Maltese ferry partnership opportunity
The Gozo Channel Group (‘Gozo Channel’) wishes to participate in the competitive tender process issued by the Maltese Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects for a Public Service Concession Contract for the Provision of Passenger and Vehicle Ferry Services Between Malta and Gozo , and is looking for a partner with whom to submit the bid for the Tender.
The Tender was published on 26 January 2018 on the Maltese Government’s e-Tenders website and the procurement documentation is available on: https://www.etenders.gov.mt/epps/cft/prepareViewCfTWS.do?resourceId=4209736
Gozo Channel is the incumbent economic operator for the provision of conventional ferry services, and it therefore claims to have the necessary experience, expertise and resources to provide those services.
Gozo Channel is looking for a partner with whom to submit the bid for the Tender which has the necessary experience, expertise or resources to provide fast ferry services (and the Concessionaire Additional Services).
Any interested parties who would be open to form an exclusive commercial arrangement with Gozo Channel for the submission of the bid for the Tender are requested to express their interest by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by not later than 1700hrs CET of the 23 February 2018.
By Jake Frith
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