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66--Density Meter and Petrol Portable Density Meter

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published August 28, 2014  -  Deadline September 5, 2014
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. DMA 4500 M Density Meter and Drying Cartridge DMA 35 Ex Petrol Portable Density Meter and Rubber Housing

Anton Paar DMA 35 EX Petrol Portable Density Meter

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published May 2, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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METER, EX PETROL PROTABLE DENSITY DMA35, MUST BE ANTON PAAR PART NO 87451, Battery-powered portable lab instrument for determination of density, specific gravity and concentration of liquids.  With integrated temperatue compensation and RFID interface for quick sample identification.  Resistant to petrochemical samples.  DIMENSIONS 5.5 x 5.4 x 1.0 inches, WEIGHT 14 OUNCES.

SUPPLY OF FUEL ( DIESEL AND PETROL)

Department of State, African Posts | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
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Please note this solicitation is not ready to be issued as of this date. The Embassy of the United States in Freetown, Sierra Leone will launch the solicitation on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website when it is available. Supply of bulk fuel to the United States Embassy Freetown, Sierra Leone The anticipated performance period is for a base year, with two one-year option periods, if exercised by the Government. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which will be considered. The Government intends to award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the lowest priced technically acceptable offeror who is a responsible contractor. The Government may award the contract based on the initial offer without discussion. The resultant contract will be a firm fixed price type contract. The Government is planning a pre-quotation conference and the date for this conference will be in the solicitation. All contractors have to be registered in the SAM (System for Award Management) Database https://www.sam.gov prior to contract award pursuant to FAR provision 5.207. Therefore prospective offerors are encouraged to register prior to the submittal of quotations.The guidelines for registration in SAM are also available at: https://www.statebuy.state.gov/pd/Pages/AdditionalVendorReg.aspx Electronic Submission/Responses:This opportunity allows for both electronic and mail responses. Please submit your offer prior to the response date and time.

Anton Paar DMA 35 EX Petrol Portable Density Meter

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published May 12, 2017
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SOLICITATION FOR SUPPLY OF� SEDAN AND STATION WAGON (Petrol +Manual) VEHICLES"

Department of State, Southern Asian and Central Asian Posts | Published June 17, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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  AMERICAN CONSULATE GENERAL, CHENNAI, INDIA.                                     June 14, 2016 SOLICITATION   # S-IN-600-16Q-002 SOLICITATION FOR SUPPLY OF” SEDAN AND STATION WAGON (Petrol +Manual) VEHICLES"  AS PER SPECIFICATION ATTACHED IN ANNEXURE-A & B to  AMERICAN CONSULATE GENERAL, 220 ANNA SALAI, GEMINI CIRCLE CHENNAI, INDIA The Consulate General of United States of America, Chennai, India invites offerors to participate in the Solicitation Process as per specification attached in the Annexure A & B.  The Contractor shall furnish all the information required as in the Solicitation. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which shall be considered. The Request for Quotations (RFQ) and Annexure-A & B has been launched and can be downloaded.  No paper copies will be mailed.   Note: The solicitation closes on June 30, 2016 at 1100 hrs. i.e., all offers must be received by on or before this deadline.  Read the RFQ and ANNEXURE-A & B for complete specifications and other details. Please quote for only available model. Please ensure that quoted offer specification meet or equivalent as per requirement listed in annexure-A & B In case of any queries, bidders are requested to send their queries latest by June 20, 2016 1100 hrs at richarddc@state.gov  and fyazhx@state.gov .   The answer to the queries will be shared with all prospective bidders. Any query received after June 20, 2016 will not be entertained. Offer should be submitted only at email id with the subject line “Request for Solicitiation#SIN600-16-Q-002 Supply of SEDAN AND STATION WAGON VEHICLES" Please note that offer submitted at any other email id or via courier shall not be considered for evaluation. As per USG latest guidelines, in order to do business with U.S. Government; the solicitation requires your firm registration with the System for Award management (SAM) prior to award of contract, pursuant to applicable regulations and guidelines. In order to do business with U S Government it’s mandatory to register with SAM. Registration information and the steps for obtaining DUNS number, NCAGE number and SAM can be found here. The SAM registration shall be for the same name and address identified on the contract. Please click on the link to get registered with SAM at www.sam.gov. Offeror, registered with VAT/service tax authority, should submit a copy of VAT/service tax registration certificate along with the offer.  In case of VAT registration, please mention the type pf category of VAT registration (work vendor or composite vendor).  This is a mandatory requirement for evaluation purpose.  Acceptability will be determined by assessing the offeror's compliance with the terms of the solicitation.  The Government will determine contractor responsibility by analyzing whether the apparent successful offeror complies with the requirements of FAR 9.1.  Point of contact:  Tel # 91-44-2857 4000; e-mail: Richarddc@state.gov  

TESTING KIT, PETROL

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published September 10, 2013  -  Deadline September 11, 2013
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NSN 1H 6630-01-165-7133 TESTING KIT, PETROLE CAGE CODE 32218 P/N - SC-B/2HB-C QTY - 29 EACH SHIP TO - W25G1U FOB DESTINATION APPLIES INSPECTION & ACCEPTANCE TO BE DONE AT SOURCE BY THE GOVERNMENT QAR MILITARY PACKAGING & RFID IS REQUIRED

Single Cab Pickup Truck (02 seater)

Department of State, Southern Asian and Central Asian Posts | Published July 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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Supply of "Single Cab Pickup truck (02 Seater)(Petrol+Automatic) vehicle" as per attached Annexure-A.

V -- MSC TANKVOY - PETROL TRANSPORT

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published September 20, 2007  -  Deadline September 25, 2007
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1. VESSEL REQUIRED: CLEAN, APPROVED U.S. OR FOREIGN FLAG TANKER WITH IGS AND SBT THAT IS CAPABLE OF CARRYING 235,000 BBLS (30,994 LT) (INTENTION F76) CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN EPOXY COATED CARGO TANKS WITH DOUBLE VALVE ISOLATION. UNDER THE CARGO PREFERENCE ACT OF 1904, PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO U.S. FLAG VESSELS. IN ADDITION, / VESSEL MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO CARRY ONE (1) COMPLETE, UNDECANTED, TANK WASHINGS IN DEDICATED SLOP TANKS. / VESSEL MUST HAVE A MINIMUM SOA OF 13 KNOTS. / VESSEL MUST HAVE CURRENT VETTING APPROVAL FROM AT LEAST ONE MAJOR OIL COMPANY AND PROOF OF VETTING MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER PRIOR TO AWARD. / VESSEL MUST BE PARTY TO THE SIRE SYSTEM AND POSSESS CURRENT ISM CERTIFICATION AND INTERNATIONAL SHIP SECURITY AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATES. / VESSEL MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 10 TON CARGO HANDLING BOOM AT THE MANIFOLD. / VESSEL MUST HAVE THE ABILITY/EQUIPPED TO MECHANICALLY CLEAN, MOP, DRY AND INERT CARGO TANKS WITHIN THREE DAYS BETWEEN CARGOES DURING PERFORMANCE OF THE CHARTER WHEN REQUIRED. / SHIP MUST HOT WASH ALL CARGO SPACES WITH WATER NOT TO EXCEED 58 DEGREES CENTIGRADE PRIOR TO PRESENTING FOR INITIAL ACCEPTANCE/INSPECTION. ALL CARGO TANKS MUST BE FREE OF LOOSE RUST, PREVIOUS CARGO RESIDUES AND FILMS (INCLUDING DYES), SIGNIFICANT SALT DEPOSITS AND OTHER IMPEDIMENTS THAT COULD IMPACT THE QUALITY OF THE CARGO TO BE LOADED. / VESSEL MUST ARRIVE AT LOAD PORT IN A CLEAN, GAS-FREE CONDITION, AND BE READY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE (OWNER'S ACCOUNT) A CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST TO CERTIFY TANKS SAFE FOR ENTRY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY GOVERNMENT / CHARTERER REPRESENTATIVE. IF A PRIOR (LAST AND NEXT TO LAST) CARGO CONTAINED A PERCENTAGE OF BENZENE, OWNER?S CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST MUST ALSO MEASURE TOXICITY FOR BENZENE CONTENT AND CERTIFY SAFE FOR ENTRY. LAST AND NEXT TO LAST CARGOES CARRIED IN TANKS MUST BE A DESC APPROVED PRODUCT. / THE USE OF COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS (BRASS, BRONZE, ETC.) IN VESSEL COMPARTMENTS, PIPELINES, HEATING COILS, FITTINGS, ETC. IS NOT PERMITTED IN VESSELS CHARTERED BY MSC TO HAUL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, UNLESS VESSEL POSSESSES A CURRENT DESC WAIVER. IF STAINLESS STEEL HEATING COILS ARE INSTALLED IN CARGO TANKS, THEY MUST HAVE BEEN INSPECTED WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. /THE VESSEL MUST BE ABLE TO TAKE UPPER, MIDDLE, LOWER, BOTTOM, AND ALL-LEVEL SAMPLES OF THE CARGO (TO INCLUDE OBQ & ROB) WITHOUT CONTAMINATING THEM FROM THE SAMPLING LOCATION. IF UNABLE TO DO SO OR IF THE SAMPLING LOCATION IS CONTAMINATED OR SUSPECTED TO BE CONTAMINATED, CHARTERER WILL REQUIRE OPEN SAMPLING ON A TANK BY TANK BASIS, CONSISTENT WITH SAFETY AND LOCAL TERMINAL REGULATIONS. 2. CARGO DESCRIPTION: 235,000 BBLS (30,994 LT) of clean petroleum product; intentions F76. 3. INTENDED LOADING PORT (S)/ PLACE (S): YOSU, KOREA PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 620 FEET MAX DRAFT: 38 FEET MAX DWT: 48,000 DWT MAX HEIGHT OF CARGO MANIFOLD ABOVE THE WATERLINE: 14 METERS INTENDED DISCHARGE PORT(S)/PLACE (S): FUJAIRAH, UAE PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 738 FEET MAX DRAFT: 39 FEET MAX DWT: 80,000 DWT JEBEL ALI, UAE PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 738 FEET MAX DRAFT: 43 FEET MAX DWT: 85,000 DWT 4. LAYDAYS: COMMENCING: 06 OCTOBER 2007 CANCELING: 08 OCTOBER 2007

V -- MSC TANKVOY - PETROL TRANSPORT

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published November 2, 2007  -  Deadline November 6, 2007
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I. Standard Form 1449 Boxes 2. Contract No.: Will be provided upon award 5. Solicitation No.: N00033-08-R-5106 6. Solicitation Issue Date: 02 NOVEMBER 2007 7. For Solicitation Information Call: JERRY SCHALL, 202-685-5560 or jerry.schall@navy.mil 8. Offer Due Date: 06 NOVEMBER 2007 at 0900 EDT. (SEE ITEM 6, MODIFY: X (c)) 9. Issued By: Military Sealift Command, Sealift Program Management Office, PM52P, Bldg. 210, Rm. 275, 914 Charles Morris Court SE, Washington Navy Yard, DC 20398-5540, (Code: N00033) Fax: (202) 685-5852 or Alternate (202) 685-5850 10. This Acquisition is: UNRESTRICTED 14. Method of Solicitation: RFP 18a. Payment Will Be Made By: DFAS-OMAHA/FD, P.O. Box 7020, Bellevue, NE 68005 18b. Submit invoices to: Commander, Military Sealift Command (N86), Bldg. 157, 914 Charles Morris Court SE, Washington Navy Yard, DC 20398-5540 1. VESSEL REQUIRED: APPROVED U.S. OR NON-U.S. FLAG COATED TANKER WITH IGS AND SBT THAT IS CAPABLE OF CARRYING 147,000 BBLS (19,388 LT) (INTENTIONS RME-INTERMEDIATE FUEL OIL) DIRTY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. VESSEL MUST POSSESS ISM CERTIFICATION AND PROVIDE CURRENT BP VETTING CERTIFICATION. UNDER THE CARGO PREFERENCE ACT OF 1904, PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO U.S. FLAG VESSELS. VESSEL MUST ARRIVE AT LOAD PORT IN CLEAN, GAS-FREE CONDITION, AND BE READY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE (QAR). CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE (OWNER'S ACCOUNT) A CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST TO CERTIFY TANKS SAFE FOR ENTRY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY GOVERNMENT / CHARTERER REPRESENTATIVE. IF A PRIOR (LAST AND NEXT TO LAST) CARGO CONTAINED A PERCENTAGE OF BENZENE, OWNER?S CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST MUST ALSO MEASURE TOXICITY FOR BENZENE CONTENT AND CERTIFY SAFE FOR ENTRY. LAST AND NEXT TO LAST CARGOES CARRIED IN TANKS MUST BE AN APPROVED PRODUCT. VESSEL MUST BE FREE OF ALL RESIDUAL PRODUCT. VESSEL MUST MAINTAIN CARGO?S LOAD TEMPERATURE TO A MAXIMUM OF 135 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. 2. CARGO DESCRIPTION: 147,000 BBLS (19,388 LT) (INTENTIONS RME-INTERMEDIATE FUEL OIL) DIRTY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 3. INTENDED LOADING PORT(S)/PLACE(S): SINGAPORE PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG): MAX LOA: 715 FEET MAX DRAFT: 38 FEET MAX DWT: 40,000 DWT 4. INTENDED DISCHARGE PORT(S)/PLACE(S): INDIAN OCEAN (Diego Garcia) PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG): PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG): MAX LOA: 650 FEET MAX DRAFT: 49 FEET 5. LAYDAYS: COMMENCING: 24 NOVEMBER 2007 CANCELING: 26 NOVEMBER 2007

V -- MSC TANKVOY - PETROL TRANSPORT

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published March 27, 2008  -  Deadline March 28, 2008
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II. TANKVOY Boxes 1. VESSEL REQUIRED: CLEAN, APPROVED U.S. OR FOREIGN FLAG DOUBLE HULL TANKER WITH IGS AND SBT THAT IS CAPABLE OF CARRYING 235,000 BBLS (30,994 LT) (INTENTIONS JP8) CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN EPOXY COATED CARGO TANKS. VESSEL MUST HAVE CURRENT VETTING APPROVAL FOR LOADING AT CALTEX YOSU, KOREA AND PROOF OF VETTING MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER PRIOR TO AWARD. UNDER THE CARGO PREFERENCE ACT OF 1904, PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO U.S. FLAG VESSELS. VESSEL REQUIRED CONTINUED: ? VESSEL MUST BE PARTY TO THE SIRE SYSTEM AND POSSESS CURRENT ISM CERTIFICATION AND INTERNATIONAL SHIP SECURITY CERTIFICATE. ? VESSEL MUST INDICATE SUPERCARGO CARRYING CAPACITY. (VESSEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO CARRY MINIMUM OF 12 ARMED MILITARY PERSONNEL FOR SECURITY REASONS. OWNER MUST PROVIDE LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH SOLAS/USCG REQUIREMENTS). ? VESSEL MUST ARRIVE AT LOAD PORT IN A CLEAN, GAS-FREE CONDITION, AND BE READY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE (OWNER'S ACCOUNT) A CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST TO CERTIFY TANKS SAFE FOR ENTRY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY GOVERNMENT / CHARTERER REPRESENTATIVE. ? LAST AND NEXT TO LAST CARGOES CARRIED IN TANKS MUST BE A DESC APPROVED PRODUCT. CARGO CERTIFICATES MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER AT TIME OF OFFER. ? IF A PRIOR (LAST AND NEXT TO LAST) CARGO CONTAINED A PERCENTAGE OF BENZENE, OWNER?S CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST MUST ALSO MEASURE TOXICITY FOR BENZENE CONTENT AND CERTIFY SAFE FOR ENTRY. ? THE USE OF COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS (BRASS, BRONZE, ETC.) IN VESSEL COMPARTMENTS, PIPELINES, HEATING COILS, FITTINGS, ETC. IS NOT PERMITTED IN VESSELS CHARTERED BY MSC TO HAUL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, UNLESS VESSEL POSSESSES A CURRENT DESC WAIVER. ? IF STAINLESS STEEL HEATING COILS ARE INSTALLED IN CARGO TANKS, THEY MUST HAVE BEEN INSPECTED WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. ? THE VESSEL MUST BE ABLE TO TAKE UPPER, MIDDLE, LOWER, BOTTOM, AND ALL-LEVEL SAMPLES OF THE CARGO (TO INCLUDE OBQ & ROB) WITHOUT CONTAMINATING THEM FROM THE SAMPLING LOCATION. IF UNABLE TO DO SO OR IF THE SAMPLING LOCATION IS CONTAMINATED OR SUSPECTED TO BE CONTAMINATED, CHARTERER WILL REQUIRE OPEN SAMPLING ON A TANK BY TANK BASIS, CONSISTENT WITH SAFETY AND LOCAL TERMINAL REGULATIONS. 2. CARGO DESCRIPTION: THE GOVERNMENT IS OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS: (INTENTIONS) 235,000 BBLS (30,994 LT) (JP8) 3. INTENDED LOADING PORT(S)/PLACE(S): NORTH PACIFIC- YOSU, SOUTH KOREA PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 715 FEET MAX DRAFT: 38 FEET 4. INTENDED DISCHARGE PORT(S)/PLACE(S): NORTH PACIFIC- AKASAKI, OKINAWA PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 850 FEET MAX DRAFT: 36 FEET NORTH PACIFIC - HAKOZAKI PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 700 FEET MAX DRAFT: 38 FEET MAX DWT: 40,000 DWT 5. LAYDAYS: COMMENCING: 29 MARCH 2008 CANCELING: 30 MARCH 2008 6. TERMS/CONDITIONS/ATTACHMENTS ADDED, DELETED OR MODIFIED:

V -- 90 Day Tank Time Petrol Transport

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published November 16, 2007  -  Deadline November 26, 2007
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1. Vessel(s) required: One U.S. or foreign flag, clean, approved, epoxy coated tanker. In accordance with the Cargo Preference Act of 1904, preference will be given to U.S. flag vessels. Additionally, any reflagging or repair work to: (1) enable the vessel to meet applicable standards to become a vessel of the United States; or (2) to convert the vessel to a more militarily useful configuration; must be performed in the United States. Vessel shall meet the following minimum requirements: ? Vessel must be party to the SIRE system and possess current ISM Certification and International Ship Security and Safety Management Certificates. Vessel must have current vetting from at least two major oil companies including Kuwait Petroleum Company and Bahrain Petroleum Company preferred, and proof of vetting must be submitted to the contracting officer prior to award. ? Vessels age shall be less than 20 years for the duration of the charter. ? Vessel must have a minimum carrying capacity of 310,000 BBLS (40,886LT) for two clean petroleum products (intentions JP5, JA1, or DFM) in designated cargo tanks with double valve isolation. In addition vessel shall have the ability to carry one complete, undecanted, tank washings in dedicated slop tanks. ? Require segregated ballast tanks (SBT) ? Require inert gas system (IGS) ? Minimum 10 ton cargo hose handling boom at the manifold. ? Ability / equipped to call at offshore petroleum facility ? Ability / equipped to perform cargo operations pierside ? Ability / equipped to perform cargo operations at anchorage (adequate fendering) ? Maximum LOA 698 ft ? Maximum laden draft 39 feet with 310,000 BBLS DFM ? Maximum DWT 60,000 ? Minimum SOA 13 knots ? Maximum height of cargo manifold above waterline 14.0 meters without cargo. ? Must meet all MSC requirements for reporting ? Must provide number of berths available for additional personnel. ? Ability / equipped to mechanically clean, mop, dry and inert cargo tanks within three days between cargoes during performance of the charter when required. ? Ship must hot wash all cargo spaces with water not to exceed 58 degrees centigrade prior to presenting for initial acceptance/inspection. ? All cargo tanks must be free of loose rust, previous cargo residues and films (including dyes), significant salt deposits and other impediments that could impact the quality of the cargo to be loaded. ? Contractor shall provide (Owner's account) a certified Marine Chemist to certify tanks safe for entry for internal tank inspection by Government / Charterer Representatives. ? If a prior (last and next to last) cargo contained a percentage of Benzene, owner's certified marine chemist must also measure toxicity for Benzene content and certify safe for entry. ? Last and next to last cargoes carried in tanks must be a DESC approved product. ? The use of copper and copper alloys (Brass, Bronze, etc) in vessel compartments, pipelines, heating coils, fittings, etc. is not permitted in vessels chartered by MSC to haul petroleum products, unless vessel possesses a current DESC waiver. ? If heating coils are installed in cargo tanks, they must be constructed of stainless steel and inspected pressured tested within the last year. ? Ability to take upper, lower, bottom and all-level samples of the cargo (to include OBQ & ROB) without contaminating them from the sampling location. If unable to do so or if the sampling location is contaminated or suspected to be contaminated, charterer will require open sampling on a tank by tank basis, consistent with safety and local terminal regulations. 2. Place/Range of Delivery: Arabian Gulf, port in CHOP 3. Place/Range of Redelivery: Arabian Gulf / Gulf of Oman 4. Charter Period: About 90 days with charterer?s option to cancel after 10 days with no notice. 5. Laydays: Commencing 05 DECEMBER 2007 Canceling 08 DECEMBER 2007 6. Terms/Conditions/Attachments added, deleted, or modified:

V -- 90 Day Tank Time Petrol Transport

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published February 29, 2008
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V -- 90 Day Tank Time Petrol Transport

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published February 26, 2008  -  Deadline February 28, 2008
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1. VESSEL REQUIRED: CLEAN, APPROVED U.S. OR FOREIGN FLAG DOUBLE HULL TANKER WITH IGS AND SBT THAT IS CAPABLE OF CARRYING 220,000 BBLS (29,014 LT) (INTENTION F76) CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN EPOXY COATED CARGO TANKS WITH DOUBLE VALVE ISOLATION. UNDER THE CARGO PREFERENCE ACT OF 1904, PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO U.S. FLAG VESSELS. IN ADDITION, ALL OFFERORS MUST COMPLY WITH SPANISH CABOTAGE LAWS. VESSEL REQUIRED CONTINUED: IN ADDITION, VESSEL SHALL HAVE THE ABILITY TO CARRY ONE COMPLETE, UNDECANTED, TANK WASHINGS IN DEDICATED SLOP TANKS. VESSEL MUST HAVE A MINIMUM SOA OF 13 KNOTS. VESSEL MUST BE LESS THAN 15 YEARS OF AGE FOR THE DURATION OF THE CHARTER. VESSEL MUST HAVE CURRENT VETTING APPROVAL FROM AT LEAST TWO MAJOR OIL COMPANIES ONE OF WHICH MUST BE REPSOL. PROOF OF VETTING MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER PRIOR TO AWARD. VESSEL MUST BE PARTY TO THE SIRE SYSTEM AND POSSESS CURRENT ISM CERTIFICATION AND INTERNATIONAL SHIP SECURITY AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATES. VESSEL MUST HAVE A MINIMUM 10 TON CARGO HANDLING BOOM AT THE MANIFOLD. VESSEL MUST INDICATE SUPERCARGO CARRYING CAPACITY. (VESSEL MAY BE REQUIRED TO CARRY MINIMUM OF 12 ARMED MILITARY PERSONNEL FOR SECURITY REASONS. OWNER MUST PROVIDE LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH SOLAS/USCG REQUIREMENTS.) . VESSEL MUST HAVE THE ABILITY / EQUIPPED TO MECHANICALLY CLEAN, MOP, DRY AND INERT CARGO TANKS WITHIN THREE DAYS BETWEEN CARGOES DURING PERFORMANCE OF THE CHARTER WHEN REQUIRED. SHIP MUST HOT WASH ALL CARGO SPACES WITH WATER NOT TO EXCEED 58 DEGREES CENTIGRADE PRIOR TO PRESENTING FOR INITIAL ACCEPTANCE/INSPECTION. ALL CARGO TANKS MUST BE FREE OF LOOSE RUST, PREVIOUS CARGO RESIDUES AND FILMS (INCLUDING DYES), SIGNIFICANT SALT DEPOSITS AND OTHER IMPEDIMENTS THAT COULD IMPACT THE QUALITY OF THE CARGO TO BE LOADED. VESSEL MUST ARRIVE AT LOAD PORT IN A CLEAN, GAS-FREE CONDITION, AND BE READY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE (OWNER'S ACCOUNT) A CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST TO CERTIFY TANKS SAFE FOR ENTRY FOR INTERNAL TANK INSPECTION BY GOVERNMENT / CHARTERER REPRESENTATIVE. CONTRACTOR WILL PROVIDE TIME NEEDED TO RE-INERT AFTER INSPECTION. IF A PRIOR (LAST AND NEXT TO LAST) CARGO CONTAINED A PERCENTAGE OF BENZENE, OWNER?S CERTIFIED MARINE CHEMIST MUST ALSO MEASURE TOXICITY FOR BENZENE CONTENT AND CERTIFY SAFE FOR ENTRY. LAST AND NEXT TO LAST CARGOES CARRIED IN TANKS MUST BE A DESC APPROVED PRODUCT. THE USE OF COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS (BRASS, BRONZE, ETC.) IN VESSEL COMPARTMENTS, PIPELINES, HEATING COILS, FITTINGS, ETC. IS NOT PERMITTED IN VESSELS CHARTERED BY MSC TO HAUL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, UNLESS VESSEL POSSESSES A CURRENT DESC WAIVER. IF STAINLESS STEEL HEATING COILS ARE INSTALLED IN CARGO TANKS, THEY MUST HAVE BEEN INSPECTED WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. THE VESSEL MUST BE ABLE TO TAKE UPPER, MIDDLE, LOWER, BOTTOM, AND ALL-LEVEL SAMPLES OF THE CARGO (TO INCLUDE OBQ & ROB) WITHOUT CONTAMINATING THEM FROM THE SAMPLING LOCATION. IF UNABLE TO DO SO OR IF THE SAMPLING LOCATION IS CONTAMINATED OR SUSPECTED TO BE CONTAMINATED, CHARTERER WILL REQUIRE OPEN SAMPLING ON A TANK BY TANK BASIS, CONSISTENT WITH SAFETY AND LOCAL TERMINAL REGULATIONS. 2. CARGO DESCRIPTION: THE GOVERNMENT IS OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS: (INTENTIONS) 220,000 BBLS (29,014 LT)(F76) 3. INTENDED LOADING PORT(S)/PLACE(S): CARTAGENA, SPAIN PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 754 FEET MAX DRAFT: 43.4 FEET MAX DWT: 60,000 MT 4. INTENDED DISCHARGE PORT(S)/PLACE(S): ROTA, SPAIN PORT RESTRICTIONS (WOG) MAX LOA: 800 FEET MAX DRAFT: 39 FEET 5. LAYDAYS: COMMENCING: 04 MARCH 2007 CANCELING: 06 MARCH 2007 III. Instructions to Offerors Offerors shall use the guidelines set forth in Part X for submission of offers; however, at a minimum, offers must contain the following: 1. Offeror?s signature. 2. Completed Part I boxes and Parts XII and XIII Representations and Certifications. 3. All requested data, as appropriate, for the vessel?s last two cargoes in boxes 29 and 30 of this solicitation. 4. Vessel?s International Maritime Organization (IMO) Number. 5. Evidence of International Safety Management (ISM) and International Shipboard Port Security (ISPS) compliance. 6. The following information: a. Has your vessel been inspected by a major oil company? Date? What companies? Where? b. Has your vessel been inspected in accordance with current OCIMF standard? Date/Where? c. Does your vessel fully comply with the ISM code? Does your vessel possess a valid safety management certificate and document of compliance? d. Vessel hull value is: _____________________. 7. Name/Company/Address/Contact Information for intended certified marine chemist. 8. IAW FAR 52.212-1, U.S. offerors (and foreign offerors working in the U.S.) must be registered in the Central Contractor Registry (CCR) in order to be considered for award. To comply: provide a DUNS number with your offer. This number is required to verify registration and in order to register in the CCR. The DUNS number can be obtained by calling 1-800-333-0505. Register in the CCR by calling 1-888-227-2423 or through the MSC's website at http://www.msc.navy.mil, under ?Contracts,? then "CCR." Note: failure to submit all required information as requested could result in your offer not being considered for award. The successful offeror must provide electronic funds payment information to the office identified in Part VI. Signed: KENNETH D. ALLEN, Contracting Officer, MSC, N1033

IDIQ FUEL DELIVERY

Department of State, African Posts | Published February 12, 2015
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Document Type: Pre-solicitation Notice Solicitation Number: SMI60015R0002 Classification Code: 9140 NAICS Code: 454310 -- IDIQ Fuel Delivery Department of State, AF Posts, American Embassy Lilongwe, Malawi Please note that this solicitation is not ready to be issued as of this date. The requirement is for the providing and delivering high grade diesel and petrol fuel to the U.S. Embassy, Lilongwe, Malawi. The total estimated quantity of fuel is 1,566,517 liters for Diesel and 655,617 liters for petrol over an anticipated five year period including one base year and four years at the option of the United States Government. Please note these are only estimated quantities. All responsible sources may submit an offer, which will be considered. The solicitation will be issued via the FedBizOpps. Note: The response date in this synopsis is not a firm date; please see the RFP for the actual date.

Purchase of JLG Compact Crawler

Department of State, Southern Asian and Central Asian Posts | Published May 20, 2015  -  Deadline June 16, 2015
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The US Consulate Mumbai, has a purchase requirement of the following item, Brand Name or Equal, to the following: JLG Compact Crawler Model X23J; Platform Height w 120 kg capacity 21.10 m Platform Height w 200 kg capacity 19.70 m Working on Petrol/Gasoline + AC electric 230V/50Hz suitable for outdoor/indoor operation. To operate in off-slab and uneven terrain. Wheel carriage that can climb steps. Prefer narrow chassis for access through gates, yards and doorways. JLG, Model: x23j Compact Crawler. It shall have the following salient characteristics: approximate platform height of 21.10m with 120 kg capacity and 20m with 200 kg capacity; Horizontal Outreach of 11m with 120kg and 10m with 300kg platform weight; AC electric motor 220V; 50Hz with 11kw petrol engine; 361° Swing; 2 persons platform size; If providing an equal, the seller MUST provide detailed specifications of the product quoted at time of Quote submission. Shipping will be to our consolidation receiving point Crating and Container International 1200, Fuller Road, Linden, NJ- 07036. Offers should clearly mention the shipping cost. All responsible sources amy submit a quote which, if timely received, shall be considered. Quotes must be submitted electronically.

Police Highway & Motorway Motorcycles

Department of State, Office of Acquisitions | Published November 14, 2014  -  Deadline December 2, 2014
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Quantity 45 each; New Motorcycle, on-road type; 250cc, 4-stroke, Petrol, seating capacity 1, push button electric start, standard colors for Police motorcycles. The motorcycles will have to comply with specific requirements mandated by the Government of Pakistan, with following features and other standard fittings and accessories: - Public Address System - Microphone - Patrol light with siren /Strobe lights (Red & Blue) - Steel boxes on both sides with chrome plated steel side rails - On rear of the bike, steel document box with locking system - Speed gun connection with operational switches within thumb reach - Front screen - Electronic siren - Speaker - Search lights - First Aid Box

METER,DENSITY,DIGIT

Department of the Army, Defense Logistics Agency Detachment | Published March 17, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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METER,DENSITY,DIGITNSN: 6635-01-607-2005Mfr CAGE: 0FW58Mfr Part Number: DMA35EX PETROLTechnical Data is not available for this procurement. The solicitation will contain DLAD provision 52.215-9023, Reverse Auction, which allows for the use of a reverse auction as a pricing technique. After the solicitation closes, the contracting officer will determine if a reverse auction will be held. If a reverse auction is held, contractors must be registered in the reverse auction system in order to participate in the auction. Additionally, the contractor representative participating in the auction must have taken the on-line reverse auction training prior to the auction. Registration, on-line training, and other information regarding the reverse auction can be found at https://dla.procurexinc.com. Any questions related to the reverse auction system or process can be directed to the Contract Specialis  

91 -- Diesel Fuel (DF2), Gasoline, Premium Unleaded (MUP), and Jet Fuel Aviation (JA1) for various locations in Philippines.

Defense Logistics Agency, Acquisition Management | Published January 17, 2008  -  Deadline January 24, 2008
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented by additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested under solicitation number SP0600-06-R-0222-0002 and a written solicitation will not be issued. Diesel Fuel #2 (DF2), NSN: 9140-00-286-5249, items required: Clark Airfield, Philippines, (CLIN: 156-34, total quantity of 159 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. Clark Airfield, location at pad in front of Haribon Hangar, Philippines, (CLIN: 156-341, quantity of 3,551 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. Clark Airfield, location at Haribon Hangar, Philippines, (CLIN: 156-342, quantity of 1,749 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. Clark Airfield, Philippines, (CLIN: 156-343, quantity of 530 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. Luzon, Petrol Station, Fort Magsaysay, Luzon Philippines (CLIN: 157-34, total quantity of 7,000 USG). Product is to be delivered by Tank Truck with pump into a 1/5,000 USG storage tank. MCB Ternate, Parade Deck, Basic School Grounds, Philippines, (CLIN: 163-34, total quantity of 800 USG). Product is to be delivered by Tank Truck with pump into a 1/900 USG sixcon container at the Bulk Drop Point located at Force Recon Camp. Crow Valley, Fort O'Donnell, Philippines, (CLIN: 167-34, total quantity of 8,000 USG). Product is to be delivered by Tank Truck with pump into a 1/900 USG sixcon container, will require aircraft nozzle to fill. MCB Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, (CLIN: 169-34, total quantity of 1,500 USG). Product is to be delivered by Tank Truck with pump into a 1/900 USG sixcon container, will require aircraft nozzle to fill. Gasoline, Premium Unleaded (MUP), NSN: 9130-00-148-7104, items required: Luzon, Petrol Station, Fort Magsaysay, Luzon Philippines (CLIN: 157-27, total quantity of 106 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. MCB Ternate, Parade Deck, Basic School Grounds, Philippines, (CLIN: 163-27, total quantity of 1,272 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. Jet Fuel, Aviation (JA1), NSN: 9130-00-753-5026, items required: Luzon, Petrol Station, Fort Magsaysay, Luzon Philippines (CLIN: 157-03, total quantity of 106 USG). Product is to be delivered in 53-Gallon Drums. Estimated Total Dollar Value: $68,109.20 Ordering Period: Date of Award - 31 March 2008 Delivery Period: 30 Days after Ordering Period has ended.

Sony Camcorder Package

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published April 1, 2008  -  Deadline April 8, 2008
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared IAW the format in FAR subpart 12.6 as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. Quotes are being requested, and a separate written solicitation will not be issued. THIS SOLICITATION WILL OT RESULT IN AN ORDER AGAINST AN FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE. ANY OFFER WICH IS PREDICATED UPON THE AWARD BEING PLACED AGAINST AN FSS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. NAICS: 335999 The purchase of 2 each Sony DSR-PD170 Mini DVCAM Camcorder Package to include: - DSR-PD170-3-CCD Mini DVCAM Camcorder - Anton Bauer - DIONIC-90 Lithium-Ion Battery - Anton Bauer - Titan-70 On-Camera AC Power/Charger - Anton Bauer - UL2-20 Ultralight - Anton Bauer - QRPDHDV Pouch-Style Battery Plate - Anton Bauer - PTE Power-Tap Male to Power-Tap Female Extension Cable - 7ft - Petrol - PCCB-1N Compact Camcorder Bag - Petrol - PMH-1 Mini Hood - for small comcorders with 2.5" LCD Monitors - VCLHG0758 Wide Angle Adaptor - ECM_NV1 Directional Microphone - NP-F330 Lithium Ion Battery - RMT-811 IR Remote Control - Composite Video/Stereo Audio Cable - Lens Hood with Integral Lens Cap - Shoulder Strap - Lens Hood for wide angle lens - AC-L15 AC Adapter/On-Camera Battery Charger - Viewfinder Eye Cup - Camera Warranty - 1 Year Parts Warranty except:, 2 Years Parts Warranty on CCD Prism Assembly Price(s) should be FOB Destination (Robins AFB GA 31098). In addition to price and delivery, quote should include your cage code, DUNS number, and taxpayer ID number. Requested delivery date is 30 days ARO. Mfr:Sony Brand Name Only: To match existing video camera accessories The following cluses (current through FAC 2005-24 dated 31 Mar 08 and DFARS Change Notice 20080303) are applicable to subject solicitation: FAR 52-212-1 Instructions to Offerors FAR 52-212-2 Evaluation-Commercial Items FAR 52-212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items FAR 52-212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items FAR 52-212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items, and DFARS 252-212-7000 In accordance with Clause 52.212-2, the evaluation factors shall be price and price related factors. IAW FAR 52-212-3, Reps/Certs should be completed on-line at WWW.bpn.gov. Oral procedures will be used for this solicitation. Quotations may be faxed to 478-926-7549 or emailed to shea.hart@robins.af.mil The anticipated award date will be by 22 Apr 08.

83--Safety winter parka, waterproof. Safety fleece jacket. Safety shoe, low time. Safety boots.

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ECC | Published February 12, 2014  -  Deadline February 28, 2014
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. FFP AB:Safety Winter Parka Tempex or equal, Article No. Color 20064-1019-5553 Royal blue/Gray/Navy, Size-adjustable, helmet-compatible hood, Left-side chest pocket for radio equipment, Left-side Napoleon pocket, 2 front pockets, Side pockets, Left-side inside pocket, Covered front zipper, Adjustable waist drawcord, Sleeve size adjustable using Velcro, Insulation:Option to zip in a Tempex fleece jacket, Construction: Insert laminate, Outer material composition:100% PES, Standard: DIN EN 343, Water,- Windproof, 3MScotchlite, Breathable, VarioFit. Sizes are as follows: 4x sz 50/52, 3x sz 54/56, 1x sz 56/58, 2x sz 58/60. FFP AB:Safety Fleece Jacket Tempex or equal, Article No. Color 20062-2026-5556 Navy/Dark blue,Left-side Napoleon pocket, Front zipper, Side pockets, Elastic cuffs, Suitable for zipping in a Tempex Vario parka (Art. 20065-1019)Outer material composition:100% PES, Standard: DIN EN 343, Breathable, VarioFit. Sizes are as follows: 4x sz 50/52, 3x sz 54/56, 1x sz 56/58, 2x sz 58/60. Shoe Safety Low Type FFP AB:Shoe Safety low Type Uvex Naturform 9581 S2/S3 or equal,Art. no. 9581.2, Standard EN ISO 20345 S3, Extra wide, functional, naturally shaped shoe, Extremely wide fit, Water repellent nubuck leather upper, Scratch-resistant scuffcap reinforced with carbon, Soft breathable mesh inserts, Loop lacing system, Breathable textile lining Removable comfort insole with moisture control system and additional shock absorption in the heel and under the front of the foot, Naturally shaped sole made from mono-polyurethane, Extremely comfortable underfoot, Anti-slip, Abrasion-resistant, Outsole is heat-resistant to +120 degrees Celcius, Antistatic, Oil and petrol-resistant, Self-cleaning tread,with steel midsole. Sizes are as follows: 2x sz 40, 1x sz 41, 2x sz 46. Boots Safety FFP AB:Boots Safety Uvex Naturform 9582 S3 or equal,Art. no. 9582.2, Standard EN ISO 20345 S3, Extra wide, functional, naturally shaped shoe, Extremely wide fit, Water repellent nubuck leather upper, Scratch-resistant scuffcap reinforced with carbon, Soft breathable mesh inserts, Loop lacing system, Breathable textile lining Removable comfort insole with moisture control system and additional shock absorption in the heel and under the front of the foot, Naturally shaped sole made from mono-polyurethane, Extremely comfortable underfoot, Anti-slip, Abrasionresistant, Outsole is heat-resistant to +120 degrees Celcius, Antistatic, Oil and petrol-resistant, Self-cleaning tread,with steel midsole. Sizes are as follows: 2x sz 40, 2x sz 41, 2x sz 42, 2x sz 43, 2x sz 44, 2x sz 45, 2x sz 46.