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Coal India invites bids for 7 MTPA washery in Jharkhand

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  13 Nov 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Kolkata, November 12: Aiming to improve the quality of its product, state-owned miner Coal India has issued an e-tender inviting domestic and intertiol bidders to set up a 7 million tonne per annum (MTPA) capacity washery at Kor in Jharkhand. To be operated on a build-operate-maintain model, the washery will be set up under the Central Coalfields Limited (CCL), a Coal India subsidiary.

“E-tenders are invited from reputed and experienced bidders through e-tendering on CIL (Coal India) portal for the work of setting up of 7 MTY (million tonnes per year) non-coking coal Kor washery at B&K Area of CCL on build-operate-maintain concept,” Mini Rat company CCL said on its website.

As per the request for qualification (RFQ) and proposal (RFP) document, the scope of the work for the washery under the East Bokaro coalfield area consists of planning, design and engineering of the washery inclusive of selection of necessary equipment and machinery and others.

“CCL will provide the capital funding for set-up of washery and also other infrastructural facilities like land, water, power etc,” the RFQ said. Among the criteria listed in the tender document, an average annual fincial turnover of at least Rs.750 million during the last three fiscal years and working capital of Rs.500 million for the bidders have been prescribed as compulsory clauses. Construction of the washery has to be completed within 18 months of signing the contract. (ians)

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