The Medical Supply Chain Unit handles the primary supply chain functions of the Ministry of Health. Beyond supporting the nation’s healthcare professionals in its procurement of medicines and consumables, the unit is also responsible for the day-to-day management of the State Medical Store and the distribution of medicinal products to hospitals and healthcare facilities all across Brunei.
Brunei Engineering, Logistics and Training Solutions has been appointed as the authorized supply chain management agency for the Ministry of Health. Launched on 1st October 2020, the program aims to increase the efficiency of the cost-effectiveness of the nation’s healthcare supply chain: in procurement, warehousing, and logistics activities.
As part of its effort to materialize this, BELTS wishes to notify the industry that it will be issuing Tender inviting companies to participate in the supply of the following medicines and medical consumables:
Interested companies are encouraged to participate in the tender which is planned to be released in stages. Details on the tender shall be provided within the tender document which will be released on 2nd November 2020. Interested companies will be required to register with RBTS before participating in the tender. Further details can be obtained in the coming weeks from our tender page at http://www.belts.com.bn and you may forward any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org