AADE, the Independent Authority for Public Revenue, has announced a tender for systems intended to combat fuel smuggling and adulteration in the heating and shipping fuel sectors.
The authority’s decision comes as the latest step in the Greek State’s slow-moving effort to resolve these issues.
Winning bidders will take on contracts for the introduction of fuel smuggling and adulteration detection systems. The technology in this field has advanced, AADE noted in its announcement.
Interested parties can submit their queries to email@example.com by July 31 ahead of an October 1 deadline for applications. The country’s General Chemical State Laboratory is scheduled to deliver a finalized report of tracing systems submitted by March 2, 2020.