Bid No.


Issued By

Shell Djibouti Limited

Bid Doc. Price

See detail below

Published Date

February 7, 2008

Opening Date

See detail below


Bid Category

Scrap Steel




Tender are invited for the purchase of scrap steel. The scrap steel is from the demolitation of various fuel storage tanks, pipelines and other steel structures in the Shell Petroleum Storage Depot situated at The Port of Djibouti in the Republic Of Djibouti.

            Lot 1. Steel plates from tanks: 2, 100 tones
            Lot 2. Pipelines & Fittings: 250 tones
            Lot 3. Assortment of scrap steel structures:
                       700 tones

The total weight of the steel is 3,050 metric tones.

Tenderers are invited to quote LUMP SUM FOR EACH, LOT IN USD PER LOT.

The successful bidder shall be required to make payment within 14 days after receiving the notification of award and take possession of the steel as the demolition progress. The demolition is currently in progress and shall be completed within the fist half of 2008.

Tenders shall be sent by email to an electronic tender box. The email shall be

Tenders indicating the bidders contact details must be received in the above electronic tender box not later than noon on Thursday, 28 February 2008.


1.       Shell Djibouti Limited reserves the right to accept or reject any offer in whole or in part and is not bound to accept the highest or any tender of given reasons for its decision, and shall not enter into communication whatsoever regarding the rejection of any bid. The decision of the Shell Djibouti Limited Management Tender Board is final.

2.      The tender shall remain valid for and shall not be withdrawn within 90(ninety) days from the date of the tender closing.

3.      Payment of Total Bid Value shall be made within 14 days of receiving of awarded notification.

4.      Bidders who will not hear from Shell Djibouti limited without one month after closing date shall consider their bids unsuccessful.

5.      Late submissions shall automatically be rejected. Modifications of bids or withdrawal of bids after submission is not possible.

6.      Bidders who wish to visit the site to verify the condition of the scrap and the quantities and take such other steps as may be reasonably necessary to become familiar with the conditions for the basis of preparing their bids are free to do so. However costs for such visits shall be borne by the bidder.

7.      Failure to visit the site as per item 6 above shall not relieve bidders from responsibility for accurate estimation of their bids.

8.      Shell Djibouti Limited assumes no responsibility by any of its employees or agents prior to the execution of the contract.

Should you require more information, please contact

Mr. Ahmed Bache
on Telephone No. +253815727


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