Posted: Friday, December 8, 2023. 11:45 am CST.
By Horace Palacio: The Belize Agricultural Health Authority (BAHA) has announced an open invitation to the general public for bidding on a collection of unserviceable motor vehicles. This unique opportunity allows interested parties to purchase vehicles that have served the BAHA but are no longer in operational condition.
The list of vehicles up for bid includes a range of pickups and vans, notable for their varied uses in agricultural and health operations throughout Belize. The vehicles are stationed primarily at Central Farm, with one located in Orange Walk. The inventory for sale includes:
Prospective bidders are required to submit their bids in sealed envelopes, clearly labeled with the vehicle license plate number or Camper Model, facilitating an efficient review process. The deadline for bid submission is set for the close of business on Friday, December 29th, 2023.
For those seeking more details, Mr. Eric Figueroa at BAHA Belmopan is available for contact via telephone at 822-0818/0197 ext. 232.
It is important for bidders to note that the vehicles are being sold “as is” and at their current locations. The winning bidders are obligated to make full payment within two days of awarding and bear the responsibility for all applicable duties and taxes at the time of purchase. Additionally, the removal of the purchased vehicle must be completed within four days.
Sealed bids are to be addressed to:
Mrs. Zoë Roberson Zetina
Belize Agricultural Health Authority
Corner Hummingbird Highway and Forest Drive
PO Box 169
This event marks a significant moment for the BAHA, as it transitions its fleet and opens up a chance for the public to own a piece of Belize’s agricultural and health history.
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