied Prescribed Bidding Forms either by E-mail, post or collection at the premises from Marketing Manager, Lanka Mineral Sands Ltd. 341/21, Sarana Mawatha, Rajagiriya, Sri Lanka on submission of written request upon payment of non-refundable Bid Document Fee of LKR 10,000.00 or USD 65.00 on week days during the time 0900hrs. to 1500hrs. from 17/04/2018 to 09/05/2018.

The Bid, prepared and duly filled in accordance with the Instructions to Bidder, enclosed in a suitable envelope marked “Sale of Heavy Mineral Sands, Tender No. LMS/MKT/TDR/18/04” on the top left hand of the envelope and the bidder's address as well should be sent under registered post to Chairman, Cabinet appointed Tender Committee (Sales), Ministry of Industry & Commerce, P.O. Box - 570, No. 73/1, Galle Rd, Colombo - 03, Sri Lanka to receive before 1400hrs on 10/05/2018 or be deposited in the Tender Box available at the same address.

The Bids will be opened immediately after closing the Tender at the Auditorium of Ministry of Industry & Commerce in the address below. The Bidder or only one Representative of teh of the Bidder will be allowed to be present at the time of opening of Tender. Late bids will be rejected.

For any additional information: please contact Marketing Manager of Lanka Mineral Sands Ltd and Marketing Division on Telephone +94112883951, +94112883965, +94112883954, Fax +94 11 2882668 and Email / / wijaya.mahinda@gmail,com.

Chairman,
Cabinet Appointed Tender Committee (Sales)
Ministry of Industry & Commerce,
PO Box 570, No.73/1, Galle Road,
Colombo -03,
Sri Lanka

Design, Construction Administration and Supervision Consultation For State-of-the-art Laboratory Complex For The Sri Lanka Standards Institution (slsi) At Malabe, Sri Lanka

The Chairman of Cabinet Appointed Procurement Committee of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Research has invited for International Competitive Bids for the Procurement of Consultancy Service for Design, Construction Administration and Supervision of State-of-the-Art Laboratory complex for the Sri Lanka Standards Institution.

The Bid-notice can be downloaded here.

Press Statement from the Office on Missing Persons

12thMarch 2018, Colombo

The Office on Missing Persons (OMP) has officially commenced duties following the appointment of the Chairperson and members by His Excellency President Maithripala Sirisena on 28th February 2018 upon the recommendation made by the Constitutional Council comprising representatives of political parties in Parliament and of civil society. The main purpose of the OMP is to address the suffering of the many thousands of families living in all parts of the country whose loved ones have gone missing or disappeared during multiple conflicts in Sri Lanka.

The OMP will address the many cases of missing and disappeared persons irrespective of ethnicity, religion and region, as the office has been established to serve all affected victims. Despite the passage of time and multiple commissions established by successive governments, many of these families, not knowing the fate of their loved ones continue to suffer and remain engaged in a search for truth.

The missing and disappeared cases that the OMP will examine cover both civilians and combatants, including several thousand members of the Armed Forces, Police and Civil Defence Force who have been identified as missing in action, in addition to members of various armed groups who were party to Sri Lanka's conflict.

The key tasks of the OMP consists of (i) tracing missing and disappeared persons, clarifying the circumstances in which the act took place (ii) protecting the rights and interests of those missing/disappeared and their next of kin (iii) identifying avenues of redress for those affected and (iv) making recommendations to the relevant authorities in order to prevent the recurrence of such incidents.

We the seven members of the OMP, represent a cross-section of society, comprising individuals who are experienced in the field of human rights as activists, public servants and professionals, including a family member of a disappeared individual and a retired legal advisor to the Sri Lanka Army. We are deeply committed to the welfare of all the victims of Sri Lanka's conflicts and we are conscious of the duties entrusted to us by Parliament. We are also mindful of the need to perform our functions impartially and objectively. Moreover, our obligations to the disappeared, the missing and their families are paramount in this endeavour.

Given the magnitude of the problem and the complexity with respect to the multiple tasks required to search for the missing and the disappeared, the OMP will function as a permanent office, as legislated. In its design the OMP is distinct from previous state mechanisms to deal with disappearances, which were temporary in duration, and served largely to document and recommend, as opposed to being a permanent institution tasked with investigation and tracing. It will be the task of the present members to establish a credible, efficient and strong institution, which over a period of time will be able to provide relief to the many affected persons and communities.

In doing so, the OMP will ensure that the efforts of previous commissions to examine and investigate disappearances will inform the design of processes and structures of the OMP. In addition, the OMP will employ a consultative approach, speaking to victims and other stakeholders, whilst carefully considering key recommendations made to the Consultation Task Force on Reconciliation Mechanisms (CTF). Victim-centeredness will be a guiding principle for the operationalisation of the OMP. It is, however, important to recognise that the OMP is one of four institutions and of multiple measures envisaged by the Government to ensure reconciliation and lasting peace within our nation.

We recognise that the establishment of such a mechanism is long overdue. The families of the disappeared and of the missing have suffered the tragic loss of their loved ones. Many of these families have waited years, if not decades, for answers as to whether their loved ones are alive or dead. This long wait has deepened their anguish, frustration and trauma. In what we hope is a shared vision for lasting peace and co-existence, we invite the people of Sri Lanka to provide us the strength and support required to achieve the objectives of the OMP Act.

Saliya Pieris PC
Chairman,
Office on Missing Persons

The Original Press Statement from the Office on Missing Persons can be downloaded from here in English, in Sinhala and in Tamil.

SRILANKAN AIRLINES LTD PROCUREMENT NOTICE REFERENCE NO: AF/T01/2018

INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS FOR PROCUREMENT OF AVIATION FUEL FOR SRILANKAN AIRLINES AT 24 LOCATIONS (AIRPORTS) WORLDWIDE.

The bidding forms could be downloaded directly from the following link

http://www.srilankan.com/en_uk/coporate/tender-notices

with effect from 26th March 2018 - 10.00 am Sri Lankan time (CEST + 3:30 Time Zone)

To be eligible to bid, prior experience in supplying Aviation Fuel to international airlines is necessary. (Please refer the Standard Bidding Document for details)

Bid closing date: 08thMay 2018 at 2.00pmSri Lankan time (CEST + 3:30 Time Zone)

SENIOR MANAGER COMMERCIAL PROCUREMENT
SRILANKAN AIRLINES

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