China seeks bids for Gansu Hexi reservoir regulation

The Chinese government seeks bids by August 15 to supply a reservoir regulation, information, and control system for the Gansu Hexi Corridor (Shule River) project in Gansu Province.

The solicitation is part of a large irrigation project including some hydropower. The Chinese government previously obtained a US$150 million World Bank loan for Gansu Province to carry out the project.

On behalf of the Gansu Hexi Corridor (Shule River) Agriculture Irrigation and Resettlement Development Construction and Management Bureau, the CNCCC International Tendering Co. Ltd. invites bids for supply and installation of the information system.

Work is to include:
o Package 0704-0610CNCCCSLH/01 Automatic analog regulation system for three reservoirs;
o Package 0704-0610CNCCCSLH/02 Information-based control center and information platform;
o Package 0704-0610CNCCCSLH/03 Automatic gate monitoring system; and
o Package 0704-0610CNCCCSLH/04 Water quality data collecting system.

Companies may bid for any or all packages under World Bank guidelines.

Bid documents in English may be obtained from the CNCCC Gansu Office below for 1,500 renminbi or US$200 by cash, cashier’s check, or direct deposit to the Procurement Agent’s Account: CNCCC International Tendering Co. Ltd. Gansu Office, No. 7021749624418012, Lanzhou Commercial Bank Longsheng Sub-Branch. The document will be sent by courier for an additional fee of 200 renminbi or US$50.

Bids are due by 9 a.m. August 15 to Gangsu Construction Building Engineering Business Center, No. 305 Jingning Road, Lanzhou Road, Gansu Province, China.

For information, contact:
o Ms. Hou Haiying or Ms. Yuan Ping, CNCCC International Tendering Co. Ltd. Gansu Office, C Tower, Building 15, Dagong Mansion, No. 97, Minzhui Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu Province, China; (86) 931-4989511-80, 8151116; Fax: (86) 931-8111069-90;
o Mrs. Zhang Chunying, CNCCC International Tendering Co. Ltd., Room 1763, Kai Kang Mansion, Building No. 15, Sanqu, Anzhenxili, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100029 China; (86) 10-64429966; Fax: (86) 10-64416484; E-mail:


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