MRDDF RFT 03/18

TENDER FOR THE UNDERTAKING OF TWO ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE EU FUNDED PROJECT INHERIT “SUSTAINABLE TOURISM STRATEGIES TO CONSERVE AND VALORISE THE MEDITERRANEAN COASTAL AND MARITIME NATURAL HERITAGE”, REF. 3076, WITHIN THE INTERREG MED PROGRAMME

Programme: Interreg MED

Contract No: 3076
Website: www.interregeurope.eu/inherit

Reference: MRDDf RFT 03/18 
Published: 27th September 2018 
Deadline for Submission: 9:30am, CEST of the 18th October 2018

The MRDDf is requesting quotations for the provision of services pertaining to two activities in connection with the INHERIT project (Contract No: 3076), which is financed under the INTERREG MED Programme. A copy of the tender document and required annexes may be downloaded here: RFT03/18.

Clarifications and further information are to be sought in writing on info@mrddf.org by not later than the 8th October 2018. Any request for clarifications received after this deadline will not be considered. Replies to clarifications and the final selected tenderer will be published here below.

Sealed bids, complete with all required documents, are to be submitted by not later than 9:30am, CEST of the 18th October 2018. Applications must be submitted by registered post/courier by the closing time and date indicated and addressed to:
Malta Regional Development and Dialogue Foundation, Flat 1, Bellavista Apts, Triq il-Minfah, Naxxar NXR 2655. 
Any bids received after this deadline will not be considered.

Clarifications: 
No request for clarifications received.

Schedules received: Bids received in relation to the Request for Quotations for the undertaking of two activities related to the INHERIT project under the INTERREG MED Programme (MRDDF-RfT 03/18)

Name of companyPrice of bid (in Euro) as per stated requirements and specifications (Total Amount)
Digitalis Ltd.€57,953.00

Adjudication: Adjudicated to Digitalis Ltd. on the 29th October 2018.

INTERREG MED Programme 2014-2020 
Programme part financed by the European Union European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
Co-financing rate: 85% EU Funds; 15% National Funds

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