Handy Deed, the leading building company of Mount Vema is officially bidding to build the aquaculture installations project in Mount Vema, after expressing interest in the project announced by MONTfisheries in August this year when the fisheries company instructed W-Contractors to search for companies to design and build its aquaculture installations project with minimal or no damage to the Vema Seamount marine environment.
The deal made in August, just hours after W-Contractors launched an international campaign to hire sales representatives to invite businesses and organisations to bid for City of Mount Vema projects, both for corporate and government contracts, was part of a plan to expand recruitment that started in New York City – United States, to find potential contractors and sub-contractors with the aim to attract businesses willing to bid for contracts. The sales representatives would strive to secure repeat deals wherever possible and maintain good relationships with those contractors or sub-contractors who would become existing bidders.
With so few companies applying to build the installations, today after a number of consultations and an international recruitment campaign that led to the hiring of Project Architects and Engineers, Handy Deed, the leading building company of Mount Vema said it is ready to bid for the MONTfisheries contract, in line with government policy, which states that competition must be open to everyone and contracts must be awarded to the best proposals.
MONTfisheries aquaculture project will not only be beneficial to the economy, but it will also provide for crucial ecological functions and could potentially increase abundance and maintain biodiversity. The shelter will raise stocks of prey fish and small crustaceans by increasing recruitment opportunities in turn providing more prey for higher trophic levels.