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Bids & RFPs

Aviation Fuel

Posted: Jan 15, 2019

The City of Tracy (“City”) invites proposals from qualified producers and suppliers of aviation fuels and lubricants to be the sole supplier of aviation fuels for Tracy Municipal Airport (“Airport”) located in Tracy, CaliforniaThe City is the owner and operator of the Airport which is managed by the Airport Manager as directed by the Tracy City Council. The City will enter into an appropriate agreement (“Fuel Supply Agreement”) with the successful Proposer.
 
To be considered for selection as the Fuel Supplier, Proposers should possess the following Minimum Qualifications:
A.     Proposer must be a refiner and producer or marketer of both Jet “A” and AvGas meeting standards established from time to time by the Federal Aviation Administration and by manufacturers of the aircraft routinely operated in the United States.
B.      Proposer must be able to supply the City with its requirements for aviation fuels for at least five years.
C.     Proposer must be a full service general aviation marketer who provides marketing support, including a nationally recognized brand identity.
D.     Proposer must agree to indemnify the City from loss arising from damage to property and injury to or death of persons arising from a failure of the quality of its products delivered to the Airport.
E.      Proposer must have in place a quality control program that meets or exceeds regulatory and industry standards.
F.      Proposer must have in place a customer service program that includes:
(i)      a representative that can answer fueling and quality control questions and provide support in a timely manner;
(ii)     experience with FAA regulations required to support the Airport’s requirements for FAA certification;
(iii)    a credit card program that utilizes standard POS equipment; either the system currently installed at the Airport, or a system provided by Proposer as part of the Fuel Supplier AgreementThe POS system must be capable of electronically processing the following cards with moneys returned to the City electronically or via check: Proposer’s credit card, Master Card, Visa, American Express, AvCard, Multi-Service Card, Discover, and Limited Government cards;
(iv)    options to participate in advertising programs for promotion of the Airport and fuel sales;
(v)     national advertising that supports its product and the general aviation industry;
(vi)    provision and installation of brand identification as approved by the Airport; and,
(vii)   an account manager whose total interest and function is aviation related.
G.    Also, the successful Proposer shall be required to outlay any and all startup costs related to the commencement of service to the Airport.

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