Tses, Namibia, August 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Tses Glass (Pty) Ltd, the premier glass manufacturing company in Namibia, has selected the Germany-based company, ThyssenKrupp Uhde, for the development, engineering, and construction of the Tses Glass Gas Pipeline, a 336 kilometer pipeline from Luderitz to Tses, Namibia in order to safely transport its needed natural gas from Luderitz to Tses, Namibia.
Tses Glass seeks to import natural gas in the amount of 64 million Nm3 per year in a form of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), store it, and re-gasify it to be transported via the planned Pipeline to its glass manufacturing facilities in Tses. "The use of this pipeline gives us higher security and safety net supply of natural gas that we need at Tses Glass," says Simon Kapenda, Managing Director of Tses Glass.
Tses Glass is inviting a reliable supplier of LNG, with Luderitz, Namibia as the FOB destination, as well a supplier of Light Diesel Oil or LPG as a backup for fueling and powering its four different glass production factories, whose construction starts in May 2014.
Submit your competitive bid along with your company profile and your ability to supply the needed LNG, light diesel oil, or LPG by no later than 16h00 on August 23, 2013 to the email address; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tses Glass is being developed to have all four separate manufacturing plants in a single location in Tses, Namibia; starting out with a 250 tons per day Container Glass Plant, 600 tons per day Float Glass Plant, 350 tons per day Tableware Glass Plant, and 200 tons per day Ultrathin Glass Plant, making it the largest dynamic glass manufacturing hub in the world.
About Tses Glass
Tses Glass (Pty) Ltd is a Namibia-based premier company involved in an integrated glass production with its headquarter offices and base of production operation to be based in Tses, Namibia. Tses Glass is a joint-venture between Groot Group, Tses Village Council, SDS Group, and Nissi Group.
Simon Kapenda, Co-founder and Managing-Director
Tses Glass (Pty) Ltd