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RFQ for Gas Engine

04/25/2014 2:13 AM

We are procuring Gas Engine for the first time in a project. Can anybody send the RFQ for Gas Engine, which includes essential requirements irrespective of rating.

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Re: RFQ for Gas Engine

04/25/2014 6:23 AM
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Re: RFQ for Gas Engine

04/25/2014 11:40 PM

Saurabh,

Though consultancy is not my main business, yet I have done one project for biggest Japanese automobile manufacturer in North India for 2MW Gas Gen set.

You have mentioned Gas Engine but not application - Power Generation or Drive for compressor etc. I can help your firm if it located is in Northern India - reason being for remote location shall not prefer to travel so that my primary business is not effected.

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Re: RFQ for Gas Engine

04/29/2014 7:40 AM

Not via CR4 as the internal messaging system cannot accept attachments and e-mail addresses in postings are removed as they are in breach of CR4 rules.

One way is to establish a relationship with another user that can help and then share e-mail addresses privately using the CR4 personal messaging system in the first instance.

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