COMMERCIAL ASSETS OF THE FORMER COCOA INDUSTRY BOARD
The Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ), on behalf of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries (MICAF), is seeking investors with the financial capacity to purchase the commercial assets of the former Cocoa Industry Board (CIB) and to undertake the development, operation and management of these assets.
The commercial assets of the CIB which are being divested include:
- Richmond, St. Mary (fermentary);
- Morgan’s Valley, Clarendon (fermentary);
- Haughton Court, Lucea, Hanover (fermentary) and
- Richmond, St. Mary (cocoa farm).
Interested investors are invited to submit detailed offers for any or all the asset packages identified in the Request for Proposal (RFP).
Bids in response to this invitation must be submitted no later than 14 December 2018 by 12:00 noon (Jamaica time) in accordance with the procedures stipulated in the RFP. The RFP is free and can only be collected upon signing and returning the Confidentiality Agreement in duplicate which may be accessed at http://www.dbankjm.com.
The sole point of contact for information and submitting bids regarding the divestment of the assets of former CIB is:
Public Private Partnerships & Privatisation
Development Bank of Jamaica Ltd
11A-15 Oxford Road