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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF JNPT CONTRACT (2)

3.11 PACKING AND MARKING FOR SHIPMENT:

1 All equipments/spare parts required under this Contract shall be packed, securely placed and protected by the Contractor during transportation to India. Packing cases shall be of a size convenient for shipment and cases containing easily damageable articles. The Contractor will be held responsible for the improper packing and protection of the parts. .2 The cases, crates and packages shall be permanently branded and painted with the shipping marks. The marking shall be carried out with a view to the mark remaining unobliterated, when the consignment reaches destination but as a further precaution, a reproduction of the shipping marks shall be placed inside each case, crate and packages. .3 Packages or bundles, which cannot be permanently branded, shall have metal label, with the above particulars stamped or attached to them by strong wire.

3.12 COMPLETION PERIOD OF WORK:

Under this tender JNPT intends to invite price offer for acquiring 6 Nos. New RTYGCs. The period of completion for total Works, under this Contract shall be as given below; Design, Manufacture, Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning and Guaranteeing the performance of 6 Nos. of New Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTYGCs) at JNPCT, with a Total completion period of 12 (Twelve) months from the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance (LOA).

3.13 RATES AND AMOUNTS INCLUDE ALL CHARGES:

The rates and amounts submitted by the Tenderer shall include all payments on account of taxes, levies, duties, royalties etc. payable to the State of Maharashtra or Government of India or any other authority or Body Corporate and all other incidental charges that the Tenderer may have to bear for the execution of the Works. The tenderers shall make their own arrangements to ascertain the applicable rates in respect of Central Excise Duty from the concerned Govt. Authorities. In case of the rates of other taxes, if any, payable, the tenderers are required to ascertain the same and quote element wise as given in the Price- Schedule under the item ‘D’, Other taxes, if any payable’.

3.14 ADDITIONS AND ALTERNATIONS:

1 JNPT may give instructions and directions as may appear (necessary and proper) to the JNPT for the guidance of the Contractor and good and efficient execution of the Works under this contract without altering major conditions and scope of work of the Contract. .2 The Contractor shall receive, obey and be bound by the same according to the true intent and meaning there of.

3.15 EXECUTION:

The Contractor shall, in consideration of payments to be made to him as hereinafter provided, execute and do the Works set forth as described in the scope of the work and specifications, including any amendments to tender clauses.

3.16 EXTRAS:

Any extra expenses incurred in connection to the Works by the JNPT in the performance of the Works owing to the neglect or omission on the part of the Contractor, in any of the case mentioned in this Contract shall be deducted from any sum due or which may thereafter become due to the Contractor or from any amount lying with them or under their control or he may be called upon to pay the amount of such extra expense to such person or persons as the JNPT may appoint to receive the same and in the event of the Contractor failing to make such payment, the said amount shall be recoverable from him in such manner as the JNPT may determine.

3.17 USE OF GROUND:

The Contractor shall be allowed to use such an area as in the opinion of the JNPT may be absolutely necessary for the proper and efficient execution of Works and on completion of Works or termination of his Contract, he shall clear away all his tools, plant, rubbish and other materials within a fortnight and hand over vacant and peaceful possession of the same to the JNPT in a tidy and clean condition. The Contractor shall not be allowed to erect any structures on any property of the JNPT.

3.18 CONTRACT DOCUMENT MUTUALLY EXPLANATORY:

1 The several documents forming the Contract are to be taken as mutually explanatory of one another and should anything appear in one that is not described in the other, no advantage shall be taken of any such omission. .2 In case of any discrepancies or inconsistencies however appear, or should any misunderstandings arise as to the meaning and of the specifications or drawings or as to the dimensions or the quality of the material or proper execution of the Works or as to the measurement or quality and valuation of the Works executed under this Contract or as extra thereupon, the same shall be explained by the Engineer In-charge or his authorised representative. .3 The explanation of Engineer In-charge or his authorised representative shall be final and binding upon the Contractor and the Contractor shall execute the Works according to such explanations, and without extra charge or deductions to/from the Prices specified in the bill of quantities and do all such Works and things as may be necessary for the proper completion of the work as implied by the specification and drawings, even though such work and things are not specifically shown and described therein.

3.19 ACCESS TO SITE:

The Contractor shall obtain prior permission of the JNPT before any person connected with the Works visits the site. The Contractor shall abide by the regulations and rules of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust and Central Industrial Security Force in respect of entry/exit and movement in the premises.

3.20 CONTRACTOR'/S EQUIPMENT:

1 The Contractor shall be responsible for supply, use and maintenance of all the equipment and he shall ensure that they are suitable for the work and are maintained in such a manner as to ensure their efficient working. .2 The JNPT may, if they deem fit, direct the Contractor to remove from site any equipment which are not efficient and/or prejudicial to the quality of the work to be replaced by equipment to their satisfaction. The Contractor shall immediately follow JNPT'/s directions/instructions.

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