A.P. Forest Development Corporation Ltd

Reports

Ref.No.FDC/OP.001/ EPW/2016-17/
Date .04.2016
TENDER NOTICE
 
Sealed Tenders are invited for purchase of 35000 MTs of Eucalyptus debarked Pulpwood (approx.) from diverted area of Euc. Plantations in Eluru, Division of West Godavari District of A.P Forest Development Corporation Ltd, to be harvested during 2016-17 working season.Tender documents, with full details can be obtained, for each Unit, from the
 
Registered Office cited from 00.4.2016 onwards and also from the Regional Offices of A.P Forest Development Corporation located at Rajahmundry / Nellore on payment of Rs.2,290/- (inclu. of APVAT). In case, the tender documents are required by Post, the same will be supplied on payment of Rs.2400/- for each tender form (inclusive of all Taxes), through Demand Draft drawn in favour of A.P
 Forest Development Corporation Ltd.
 
For each unit, separate sealed Tender form shall be submitted, duly super scribing the number of the Unit and Name of the Division on the sealed envelop.Tenders will be received up to 5.00 PM on .05.2016 and the same will be opened (Unit-wise) from 11.00 AM onwards on .05.2016.After the 1 st sale on .05.2016, for the remaining unsold units, tenders will be received upto 5.00 PM on .05.2016 and the same will be opened (Unit-wise) from 11.00 AM onwards on .05.2013.
 
 
Vice Chairman and Managing Director
 

 

Sri YS Jagan Mohan Reddy

Hon'ble Chief Minister

Government Of Andhra Pradesh

Sri Balineni Srinivas Reddy

Hon'ble Minister for Environment, Forest, Science & Technology

Dr. Aruna Kumar Monditoka

Chairman - Andhra Pradesh Forest Development Corporation Ltd.

Global Tender cum eAuction of Red Sander Wood New

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High Level Eucalyptus Clonal Plantation
APFDC had been raising Industrial Plantations of Eucalyptus and Bamboo so far covering an area of 48,000 ha and 10,000 ha respectively. The plantations raised through seed in the past have given an average yield of only 10 MT/ha at the rotation age of 8/9 years as against projected yields of 40 MT/ha. The yield from subsequent rotations is only ⅓ rd to ¼th of first rotation.