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Tender FAQ

The Tender documents can be collected from the Tender Administrator at the first floor of Emarat’s Head Office Building on Sheikh Zayed Road.

Your proposal along with the applicable Bid Bond and a valid Trade License copy should be submitted to the Tender Administrator at the first floor of Emarat’s Head Office Building on Sheikh Zayed Road.

The contact details of Tender Administrator is +9714-4061840 ; aysha_mohammed@emarat.ae

The concerned person’s contact details are mentioned in the Tender invitation letter given to you along with the tender documents.

The closing date of a particular tender is mentioned in the Tender invitation letter given to you along with the tender documents.

The bid bond should be valid for 120 days from the date of submission of your proposal unless specified otherwise in the tender documents

Every bank will have their own format and wording for their Bid Bond. However, a format can be obtained from the contact person in the Tender if not already provided or your Bank requires one.

No, a company cheque is not acceptable. A Bid Bond or a Manager’s Cheque should be submitted along with your proposal.

No. The Tender fee is not returnable.

Yes, the Bid Bond is returnable either upon finalization of the Tender or on the expiry of the validity of the document. However, if the evaluation is not completed even at the time of expiry of the Bid bond, the bidders may be asked to renew the validity of the Bid Bond they have provided.

Yes, Technical and Commercial bids can be submitted together as one proposal unless specified otherwise in the tender documents.

Yes, Tender documents for Public Tenders are issued against non-refundable tender fees. This information is mentioned against the particular tender.

No, payment of Tender fee is accepted in Cash only.

The proposal shall be rejected if submitted without the Bid Bond and no claim whatsoever will  be entertained later.

The performance Bond is an assuring document issued by the bidders’ Banks that covers the performance of the supplier/contractor until the successful completion of the job. This requirement will be mentioned in the Tender invitation letter, in case applicable. In this case, Tenderer should replace the Bid Bond with a Performance Bond equal to 10% of the Supply/Contract Value that will cover the whole performance period.

Companies interested in the Tender should submit the names of their local Partners/Sponsors, having U.A.E Trade License, Chamber of Commerce Registration along with a photocopy of their current license.

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