Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the Supply of Diesel Generator to Sijer Water Unit, North West Syria 125 views

Invitation to Tender (ITT) for supply of Diesel Generator to Sijer Water Unit, North West Syria

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Established in 1977, GOAL is an international humanitarian and development agency committed to working with communities to achieve sustainable and innovative early response in crises and to assist them to build lasting solutions to mitigate poverty and vulnerability. GOAL has worked in over 60 countries and responded to almost every major humanitarian disaster. We are currently operational in 13 countries globally. For more information on GOAL and its operations please visit

GOAL has been working in Syria since late 2012, responding to the acute needs of conflict-affected communities in North West Syria, both through direct implementation and through partners, delivering food, non-food programming to highly vulnerable populations, providing Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) through support to Water units, as well as emergency support to recently displaced households.

Supply Overview

GOAL invites eligible and interested companies with proven experience and technical capabilities to reply to this Invitation to Tender (ITT) and submit their bids for the supply of 2000 KVA Diesel Generator to be delivered to Zero Point (Cilvegözü) or Sijer Water Unit North West Syria or Mersin Port, Turkey.

The winning Tenderer(s) will be required to enter into a contract with GOAL for the supply of diesel generator that meets minimum mandatory specification requirements outlined in the attached Annex 1 and agree to arrange the installation, commissioning, testing and training of GOAL and Water unit staff (4 staff in total).

Tenderers must agree to supply under GOAL’s Standard Terms and Conditions included in Annex 3 of this document.

Tenderers must demonstrate as part of their tender submission that:

  • Generator meets or exceed the technical specification as in Annex 1. Submit all required certificates of the product (ISO certificate, Certificate of Origin, Test certificate, Brochure).
  • All related document for generator and engine can be provided in Arabic or English.
  • Provide spare parts compatible with engine type, as in Annex 2.
  • Provide necessary special tools for generator set.
  • Complete Testing and Commissioning in Sijer Water Unit.
  • Train the staff about operation and control system.

Preferred delivery of the generator is to final destination in Sijer Water Unit, North West Syria.

Tenderers must provide the required documents and information for validation by GOAL as listed in 6.2. Submission Checklist of this document.

Scope of work

GOAL will issue a Purchase Order (PO) to the supplier. After receipt of a duly authorised Purchase Order, the diesel generator supplier:

  • Shall arrange the delivery of generator stated in the Purchase Order within the agreed timeline to the agreed locations.
  • Provide additional supporting documents GOAL may request.
  • Have an accountant or financial representative who can arrange for invoicing, account management, etc. to coordinate with GOAL staff on invoicing and payments.
  • Notify GOAL immediately of any problems with making arrangements, expected delays or other difficulties

Proposed Timelines

ITT published: 12 Feb 2021
Closing date for clarifications : 02 March 2021, 23:59 o’clock, UTC/GMT +1 hour
Closing date and time for receipt of Tenders: 15 March 2021, 23:59 o’clock, UTC/GMT +1 hour
Tender Opening Locations: GOAL Dublin HQ, Ireland
Tender Opening Date and time: 10am, 16 March 2021, UTC/GMT +1 hour

Submission of ITT

Submissions must be delivered electronically in the following way:

Electronically to [email protected] and in the subject field state:

  • G-SY-ANK-W-21579- Diesel generator
  • Name of supplier
  • Number of emails that are sent e.g. 1 of 3, 2 of 3, 3 of 3.

All documents submitted must be in scan or PDF format and sent as an attachment (links to share drives will not be accepted). No word or excel documents will be accepted. Each page must be signed and stamped by the supplier. Suppliers will receive an automatic reply from [email protected] when the emails are electronically submitted.

Proof of sending is not proof of receipt. GOAL accepts no responsibility for technical or system malfunctions that prevent bids from being properly received. Late delivery will result in your bid being rejected. All information provided must be perfectly legible.

Tender Opening Meeting

Tenders will be opened at 10am, 16 March 2021, UTC/GMT +1 hour at the following location:

GOAL Head Office,
First Floor, Carnegie House,
Library Road,
Dun Laoghaire,
Co. Dublin,
A96 C7W7,
Republic of Ireland

One authorised representative of each supplier may attend the opening of the bids. Suppliers wishing to attend must notify GOAL of their intention by sending an e-mail 48 hours in advance to the following e-mail address: [email protected] This notification must be signed by an authorised officer of the supplier and specify the name and role of the person who will attend the opening of the bids on the supplier’s behalf.

Suppliers are invited to attend at their own cost.

Note: Due to the evolving nature of the Covid19 situation, companies who send an email to notify their intention to attend will be informed by return of email whether the tender public opening will proceed. This decision will be in line with local government regulations and GOAL’s health and safety decision at that time.

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Deeply moved by the plight of street children he encountered on a trip to Kolkata (Calcutta), John O’Shea founded GOAL in 1977, and throughout the 42 years since its foundation, GOAL has responded to almost all of the world’s major humanitarian crises since, working with vulnerable communities in more than 60 countries.

While GOAL continues to be an agile first-responder to humanitarian crises, it is also committed to working with vulnerable communities to help them survive crises and support them on the road to recovery.

GOAL’s purpose is to save lives and empower communities to develop resilience and greater control over their lives and livelihoods. GOAL aims to increase the resilient wellbeing of the world’s poorest people and focuses on those who are excluded or marginalised, particularly those who are vulnerable due to socio-economic status, gender or age.

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