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Post  Admin on Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:41 am

Dear company

Our company can sell  nickel

Nickel is a scarce material used in military weapons, aerospace, stainless steel industry, high-tech and other fields. There is no real public sale in the world. Because of the shortage of goods, nickel is a precious military and high-tech raw material. Our company has warehouses to store goods for sale.

One. Nickel content 60% nickel block 700000 yuan / ton.

2、 IF The buyer has the economic and financial strength, communicate online, and then take the bank's capital documents to China for face-to-face negotiation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nickel

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Querida empresa

Nuestra empresa puede vender níquel

El níquel es un material escaso utilizado en armas militares, aeroespacial, industria del acero inoxidable, alta tecnología y otros campos. No hay venta pública real en el mundo. Debido a la escasez de bienes, el níquel es una materia prima militar y de alta tecnología preciosa. Nuestra empresa cuenta con almacenes para almacenar productos para la venta.

Uno. Contenido de níquel 60% de bloque de níquel 600000 yuanes / tonelada.

2 、 SI el comprador tiene la fortaleza económica y financiera, se comunica en línea y luego lleva los documentos de capital del banco a China para una negociación cara a cara.

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C3%ADquel

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We can proceed all B.I (Bank instrument of MTN/BG/SBLC) anytime

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EOI (Expression of Interest)
Expression of Interest (EOI), also known as the Registration of Interest (ROI), has a similar function as the Request for Information (RFI). It is used as a screening process in the initial stages of procurement so as to create a formal and more specific Request for Tender or RFT (a later stage in the procurement function). When a company releases an EOI, it is required to estimate the ability of a market to supply or collect more information before moving to RFT. A company making a purchase is unlikely to appoint a contractor via EOI. For that to happen, a process has to progress until it reaches RFT.

EOI is a type of open tendering that enables any company to come forward. It gives rise to a tough competition and provides the benefit of allowing new and potential suppliers to secure their work. However, in construction contracts, it is largely criticized for attracting suppliers that are not suitable for the contract, which results in a waste of time, money, and effort.

The advertisement that requests an EOI must include a description of the contracting body, description of the contract (such as budget and scale), type of contract, procurement route, terms and conditions, submission address and deadline, and other details (including contact information, description of the organization, technical capacity and related experience, availability of staff and their experience, etc.)

RFP (Request for Proposal)
On the other hand, RFP, also known as Request for Offer (RFO), is a document that can easily be modified. It is mostly used when a purchaser is looking for a solution-based response to fulfill its requirements and in cases where other factors (excluding price) are central to the evaluation of each offer. It is also used in situations where no clear solutions or specifications are available, and the purchasing department is looking for a number of innovations and options. These instruments are more flexible than the RFT (which normally has well defined solutions or specifications). The RFP is mainly used in the professional services where a solution cannot be defined easily.

An RFP contains background information on the organization and its line of business. The request consists of specifications that explain the solutions the organization is seeking. Moreover, it also includes the evaluation criteria for how proposals are graded, a statement of work that describes the tasks to be performed by a bidder who wins the contract, and the timeframe in which to finish the project.

An RFP is usually created because of the complex nature of a project. Companies can benefit from various bidders when looking for a well-integrated solution from a number of suppliers. For example, if a company is planning to switch its business from a paper-based environment to computer-based environment, it may request a proposal for software and hardware in addition to the training that is required for installing and integrating new systems into the business.

In the public sector, entities may issue an RFP for creating an open competition in order to bring down the cost of a solution. However, it must be noted that the RFP closest to the specifications may not necessarily be the one with the lowest price. When accepting a proposal, companies must carry out a cost benefit analysis to make sure the cost does not out-weigh the benefits.

Different Levels of Procurement
EOI is often executed at the initial level of procurement. It can be released in cases where the purchaser is slooking for industry input in order to scope out the requirements that would eventually go in the market in later stages. As already discussed, the RFP is normally the next step; wherein, the purchaser seeks solution-based approaches for the delivery of product or services.

A Request for Information (RFI) is used when you think you know what you want but need more information from the vendors. It will typically be followed by an RFQ or RFP.

A Request for Quote (RFQ) is commonly used when you know what you want but need information on how vendors would meet your requirements and/or how much it will cost.

A Request for Proposal (RFP) is used when you know you have a problem but don’t know how you want to solve it. This is the most formal of the “Request for” processes and has strict procurement rules for content, timeline and vendor responses.
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