Did you know many Procurement Team in govt use MEAT as part of evaluation?


Government Procurement Professionals aim to achieve the best value for money in the process of procurement of goods and services for the public. A weightage-based criterion helps the procurement team to select the best out of the lot that gives the best value in terms of Cost, Quality, and experience.

Most Economically Advantageous Tender (MEAT) is the measure for selecting the best out of the incoming bids based on factors that are related to the subject matter of the contract. It takes into account components like Cost, Quality, and Technicality of various bid proposals while deciding a contract award.

This criterion of selecting the tender was announced by European Parliament in January 2014. The principle behind the selection of tender on various factors is to choose the tender proposal that fits best for the most critical elements of the project. The weightage of each criterion determines the relative importance of that criterion to meet the requirements of the government project.

The factors on which tenders are evaluated in MEAT assessment are
Cost-effectiveness approach
Aesthetic and functional characteristics
Social characteristics
Environmental characteristics
Innovative characteristics
After-sales service and technical assistance
Delivery date, process, and period.

It is well updated in the Tender Document about the above metrics based on which the successful bidder will be announced and also the weightage that each one of the criteria holds. The regulation is such that the criteria for contract award must be linked to the subject matter relating to work, services, or supplies of the contract in question. Also, once these criteria are stated they cannot be changed at a later date.

Evaluation of tender is divided into two parts first being the technical Evaluation that involves the assessment of the tender bin its technical merit. Under technical merits falls aspects like turnover, certifications, manufacturing capacity, machinery, Quality control system, and many more. The second part involves the financial review of the cost of each tender as compared to the lowest price offered. Tender Evaluation is done as an aggregate of both aspects.

Hence, It is crucial for Bid Managers, Suppliers, and Contractors to understand all basis of assessment and then go forward with the submission. Tendersinfo offers the best-in-class Bid Assistance, Market report, Contract Award, Sectorial News update, and other services to make sure your bid is successful.

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Read these 10 tips before bidding for Government Contracts


Expansion of customer base is a priority to every business but more often than none small businesses do not consider the far-spread opportunities that come with Government Procurement. With more transparent laws the opportunities in Government Procurement is not just limited to a handful of large enterprises but it has requirements that even small businesses, SME, or Joint Partner businesses can fulfill.
Here we have listed out 10 tips that are suited for businesses of any scale and how they can put them into use to win Government contracts.

Competitive Approach
Public Procurement provides a huge pool of opportunities and it is important to stand apart from the competition by presenting your competitive skills and capabilities in the proposal to increase the chances of getting shortlisted. As innovation is the key to get ahead of the competition it is important to highlight the innovative solutions and products that you can offer to the government.

Qualitative v/s Quantitative
Procurement Professionals are on the lookout for Suppliers that is economical as well as ensures good quality. Hence it is important to put forth a proposal that can crack the MEAT criteria and offer the best value for your products and solutions. To know more about what Public Procurement Professionals look for during the procurement process read this blog ‘Ultimate Guide to the Insight of Public Procurement Professionals’

Analyze Tender Documents
Specifications in the Tender Document talks about the requirements of the government organization and what they are expecting from the suppliers. Make sure you have a detailed understanding of the eligibility criteria for the evaluation and scoring techniques and all the other aspects before placing your bid.

Draft Proposal
As much as a detailed understanding of the government organization is important businesses should make sure they invest a good amount of time to outline their company’s eligibility to meet the requirements and showcase their capabilities. An effectively written bid proposal is the first step towards the beginning of a good vendor-client relationship that adds to your chances of winning.

Effective Communication
Keep these few things in mind before drafting the bid proposal.
– Research about the government organization to explore the challenges faced by them.
– Evaluate the competitors’ strength and weaknesses to draft a proposal that can have an edge over others
– Consider including value-added services and good
– Proofread the Bid Proposal to create a professional impact on the buyer.

Study Award Criteria
Government procurement lays down several criteria relating to meet the financial and economical requirements of the government organization along with technical and professional expertise to fulfill the contract. Businesses need to pay close attention to the various contract award criteria of government organizations to be able to go ahead in the bidding process.

The high-end eligibility criteria of public procurement often make it difficult for SMEs to tap into opportunities of government contracts. It is strongly recommended to partner up with other businesses to meet the eligibility requirements and make significant expansion on their business. To know more about how SMEs can increase participation in public procurement click on this blog ‘An SME Guide to Increasing Participation in Government Contracts /Tenders’

Subscribe to a Tender Infomediary
Many Government organizations release several Tendering opportunities on various portals. It is nearly impossible for Bid Managers, Suppliers, and Contractors to keep track of the various opportunities that are open in the market. Tender infomediaries like Tendersinfo provide customized services to them subscribe by providing then updates about available Tender opportunities that suit their niche along with value added services like Procurement Analytics, market reports, bid advisory, and assistance.

Smart Bid
Government Tendering requires a streamlined effort and teamwork that is directed towards the contract that has the greatest prospect of winning. Government organizations release many tender opportunities for Bid Managers, Contractors, and Suppliers and it is important to make sure you place your bid for contracts that match your capabilities and strength.

Request for Feedback
Every contract brings along an experience and learning that can help you plan the future approach. Whether you win or lose the bid make sure to request feedback and circulate it internally within the team to understand your strengths and the places where you might have gone wrong.

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Ultimate Guide to the Insight of Public Procurement Professionals

Ultimate Guide to the Insight of Public Procurement Professionals

Ultimate Guide to the Insight of Public Procurement Professionals

Public Procurement is a multi-staged activity and requires a thorough understanding of each process to be more successful with the bids. The Procurement Team involves divisions like Procurement Manager, Budget Holder, Management of the contract, and representatives of different sectors. The higher the value of the contract higher is the team size hence it important to understand the metrics based on which a bid is successful.

To put things straight the Government Procurement process comprises of four phases which are listed below-

Procurement planning- This stage involves the identification of activities and their direction of requirements.

Procurement Formalization- It determines the sources, budget, and approach to formalize the requirements.

Procurement Implementation- It includes activities related to the acquisition, selection of suppliers, contract award, and other activities of contract administration.

Procurement Evaluation- The final phase includes activities like Audit, Evaluation, Contract Award, and Feedback.

Even though there is no such general rule to win a contract but when you take each contract individually there is a commonality that prevails in tenders across various regions and sectors. Procurement professionals are highly skilled and tactical personalities who are consistently looking for an economical solution to the public requirements while making sure the quality is not undermined.

Procurement Professionals evaluate Tenders based on Price v/s Quality. Hence Bid Managers need to be able to crack the MEAT- Most Economically Advantageous Tender while performing well in the Tender Evaluation methodology that procurement professionals follow to access the technical qualification of the proposal.

Key Takeaway – One of the major tasks of a Bid Managers is to comprehend the eligibility criteria and evaluate the metrics that hold weightage to qualify you for the contract.

Procurement professionals are great relationship managers who are looking out for Suppliers and businesses to operate seamlessly and manage to meet the requirements of government tenders within the terms and conditions.

Key Takeaway – Pre-qualification questionnaires and Interviews are the entryways to win a contract. Hence it is important to put your best foot forward and put across your best potential to the procurement team.

Time management plays a key role in deciding the faith of your bid. While Procurement professionals have very clear time frames to ensure that there are very low downtime and reductions in turnarounds.

Key Takeaway- It is most important for Bid Managers to stick to the timelines.

As Strategic Thinkers Procurement Professionals think ahead of time and look for solutions that can lead to sustainable development and create a business environment that is transparent, competitive, and futuristic in its approach.

Procurement Professionals take into consideration the risk evaluation and allocation before the award of the contract to a specific contractor. With a proven record of great negotiation skills, Procurement Professionals make sure they obtain the ‘Best Value’ from the contract keeping in mind the Quality, Maintenance, Ongoing costs, and Incentives.

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How does The World Bank contribute to Public Procurement?


We know that governments across the world spend about a quarter of the GDP on public procurement and it is evident that it plays a crucial role in maintaining equitable distribution and sustainable development across countries. It is a policy instrument that encourages efficient public delivery and promotes the development of countries. Assuming a particularly significant role in the development of countries various donor agencies are pushing towards public procurement to build partnership and collaboration with various governments that create opportunities for Bid Managers, Contractors, and Suppliers in participating in government contracts.

The World Bank as the name proposes isn’t just a bank but a structure for underdeveloped and developing countries to acquire money at a cheap rate of interest for investment in the development programs of the country. With 188 member countries, the World Bank announces a certain amount of contribution to the bank by these members. Backed up by the security of the contributions the World Bank can draw money from international credit markets at a lower rate of interest and lend the same to countries at a lower rate.

World Bank’s business procurement framework aims to fulfill the following objectives-

Value for money

More opportunities in Government projects

Overall business-friendly environment

Maximize the role of public procurement by investing in projects that enhances the Public Service, Health, and Infrastructural Development.

To advance reasonable improvement across developing countries the World Bank has been actively investing in projects while creating opportunity sectors like-


Energy & Extracts

Financial Sector

Industry & Trade

Info & Communication


Water/ Sanitation/Waste Management


Some of the recently approved projects include the development of electricity access of households and businesses in Western Africa with a total project cost of US$ 5.00 million. Alongside it is investing in foundations for a safety net system in the republic of Haiti to respond to various unprecedented issues like Covid 19. For more such updates click here.

With multiple procurement staff spread across 72 countries, the World Bank aims to support borrowing countries by giving lower interest loans or zero credits loans. These grants are either solely or co-financed by governments and other multilateral organizations for investment in development projects across regions. To know more about tender insights of various Multilateral Organisations click here.

As there are several financing projects done by the World Bank across various sectors and regions, it is often difficult for bidders to keep track of the same. Tendersinfo offers to put across project highlights and insights about the active projects of the World Bank and its supporting organization like the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) alongside assisting you in the entire bidding process. With our customized services, we make sure you keep getting tender alerts that suit your niche and requirement without the need to browse multiple websites or other sources.

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European Union- Definition, Public Procurement & Tender Opportunities


The European Union is a political and economic integration of 27 countries to promote growth and establish a unified monetary system. EU advances a transparent market by eliminating hindrances in the movement of goods, services, capital, and labor. The EU seeks to promote the values, objectives, and principles that are in the interest of the citizens of the member states.

As public procurement has a direct impact on the member states of the union they must stick to a common principle of sustainable development and balanced growth.

Trade policies of the EU include a common market for goods and services with no customs duties within the EU member states. Good trade relations with Mediterranean countries, Russia, and the United States paves the way for various development projects to open bidding opportunities for Bid Manager, Subcontractors, and suppliers.

Alongside providing subsidies to the member states a common currency helps to create economic prosperity and balance across sectors. The EU member countries offer a host of opportunities spread across sectors. Tenderinfo provides tender information about the various countries listed below all in one platform.

Austria– Leading in sectors like chemical, mechanical, and automotive it is one of the exceptionally evolved industrialized nations.

Belgium– Being the largest processor of Zinc, Cobalt, and Lead Belgium’s economy ranks among the top enterprises in Steel, Textiles, Metallurgy, etc.

Bulgaria– The strongest sectors of the country include Energy mining and Machine building with an increment in foreign investment post joining the EU.

Croatia– The significant ventures in the nation incorporate Tourism, Manufacturing, and Chemical industry to direct various business opportunities in this region.

Cyprus– With a diversified economy, the economy of Cyprus has encountered a developing revenue of investors in International business.

Czech Republic– Being one of the most steady, affluent, and developed economy its industries include High-Tech Engineering, Electronics, and Machine Building.

Estonia– The nation is a high-income economy with industrial sectors that mainly comprise Chemicals, Textiles, Machinery, and Electronics.

France– The country is the fourth largest industrial power with its economy driven by sectors like Power, Public Transport, and Defense.

Denmark– It is one of the most remarkable nations of the EU with a diverse economy of Services, Agriculture, and Industries.

Finland– One of the most prominent players in the global market, the economy of Finland is multi-sectorial with the most noticeable areas like Manufacturing, Refining, and Services.

Germany– Known as world’s famous business and manufacturing location the economy of Germany is dominated by Automotive, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical, and Electric Industries.

Greece– A vigorous shift in the sector from agriculture to manufacturing has caused the economy to rebound by opening several opportunities for development and growth in sectors like Textiles, Chemicals, Mining, and Petroleum.

Hungary– Hungarian sectors have undergone rapid transformation including major industries like Pharmaceuticals, Motor vehicles, Information technology, and many more.

Ireland– Being the most extravagant country in the world the nation has a mixed economy focused on Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Computer Hardware, and Medical Devices.

Italy– The country is the biggest worldwide exporter of luxury goods with industries in Textiles, Engineering Products, Pharmaceutical products that drive economic growth.

Latvia– The pillars of the Latvian economy are Agriculture, Chemicals, Logistics with more prominent sectors in Textiles, Machinery, and Green Technology.

Lithuania– It has a prime-suited business environment for investment across sectors like Petroleum Refining, Energy Supplies, Chemicals, and Textiles.

Luxembourg– Pointing towards a differentiated sectorial economy the government of Luxembourg has been encouraging the development in Information Technology, e-commerce, and Biotechnologies.

Malta– Recognized as a high level and exceptionally industrialized country the economy of Malta is very much evolved in Shipbuilding, development of gadgets, etc.

Netherlands– With encouragement from the government for innovation in various areas like Chemical, Logistics, High tech, and energy the business environment of the Netherlands is thriving and growing rapidly.

Poland– A growing manufacturing location in the European Union the economy of Poland is overwhelmed by areas such as Mining, Manufacturing, and Agriculture.

Portugal– Being the 40th largest exporter of goods the economy of Portugal is moving forward in areas like Manufacturing, Industries, and the Service sector.

Romania– Referred to as the Tiger economy the country of Romania is leading in fields like Automotive, Petrochemical, Metallurgical industry, and others.

Slovakia– The economy of Slovakia has transformed from a centrally controlled economy to a market-oriented one with development in sectors like Chemical Industry, Mechanical engineering, and Automotive.

Slovenia– The nation has made its transition to a modernized, diversified, and open market economy with main industries like Mechanical, Electronics, and Chemicals.

Spain– Being the largest exporter of Textiles Machinery the prominent industries of the economy of Spain are Textiles, Chemicals, and Shipbuilding and Automotive.

Sweden– Evolved from the traditional sector to a shift into high tech industries the Swedish economy has undergone a stable restructuring with development in sectors like Telecommunication, Pharmaceuticals, and Industrial Machines.

Easy access to tender information and various opportunities across these 27 countries can add to the expansion of your business. With Tendersinfo’s CPV driven tender searches you have all the information and insights across countries and sectors of the European Union right at your inbox.

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An SME Guide to Increasing Participation in Government Contracts /Tenders


The government has initiated several policies to increase the participation of SMEs in government contracts. With a transparent procurement procedure and value for money policy SMEs can easily tap into various opportunities from government procurement that holds a decent segment of the GDP. The SME sector has tremendous potential in driving the nation towards diversification and innovation while increasing the employment rate. With the number of advantages it holds its high time that SMEs goes in the right direction towards the expansion of their business by taking on government projects. Several misconceptions like being too small scale for taking on government projects and lack of guidance have caused the small business to lose out on opportunities.

More than 7000 plus government authorities release tender notices every day which indicate the pool of opportunities available for SMEs. Yes! Not all tender notices will be of use to you but a customized service can easily get you opportunities that will suit your niche. Also, Government procurement contracts are required to meet several eligibility requirements that are difficult for SMEs to fulfill. A practical approach to choose from government procurement is to first understand if the work is doable within your capacity. Keeping track of the eligibility requirements of various government tenders can help you bag a lucrative government project by collaborating with another SME or waiting for the right one. Several online portals are there to assist SMEs to follow the right procedure to select the best government contract for you.

Lack of experience is another difficulty that often stops small businesses from attempting to take on government contracts. Also, the thought that your products are not up to the levels to meet government requirements stops you from bidding on government projects. All these boils down to the root cause of the inability to find relevant contracts that do not require much experience or high-end products or services.

Tendersinfo is the go-to platform for SMEs to access government procurement opportunities across sectors. With an updated library and 300 plus researchers spread across different locations, we make sure you do not miss out on any opportunity to expand your business by way of government contracts. With features like Daily update, Bid Advisory, Project Information, Archive Database, Procurement Analytics, Contract Awards Tendersinfo subscription can help you get access to a host of opportunities that can lead to the expansion of your business.

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SME Scenario in India


Small and Medium Enterprises(SME) take up a significant portion of businesses in various countries and play a vital role in boosting the economic growth of a nation as it functional in creating job opportunities and develop products and services at a lower capital expenditure. Government procurement counts as the biggest source of acquisition in most countries. As development and growth are the significant drivers of government procurement it is pertinent that it offers an opportunity for SMEs to reach the extensive market and move towards feasible development.

The Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector has shown a steady increase in the Indian economy with more than 6.8 million registered under Udyog Aadhar contributing to 40% in exports 95 % in industrial units while 45 % is in the manufacturing output supporting a good proportion of employment in the country. The pandemic situation has caused severe losses for various SMEs causing many to shut down. The 2020-21 budget has significantly highlighted several measures that are to be taken to ensure greater participation of SMEs in Government Procurement.

The Union Finance Minister has allocated Rs 15,700 crores to the ministry of MSME and made certain changes relating to the reduction of customs duty on semis, flat, long products of non-alloy, alloy, and stainless steels along with revocation of anti-dumping duty (ADD) and countervailing duty (CVD). Tax holidays and the Capital Gain exemption is given to startups have been extended by one year till 31st March 2022.

Modi government’s Aatmanirbhar Program has set down different points of interest that SMEs have available for the Indian economy in the coming years. To list down a few-

Indian MSME is projected to grow to the tune of 9.6 % ensuring economic stability in the country.

Increased participation of SMEs in government procurement paves way for innovation, technology upgrade, product development, etc in varied sectors.

With the scope of advantages, SMEs have for the improvement of the economy it’s about time they move in the right direction towards increasing their participation in Government procurement. Various challenges might hold you back from bidding for government tenders like the misconception of being too small, inability to meet eligibility criteria, or lack of experience. Tendersinfo is here to assist you with the right type of government tender information that suits the area of expertise while helping you crack the procedure for winning government bids. In India 7000 plus authorities release tenders regularly and an organization can’t keep track of every tender notice. At Tendersinfo, we continuously update our Tender Library and send customized tender insights to our clients so that they do not miss out on any opportunity.

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National Health Service (NHS)- Addressing the Healthcare Public Procurement needs in the UK


Public Procurement for healthcare in the UK is embraced by the National Health Service (NHS) and its department. From purchasing countless goods and services for day to day needs of the nation, NHS has been effectively functional to deal with the staggering demand for safety kits and masks during the outbreak of the coronavirus. Primarily, the NHS deal with procurement of medicine, equipment, and facilities like cleaning, IT, etc in the health care infrastructure however in response to the pandemic, it has incorporated the procurement of ventilator, personal protective equipment (PPE), and masks. Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) along with NHS England and Public Health England take decisions regarding the financial plan and other high-priority objectives of NHS and its departments like PCTs, CCGs, etc. It invests around £70bn to take care of the procurement needs of the country. As the health sector accounts for a major part of government procurement a good portion of the DHSC budget is allocated for NHS spending opening up various opportunities for Bid Managers, Suppliers, and contractors to bid for the same.

As with any other public procurement organization the country post BREXIT, the rules of the UK apply to NHS and its departments. The key standards of procurement practice in the NHS include-
• Ensure procurement process by proper advertising of tenders.
• Keeping the procedural cycle in proportion to the value of the tender.
• Consistency of the rules of procurement and inclusiveness in the pre-requisites of contract awards and timelines.
• Equality and equity in providing opportunities to compete in the activity of execution of the projects.

The NHS procurement process involves a series of steps from issuing of prior information (PIN) to the issue of a contract followed by market warming engagements for potential bidders and afterward shortlisting of bidders through a questionnaire. After shortlisting, there is an invitation to tenders for presentation & interviews followed by the final announcement of the contract award. The Criteria of selection for NHS tenders is the ability to provide quality service at an economical cost. At Tendersinfo we bring to you updates about various opportunities in NHS and UK public procurement. For more information relating to NHS tenders click below.
NHS Supplies
National Health Service
NHS Tenders

With a proven track record of over two decades, we have been successful in facilitating the needs of quality procurement for NHS and the UK by keeping our subscribers updated with the latest happenings and requirements for the same

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Go Digital With The Bidding Process


Making a smart bid plays a crucial role in ensuring steady growth of an organization. As Bid Managers seek to bring more business into the organization there goes a lot of effort and team coordination to make sure that you get the contract award. From bid scheduling to approvals the bid process requires a lot of planning to make sure everyone is on the same page. Bid Management Software can keep you away from mundane activities and help you focus on the important ones.

An optimum combination of cost is a deciding factor in determining the chance of your win. As pricing discussion require inputs from multiple departments it is important to maintain the data and take into account each information before deciding on a price. Price Bid facilitates synchronization between different departments like Legal, Accounts, Management to make sure that everyone is aware of the inputs and then decide upon a price.

As a bid manager, it is important to keep track of the status of every bid and all the communication relating to it. It is imperative to come up with a quality proposal that gives you a competitive edge while keeping up with the approaching deadlines. Prompt communication and coordination are crucial to make sure you give quality results well on time. With timely alerts of deadlines and regular updates of bid status, Price Bid gives you the visible clarity that is required to meet timelines and not ask for last minute extensions.

A bid approval can change the plight of a bid by turning a losing bid into a contract award. As drafting of proposals require many add and edit at different stages to keep up with the client’s requirements it is important to keep the entire team updated about the changes. For every revision and justification, it is a must to keep team members in the loop to avoid questions like ‘When was this discount approved?’ or ‘Who has approved it?’. With Price Bid, you can capture competitor’s information, re-look at earlier proposals, get insights about the deal history and analyze the current bid that the team is working on all at one platform.

Keeping back up of documents and communication makes it easier to retrieve data and re-use it in the future. Price bid comes with a Bid Repository feature that serves as a single storehouse for all your bid-related documents like price, scope, BOM, approval, etc.

Bid managers need to analyze data spread across different business units or regions to make sure you can prepare a proposal that is feasible for the organization as a whole. Price Bid provides a single platform for maintaining records and information across multiple business units.
In conclusion, automation in the bid process bring along many advantages for the business in the long run. From cutting down complexities to ensuring transparency across team members Price Bid is an out and out solution for the entire RFP to approval process.

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Where is Government investment in High Speed Railways Projects heading in the coming years?

Modern engineering has given us its greatest feature for the fastest form of Transportation i.e the High-Speed Railway. Its fastest delivery and efficient mobility services across various nations make it one of the most significant connections across continents. The world has witnessed an ongoing growth in the development of the High-Speed Railway. As per Reports of the International Union of Railways (UIC) around 11,693 km of high-speed railways are up for construction. As per statistical reports collected by UIC, upgraded high-speed lines can facilitate a speed of 250km/hr. These lines include station routes, access to terminals and depots, etc.

A high-speed railway is a well-suited form of technology in several countries. Japan, France, and Morocco are already running their trains at a speed ranging from 250 km/hr to 350km/hr. At present, the commercial operation of high-speed railway is around 52,418 Km with is divided between Asia holding 10.766 km, the Middle East holding 1,043 Km, North America holding 735 km, and Africa holding 200 Km. Many governments have recognized the importance of a High-speed railway and are acknowledging the same. Turkey, South Korea, and Switzerland are looking out to implement new networks or extend the same to neighboring countries.

Priority projects like Trans-Maghreb and the Basque Y which feature infrastructure of more than 100 km of tunnels have caught the world’s attention. With a budget of £56.6 billion, The HS2 project stands to be one of the most expensive lines in the world. Governments across nations like Sweden, the Czech Republic, the Baltic countries, Russia, Egypt, South Africa, Australia, Canada, Brazil, Iran, Israel, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore are eyeing for implementation of High-Speed railways. As these projects lay the path for various opportunities for suppliers all around the world online infomediaries facilitate the bidding process and offer customized insights right to your mailbox.

At Tendersinfo you get access to government tenders of High-Speed Railways from all over the globe. With customized updates from 150 plus researchers spread across countries, we make sure you do not miss out on opportunities from the booming sector of high-speed railways. Below we have listed out several tenders across Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America.
For all high speed rail tenders click here:
High-Speed Railways
Trans-Maghreb high-speed rail
Egypt to build a high-speed railway to connect the Mediterranean with Red Sea
High-speed line from Johannesburg to Durban
Dubai to Abu Dhabi
High-speed rail for the densely populated island of Java
Tehran–Qom–Isfahan High Speed Rail
High-speed rail in Kazakhstan
Kuala Lumpur – Singapore High Speed Rail
High-speed rail in Thailand
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