EPU/ECS/10 Registered as a Singapore public sector supplier for Electrical Components
A variety of electrical and electronic components, such as connectors, passive parts, printed circuit boards, relays, solenoids, semiconductors, switches, and other related things are covered under the category EPU/ECS/10, which EcoXplore is registered under.
EcoXplore has obtained a financial grade of S10 in addition to its EPU/ECS/10 certification. This proves the firm’s financial security and its capacity to handle significant contracts, making it a trustworthy option for any company wishing to do business with the government.
The financial grade of S10 and EPU/ECS/10 registration that EcoXplore possesses allow it to compete for government contracts worth up to $30M. This enables the business to access a variety of prospects and provide its electrical and electronic components to a variety of customers.
Overall, EcoXplore’s GSR registration and S10 financial grade are significant accomplishments that show the business’s knowledge and dependability in the area of electrical and electronic components. Contact EcoXplore without delay if you want qualified electrical and electronic components.
The Singapore Government Supplier Registration (GSR) system has a category called EPU/ECS/10. It includes a variety of electrical and electronic parts, such as: Connectors, printed circuit boards, passive components, relays, solenoids, semiconductors, switches, and other related components.
Companies that fall under this category’s registration are eligible to submit bids for government contracts and collaborate with government organisations to supply these parts. These businesses are now able to market their goods and services to a larger clientele thanks to this registration, which shows how much faith and confidence the government has in them.
About Government Supplier Registration
Government Electronic Business (GeBiz), which is overseen by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) of the Singaporean government, is responsible for managing Government Supplier Registration (GSR). GeBiz is in charge of running the website where businesses may submit applications for GSR and also acts as the main hub for government procurement. Companies may be needed to gain GSR status in order to be eligible for government contracts if they seek to provide goods and/or services to Singapore’s public sector. For a company to qualify for GSR, several requirements must be met.