All suppliers interested in working with us should register an expression of interest (EOI). We encourage local goods and services suppliers to participate. 

We will use your EOI information to

  • communicate opportunities as they become available
  • communicate project requirements, specifications and updates as they become available
  • develop our understanding of available and potential market capabilities and capacity.

How to register your EOI

  1. Visit our Project Marinus listing on the Industry Capability Network (ICN).
  2. Create your company profile.
  3. Register your EOI, including your interested categories of supply.

About ICN

ICN is a network of experienced industry procurement and supply chain specialists throughout Australian and New Zealand, who introduce large and small businesses to local and international project owners.

ICN Gateway was created over 30 years ago to increase economic activity and employment opportunities for local industry.

It is an independent organisation funded by members and subscribers, including Australian and New Zealand federal, state and territory governments.

Tenderlink

The tender process will be conducted through TasNetworks’ procurement portal on Tenderlink. If you want to apply for open tenders you need to register your business on the portal.

No charges or subscriptions are required to create your company profile or register an EOI via ICN, or register with TasNetworks’ Tenderlink portal. 


     

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