Evaluation of bidders for $5B drug supplies underway

-results due by June

Three experts have been identified by the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) and have begun the highly-anticipated evaluation of pre-qualification documents for the supply of $5 billion worth of medical supplies for Guyana’s health sector.

The names of the selected companies can be expected by the end of June, Stabroek News understands.

Trinidadian conglomerate ANSA McAl and the locally-based New GPC are among seven companies that submitted pre-qualification documents on February 18 last for the supply and delivery of medical supplies.

Western Scientific Company, another firm out of Trinidad and Tobago, is also seeking to supply and deliver pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and other consumables.

The remaining companies, which are all Guyana-based, are Telcom Solutions (Guyana) Inc, Meditron Scientific Sales,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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