Procurement News - Latest Tenders News & Updates

Get latest Procurement news & updates on Bid Detail. Set Alert for Upcoming Global procurement News & New Tender News worldwide. Search International & Global Procurement News & Tender news on Bid Detail.

1.

Aecom wins project management contract for Saudi Arabia’s futuristic Neom

US-headquartered global infrastructure firm Aecom has been awarded a multi-year contract to provide project management consultancy services for Phase 1 of Neom Bay, part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin S ......

  • Saudi Arabia
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 11 Jul 2019
view notice less notice
Description US-headquartered global infrastructure firm Aecom has been awarded a multi-year contract to provide project management consultancy services for Phase 1 of Neom Bay, part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s plans for “Neom”, a $500bn high-tech economic zone to be built from scratch in the country’s north west on the coasts of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba. Neom Bay Phase 1 is intended as the first showcase of the Neom vision, comprising several thousand residential units, leisure, retail, commercial, public and entertainment facilities, Aecom said today. It will provide project management, contract administration, technical and environmental support services, and site supervision over the design and construction phases of the project, located at a 45 sq km area at Neom Bay. First announced in 2017 as part of bin Salman’s “Vision 2030” plan to attract investment and diversify the Saudi economy away from oil, the scheme was envisaged as a 26,500 sq km haven for futuristic business sectors that stretched into Egyptian and Jordanian territory. The name “Neom” is derived from the shortening of the Arabic term for “new future”. It fell into controversy in October last year following the murder of Saudi dissident journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, when a number of high-profile figures, including the architect Norman Foster, suspended their involvement in the Neom advisory board. “We are delighted that Neom has chosen Aecom to drive the delivery of this significant project,” said Ian Laski, president and CEO, Aecom Arabia, adding Aecom had begun mobilising local and global resources for the project. On Sunday, 30 June the first flight took off from the new Neom Bay Airport, built to serve the Neom zone. Saudi Arabian Airlines said it will operate two flights a week from Neom to Riyadh.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source http://www.globalconstructionreview.com/news/aecom-wins-project-management-contract-saudi-arabi/
2.

Procurement Guidelines for State Entities

The Regulations governing public procurement have a bearing on both the Procuring Entity (PE) and on the bidder with the former expected to design the procurement rules which the later should follow. ......

  • Zimbabwe
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 02 Jul 2019
view notice less notice
Description The Regulations governing public procurement have a bearing on both the Procuring Entity (PE) and on the bidder with the former expected to design the procurement rules which the later should follow. The decentralisation of procurement decision making means that each PE is now responsible for managing its procurement requirements. To this end, it is critical for all PE staff involved in public procurement to have appropriate knowledge and skills to achieve the best outcomes. Competent staff must possess both skills and knowledge about the new law. Responsibility for procurement Section 14(1) of the PPDPA Act states that each PE shall be responsible for managing its procurement, where the value of the procurement requirement is below the prescribed financial thresholds stated below; (a) US$200 000, in the case of construction works; or (b) US$100 000, in the case of goods; or (c) US$50 000, in the case of consultancy and non-consultancy services; PEs shall be responsible for managing their own procurement. For procurements above these financial thresholds, PE’s must obtain authorisation from PRAZ to conduct procurement. Authorisation to conduct procurement Section 15 (1) prohibits a PE from conducting any procurement in which the value of the procurement requirement is at or above the prescribed threshold unless the procuring entity has been authorised by the Authority. This restriction means that every procuring entity that conduct procurement should have applied for authorisation to conduct procurement after January 1, 2018. Authorisation to conduct procurement shall be given in writing; and may be subject to such terms and conditions as the Authority may specify in the authorisation; and shall be valid for a period of two years from the date on which it is given, and may be renewed for further such periods. In other words, authorisation may be conditional and subject to renewal every two years. Application for Authorisation Requirements The Third Schedule to the Act provides the requirements for the applications. These are: a) The nature of procurement proceedings to be conducted by the procuring entity that is the Procurement Plan; and b) The assignment of responsibilities for procurement within the procuring entity’s organisation that is the organisational structure; and c) The identity of the procuring entity’s accounting officer; and d) The structure of the procuring entity’s Procurement Management Unit and names of individuals that may be used in evaluation committees; and e) The procuring entity’s facilities for conducting procurement proceedings that is address and location of PMU that is procurement reports; and f) Particulars of procurement proceedings conducted by the procuring entity during the preceding two years; and g) Such other information as may be required in the application form or as the Authority may reasonably require. The Authority may in relation to a procuring entity that fails to obtain authorisation to initiate or conduct any procurement proceedings at or above the prescribed threshold appoint another procuring entity so authorised to conduct such procurement on behalf of the first mentioned entity. Renewal of authorisation Before the expiry of its authorisation, a procuring entity must apply to the Authority for renewal of the authorisation. On the other hand, the Authority shall continuously assess the following: (a) The continued capacity of authorised procuring entities to conduct procurement proceedings; and (b) The compliance of authorised procuring entities with the terms and conditions of their authorisation; If the Authority considers that the entity no longer has the capacity to conduct procurement proceedings, or is contravening or failing to comply with any material term or condition of its authorisation, the Authority may cancel the authorisation or direct the entity to rectify the non-compliance, or may take such other measures to remedy the situation as the Authority considers necessary or desirable. However, before cancelling a procuring entity’s authorisation, the Authority shall notify the entity concerned of the proposed cancellation and the reasons for it, and shall give the entity a reasonable opportunity to make representations in the matter. Sensitisation workshop In order to capacitate its stakeholders on the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act, PRAZ will be conducting a Breakfast Meeting Sensitisation Workshop on April 25, 2019 at ZITF in Hall 2. The Authority’s stakeholders who would like to participate may contact PRAZ on the contact details above.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.herald.co.zw/procurement-guidelines-for-state-entities/
3.

Dubai Electricity and Water Company (DEWA) is offering consultancy services for the study, development and construction of floating solar power plants in the waters of the Arabian Gulf

In support of the objectives of the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 to diversify the Emirates energy resources and make Dubai a global center for clean energy and green economy and provide 75% Of Dub ......

  • United Arab Emirates
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 22 Jun 2019
view notice less notice
Description In support of the objectives of the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 to diversify the Emirates energy resources and make Dubai a global center for clean energy and green economy and provide 75% Of Dubais energy from clean energy sources by 2050. In a new and innovative initiative to use solar technologies, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has announced a tender for consultancy services to study, develop and establish floating solar power plants in the waters of the Arabian Gulf. The consultancy contract includes feasibility study and preparation of technical requirements for the construction of floating solar PV panels, environmental studies and marine requirements including tidal factors, safety procedures, electrical conductivity, system performance and other required studies and settings, as well as preparation of technical specifications for the project . Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), said: "We are working on the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to achieve economic and social development. Environmental and natural resource conservation within the framework of federal and local strategies including UAE Vision 2021, UAE 2071, Dubai 2021 and Dubai Clean Energy 2050, where our strategies and action plans are guided by the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum , God bless him Dubai is the worlds least carbon footprint by 2050. " "We are working on the launch of innovative initiatives and solutions that are committed to our vision of providing an innovative and sustainable world for future generations. Flooding PV systems are an emerging technology based on the deployment of photovoltaic solar systems directly over water." Achieving the goals of the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 requires a production capacity of 42,000 megawatts of clean and renewable energy by 2050. DEWA has launched several ambitious initiatives and projects to achieve this goal, including the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Complex, the largest power plant Renewable power plant in one location in the world, with an independent product system, with a production capacity of 5000 MW by 2030 with investments of AED 50 billion.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source http://alwatannewspaper.ae/?p=484081
4.

"Transport" offers the tender for the Fifth National Communication Plan

opened the tender board Thursday, 18 tenders followed by 9 government bodies, most notably the Ministry of Communications and Communications for the fifth national communication plan "NTP5", and offer ......

  • Bahrain
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 22 Jun 2019
view notice less notice
Description opened the tender board Thursday, 18 tenders followed by 9 government bodies, most notably the Ministry of Communications and Communications for the fifth national communication plan "NTP5", and offers 3 bids without specifying the value, and the tender for the integrated upgrade of the voice communications system and offers bids above 338 thousand dinars, Thousand dinars. The Ministry of Works, Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning, the Ministry of Labor, the Tender for the Future Generations Building, provided consultancy services for the survey of quantities before and after the contract, while 7 bids were submitted without specifying the value. As for the works of tender tender "works of operation and maintenance of sub-sewage plants" project number SES-18-11-501 and offers 5 bids above 750 thousand dinars and the lowest 515 thousand dinars. A tender of the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTI) was opened for the preparation, manufacture, processing, delivery and dismantling of the exhibition pavilion at IMEX 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany, with a bid of 43,000 dinars. The University of Bahrain submitted a tender for the supply of textbooks to the University of Bahrain and the College of Bahrain for Teachers, and submitted 5 bids above the value of 517 thousand dinars and the lowest 62 thousand dinars. While the Housing Bank has launched two different tenders, most notably the appointment of a contractor to carry out the landfill work for Bandar Al-Sawaya and Dannat Al-Sawaya and submit 11 bids for it, and the tender for the appointment of the quantity surveyor for the projects of Devan Bandar Al-Sawaya and Dannat Al-Sawaya. 5 bids were submitted with a value of 199 thousand dinars and a minimum of 20,000 dinars. Bahrain Airport Company has opened two tenders, the most important of which are the disposal, recycling and collection of solid and liquid waste for the Bahrain International Airport, where it has submitted 5 bids above the value of 2 million dinars and the lowest 294 thousand dinars. The Bahrain Petroleum Police (Bapco) presented four tenders, most notably the tender for the provision of engineering services, offering 6 tenders without specifying the value, and a tender for the supply of units to the hydrogen unit No. 1, with 3 bids submitted above, valued at 929 thousand dollars. In addition to the prequalification tender in general to provide cleaning and cleaning services for storage tanks and provide them with 10 bids without specifying the value and tender a time contract for the provision of cabinets / kitchen cabinets "three-year time contract" and gave them bids above 406 thousand dinars and the lowest 162 thousand dinars. The Financial and Administrative Control Bureau opened a tender for health insurance for the staff of the Financial and Administrative Control Bureau, where 4 bids were submitted above 187 thousand dinars and the lowest 101 thousand dinars. Gulf Air has bid for the document creation program and has submitted 3 bids worth $ 443,000.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://alwatannews.net/article/830555/Business/%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%88%D8%A7%D8%B5%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%AA-%D8%AA%D8%B7%D8%B1%D8%AD-%D9%85%D9%86%D8%A7%D9%82%D8%B5%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AE%D8%B7%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%88%D8%B7%D9%86%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AE%D8%A7%D9%85%D8%B3%D8%A9-%D9%84%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%AA%D8%B5%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%AA
5.

DEWA invites bids for floating solar farms in Arabian Gulf

State utility Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has issued a request for proposal (RFP) for floating solar photovoltaic (PV) plants in the Arabian Gulf. The new initiative will support the ......

  • United Arab Emirates
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 21 Jun 2019
view notice less notice
Description State utility Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has issued a request for proposal (RFP) for floating solar photovoltaic (PV) plants in the Arabian Gulf. The new initiative will support the Dubai Clean Energy Strategy 2050 (DCES 2050). Under the strategy, Dubai aims to generate 75% of the region’s total power output from clean sources by 2050. The RFP is for the appointment of consultants to study, develop and construct floating solar PV plants in the area. According to the tender, consultancy services include conducting a feasibility study, the technical requirements for a floating solar PV plant, an assessment report on environmental impact and a marine requirements study. It will also include conducting studies on establishing electrical transmission, safety plan, and seawater feasibility studies. DEWA managing director and CEO Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer said: “At DEWA, we work in line with the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice-president and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to achieve economic, social, and environmental sustainable development and preserve natural resources within the framework of federal and local strategies, including the UAE Vision 2021, UAE Centennial 2071, the Dubai Plan 2021, and the DCES 2050, as directed by His Highness, to make Dubai the city with the lowest carbon footprint in the world by 2050.” In order to achieve DCES 2050, Dubai will need 42,000MW production capacity of clean and renewable energy by 2050. The single-site Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is one of several projects launched by DEWA as part of the strategy. Built with a total investment of AED50bn (13.6bn), the solar park has a planned capacity of 5,000MW by 2030.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.power-technology.com/news/dewa-invites-bids-for-floating-solar-farms-in-arabian-gulf/
6.

EBRD to help Lebanon’s solar plus storage tenders

The nation has plans for two ambitious renewable energy tenders but the procurement process is dragging and Lebanese institutions lack experience in designing such schemes. A solution will be provided ......

  • Lebanon
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 11 Jun 2019
view notice less notice
Description The nation has plans for two ambitious renewable energy tenders but the procurement process is dragging and Lebanese institutions lack experience in designing such schemes. A solution will be provided by Europe. APRIL 8, 2019 ILIAS TSAGAS ENERGY STORAGE MARKETS POLICY UTILITY SCALE STORAGE UTILITY-SCALE PV LEBANON A call has gone out for tender consultancy services. Image: alphastockimages.com ShareIcon FacebookIcon TwitterIcon LinkedInIcon Google PlusIcon WhatsAppIcon Email Lebanon has plans for renewable energy tenders including a procurement exercise for three 100 MW solar plus storage projects, for which it has received 75 expressions of interest. pv magazine has previously outlined the process of the tender – which is being managed by Lebanon’s Ministry of Energy and Water – which will see the Lebanese authorities review the expressions of interest before publishing a call for project proposals. In the meantime, Lebanon’s institutions have been seeking advice on best practice regarding the proposals call, and discussed the matter at the Beirut Energy Forum in September. The EBRD The process has been slow and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has offered a solution. The EBRD announced it “is intending to engage a consultant to provide support to the Lebanese authorities for the successful implementation of renewable energy auctions”. The selected consultancy will provide technical, financial and legal assistance for the solar plus storage tender and an on-shore wind exercise. The consultant will be selected competitively and it is hoped will start a 30-month contract in June. That timeframe provides a schedule for the tendering of Lebanon’s solar plus storage projects. Financing for the consultancy work, which it is estimated will cost around €1.75 million plus VAT, will be covered by EBRD donor funds. Interested consultants should file their applications no later than 5pm (GMT) on Wednesday, April 24. This article was amended on 09/04/19 to reflect the consultancy services are expected to be worth around €1.75 million, not €750,000, as previously stated.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/2019/04/08/ebrd-to-help-lebanons-solar-plus-storage-tenders/
7.

Denmark seeks technical consultant on Fehmarnbelt

Femern Bælt A/S launched a tender for a framework agreement concerning railway technical consultancy services on the future fixed rail link across Fehmarn Belt. The deadline for requesting for partici ......

  • Denmark
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 30 May 2019
view notice less notice
Description Femern Bælt A/S launched a tender for a framework agreement concerning railway technical consultancy services on the future fixed rail link across Fehmarn Belt. The deadline for requesting for participation is 17 June 2019. EUR 4 million is the estimated value of the contract and the price is not the only award criterion and all criteria are stated only in the procurement documents. The contract will be performed within 96 months (8 years) with an extension option for 3 x 2 years. The contract will cover railway safety consultancy services throughout the remaining part of the project as well as the beginning of the operational phase. According to the tender, a maximum of 5 candidates will be invited to submit tenders. If more than 5 candidates fulfil the fixed minimum requirements and are not subject to grounds for exclusion Femern A/S will make its selection based on the list of deliveries/references. In this respect Femern A/S will emphasise the best and most relevant references. The consultant is expected to perform assistance in the CSM-RA (risk evaluation and assessment) and RAMS (reliability, availability, maintainability and safety) process for the railway works, as well as to review the technical consultant’s and contractor’s railway safety process. The consultant will also provide assistance in developing and maintaining of Femern A/S’s railway safety management system and assistance in the testing and commissioning processes. The tender was announced on May 20, on the Tender Electronic Daily.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.railwaypro.com/wp/denmark-seeks-technical-consultant-on-fehmarnbelt/
8.

City of New York issues RFQ for consultancy services for USD500 million climate resilience project

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) has issued a request for qualifications for consultancy services for Financial District and Seaport Climate Resilience Master Plan. NYCEDC is s ......

  • United States
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 27 Apr 2019
view notice less notice
Description New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) has issued a request for qualifications for consultancy services for Financial District and Seaport Climate Resilience Master Plan. NYCEDC is seeking qualified interdisciplinary teams of consultant firms, including but not limited to engineers, architects, resilience planners, urban planners, community engagement specialists, and policy/legislative specialists for the provision of master planning services for a potential shoreline extension or outboard structure to protect against the projected impacts of climate change in the Financial District and the South Street Seaport neighborhoods from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Battery in Lower Manhattan, New York. The Master Plan will develop a complete design, identify financing and governance strategies, including establishing a public-benefit corporation to finance, construct and manage the First Phase Project. Major reports in 2018 have solidified the scientific consensus that climate change will produce devastating global consequences at a faster rate than previously thought. A plan for action is needed to ensure that Lower Manhattan’s vitality and growth continues in this century and into the next. Lower Manhattan Climate Resilience Study was made to identify future climate risks and impacts on this area. Lower Manhattan neighborhoods represent a unique combination of high climate risk and few adaptation options due to a highly constrained waterfront that lacks the physical space needed to implement most large-scale adaptation projects. In the face of these unique conditions that make constructability of on-land adaptation measures infeasible, the study recommends developing a plan to extend the Manhattan shoreline into the East River to protect the low-lying and highly constrained Seaport and Financial District area. In addition, the city of New York will advance USD500 million for four capital projects to reinforce Lower Manhattan’s coastal areas and provide interim flood protections for the Seaport, parts of the Financial District and Two Bridges neighborhoods, to begin construction between 2019 and 2021. In the South Street Seaport area, parts of the Financial District and Two Bridges neighborhoods, Emergency Management (EM) will spend USD3.5 million to deploy a combination of just-in-time Tiger Dams and pre-deployed HESCO barriers by the 2019 hurricane season as temporary measures in advance of a permanent solution. In Battery Park City, the Battery Park City Authority (BPCA), with USD134 million in bonds, will reconstruct its esplanade and open space to adapt to new climate conditions. BPCA started the design in 2018 and will start construction in 2020. In The Battery, NYCEDC, in partnership with NYC Parks, BPCA and the Battery Conservancy, will invest USD165 million to elevate the wharf and esplanade and integrate a protective barrier such as a berm at the back of the park. This design will preserve the look and feel of the existing park while strengthening the shoreline. Construction will begin in 2021. In the Two Bridges neighborhood, NYCEDC is designing an integrated flood protection system comprised of permanent barriers and deployable or ‘flip up’ protections that will protect view corridors and public access. DDC will manage construction of the USD200 million investment, which will begin in 2021. The deadline for the submission of documents is on May 7, 2019
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.infrapppworld.com/news/city-of-new-york-issues-rfq-for-consultancy-services-for-usd500-million-climate-resilience-project
9.

EBRD to help Lebanon’s solar plus storage tenders

Lebanon has plans for renewable energy tenders including a procurement exercise for three 100 MW solar plus storage projects, for which it has received 75 expressions of interest. pv magazine has pre ......

  • Lebanon
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 20 Apr 2019
view notice less notice
Description Lebanon has plans for renewable energy tenders including a procurement exercise for three 100 MW solar plus storage projects, for which it has received 75 expressions of interest. pv magazine has previously outlined the process of the tender – which is being managed by Lebanon’s Ministry of Energy and Water – which will see the Lebanese authorities review the expressions of interest before publishing a call for project proposals. In the meantime, Lebanon’s institutions have been seeking advice on best practice regarding the proposals call, and discussed the matter at the Beirut Energy Forum in September. The EBRD The process has been slow and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has offered a solution. The EBRD announced it “is intending to engage a consultant to provide support to the Lebanese authorities for the successful implementation of renewable energy auctions”. The selected consultancy will provide technical, financial and legal assistance for the solar plus storage tender and an on-shore wind exercise. The consultant will be selected competitively and it is hoped will start a 30-month contract in June. That timeframe provides a schedule for the tendering of Lebanon’s solar plus storage projects. Financing for the consultancy work, which it is estimated will cost around €1.75 million plus VAT, will be covered by EBRD donor funds. Interested consultants should file their applications no later than 5pm (GMT) on Wednesday, April 24. This article was amended on 09/04/19 to reflect the consultancy services are expected to be worth around €1.75 million, not €750,000, as previously stated.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.pv-magazine.com/2019/04/08/ebrd-to-help-lebanons-solar-plus-storage-tenders/
10.

Priority Software acquires OPTIMIZE GROUP to expand ERP software services in Europe

A global leader in flexible, end-to-end business management solutions has expanded its presence in Europe following the acquisition of an ERP software and service provider. Priority Software announce ......

  • Belgium
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 15 Apr 2019
view notice less notice
Description A global leader in flexible, end-to-end business management solutions has expanded its presence in Europe following the acquisition of an ERP software and service provider. Priority Software announced in a statement this week that it had acquired OPTIMIZE GROUP, a Belgium-based full-service ICT services provider, as it continues to expand its European footprint. OPTIMIZE GROUP, through its four business divisions – M-Soft (solutions for the steel industry), Jamadata (beverage industry), DAVE (Just Software – solution for SMEs working on Mac and Windows) and OPTIMIZE (professional services division providing customised ERP software and support). OPTIMIZE also provides Business Intelligence (BI), Customer Relationship Management Services (CRM), Business Process Management (BPM), e-commerce and consultancy services. Through the acquisition, Priority Software will maintain OPTIMIZE’s reputation across Europe, and OPTIMIZE will become an independent unit within the company. SEE ALSO: Read the March issue of Supply Chain Digital TA Associates and Vista Equity Partners acquire Aptean to provide ERP and supply chain solutions Esker partners with Fuji Xerox to implement automated payment solutions across Asia-Pacific Strategic supplier relationships, sustainability and digitalisaton: five procurement trends for 2019 “The acquisition was brought about by the synergy between our two companies and our shared product approach to flexible and open solutions,” said Andres Richter, Priority CEO As we continue to expand our global operations at a rapid pace, and now, with a strong foothold in Belgium, we are confident that with OPTIMIZE, we will work together to grow our presence in neighbouring European countries. As an ambitious emerging player in the global ERP market, customer satisfaction is at the top of our agenda, and working closely with OPTIMIZE will give both our companies a true competitive edge.” Paolo Senes, OPTIMIZE Founder, adds: “We have found the exact partner we were looking for. With Priority’s vision and innovation, I am confident that we have placed our company, customers and employees in good hands. We also extend our appreciation to SDM-VALORUM who advised OPTIMIZE on the transaction.”#
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.supplychaindigital.com/procurement/priority-software-acquires-optimize-group-expand-erp-software-services-europe

Filter Procurement News

Top