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This is with regards to the award of contract for the supply of energizers and accessories for electric fencing for the fiscal year 2015-2016. The National Plant Protection Centre (NPPC) would like to notify all concerned to note the changes in the attached quoted items list in the award of contract:
- No. 16- Energiser box is void.
- No. 27- LX-polar S2 Agriculture Fence Energiser, 5 Joules is corrected as LX-polar S5 Agriculture Fence Energiser, 5 joules
Therefore, this is to inform that the previous attached quoted items list along with rates in award of the contract is superseded by the attached award of contact.
This is issued for kind information and compliance. Inconvenience caused is regretted.
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