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47 Transportation services
Project consists of transportation services for 99 Leopard tanks from Netherlands to Greece. Transportation through non-NATO countries not permitted. Any contracted shipping employed in transporting CFE Treaty Ltd. equipment (TLE) must fly flag of participating nation. Contractor responsible for providing materials needed to secure equipment during rail/sea movements. Contractor must obey regulations set forth in Stanag 2173 Edition 3, dated 11/ 23/83 amended (regulations for securing of military tracked/wheeled vehicles on railway wagons), Stanag 2832 Edition 2, dated 11/2/80 (restrictions for transport of military equipment by rail on European railways), national regulations applicable to nations through which transportation being executed.
Vehicles will not be insured unless otherwise notified to NAMSA by receiving countries. International transportation liability stipulations apply in case of damage or loss of material. Bidder must provide evidence to prove that he has had previous experience moving armored vehicles. U.S. bidders must first contact address below for certification/nomination purposes. Firm must follow
procedure to be accepted by NAMSA as eligible bidder.
Contact: Tony Mocenego, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Washington, D.C. 20230. Tel: (202) 377-4466. Fax: (202) 377-2706. Bid deadline: 7/16/92.
Please send a copy of your response to:
Commercial Section (TOP), American Embassy, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, APO AE 09132. Refer to: P0002.
Luxembourg - Other Tender