The FINANCIAL — Deadline for Expression of Interest for Procurement of Consulting Services concerning Mandatory Periodic Roadworthiness Tests of Vehicles in Georgia has expired. Four companies – TUV SUD DOGUS, PANTEYA SPECTRUM CONSULTUNG, SGS SA and TUV HELLAS S.A., submitted their applications to the Ministry.
The evaluation process was launched following the Submission Deadline by opening of the submitted sealed Expressions of Interests at the respective Commission chaired by the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Davit Khutsishvili, according to Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.
“The submission deadline of the Expression of Interest was 8 December, 2016. Therefore, on December 9, the first session of the Commission was held where the application of the four interested companies were opened and preliminary discussed. December 30 is the latest date for revealing the winner company. We hope that one of the Expression of Interest of the candidate companies will fully comply with the request announced and the process initiated by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development will be implemented with the support of the company that have an international experience of best practice” – David Khutsishvili stated.
The Expression of Interest for Procurement of Consulting Services was announced upon the ordinance by the Minister №1-1/584 of November 7, 2016. It aims to find the appropriate company which will provide assistance concerning mandatory periodic testing of vehicles’ roadworthiness in Georgia.