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Tender Prices

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The published tender price lists are the list of prices offered by tenderers where the tender has been opened, or has been recently awarded. It is based on the form of tender submitted by the tenderers.

The following tender price listing (for tenders that have been opened) will be displayed for seven (7) days, starting from the published date.

Disclaimer: Prices shown are offer prices specified in the tender documents submitted to TNB. Tenaga Nasional Berhad is not bound to accept the lowest tender or any specific tender.

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Tender Notices

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Tenders are invited from suppliers / contractors registered with the Ministry of Finance (MOF) or Kementerian Kewangan (KK) / Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK), Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) for supply / work as follows:-

Important Notice : To all TNB Vendors/Suppliers/Contractors. To update your details, please click Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) Implementation


Payments for the tender document should be made in Cash / Bank Drafts / Cashier’s Order at the following time:-

Monday - Thursday 9.00 a.m - 1.00 p.m
2.00 p.m - 4.00 p.m.
Friday 9.00 a.m - 12.30 noon
2.30 p.m - 4.00 p.m.

Payments made are not refundable.

Tenderers are required to produce the original certificate of registration and photocopy with KK/PKK/TNB and CIDB when buying the tender documents.

Tenaga Nasional Berhad does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender nor to assign any reason for the rejection of any tender nor will it be responsible for any cost incurred by the tenderers.

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Business Opportunities

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Managing the Supply Chain effectively has become ever more critical in today’s very competitive marketplace. For more than 60 years, TNB has been powering the nation’s progress and recognizes that success in this endeavor is supported by a strong supplier base. Without strong supplier relationships, especially in these challenging times, neither party will succeed.

By working together, TNB and its suppliers can both continue to grow in the future. Thus, we believe it is critical that our suppliers and contractors have a thorough understanding both of our business and our expectations of their performance.

Interested to explore business opportunities with TNB?

Definition

Supplier Individual

Companies or any parties supplying product to TNB.

Contractor Individual

Companies or any parties providing Works and Services to TNB.

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Our Requirements

This section explains our basic and mandatory requirements that suppliers must comply to before working with TNB. Click on any of the following links to get started.
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This section explains our basic and mandatory requirements that suppliers must comply to before working with TNB. Click on any of the following links to get started.

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Procurement Process

This section will provide you with information on the end-to-end TNB procurement process. Click on any of the following links to get started.
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This section will provide you with information on the end-to-end TNB procurement process. Click on any of the following links to get started.

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Policies and Procedures

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Rules and regulations have been established for guidance and compliance by all suppliers/contractors. Penalties established for violations of the said rules and regulations are not meant to be punitive but corrective.

TNB shall take the appropriate measures against all erring suppliers in order to keep the integrity of its purchasing system and to maintain a pool of competent suppliers/contractors.

Penalties for Rejection of Award

Suppliers/ contractors shall be subjected to penalties for any refusal to accept the Letter of Intent/ Letter of Acceptance/ Purchase Order within the validity period. However, penalty shall not be imposed if:

     
  • TNB’s offer is different from the original specification stated in the tender/ quotation
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  • TNB’s offer is different from the tenderer’s proposal

The penalties are as follows:

       
  1. The Tender Bond, if applicable, is forfeited
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  3. First offence - final warning or blacklisted from participating in TNB’s future procurement exercises for a minimum period of six (6) months and maximum period of one (1) year
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  5. Second offence – blacklisted for a minimum period of one (1) year and maximum period of two (2) years
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  7. For the third offence, suppliers will be de-registered and barred from participating in any of TNB’s future procurement exercises.

Penalties for Non-Performance

Action for non-performance shall be taken according to the agreed terms and conditions of the contract. Besides Liquidated and Ascertained Damages (LAD) or contract termination, non-performing contractors shall be subjected to further penalties as follows:

Non-performing contractors shall be subjected to further penalties as follows:

       
  • Blacklisted from participating in TNB’s future procurement exercises for a period of one (1) year to three (3) years
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  • For the second offence, de-registered and barred from participating in any of TNB’s future procurement exercises
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  • For companies that have been de-registered, the directors and the majority shareholders shall also be blacklisted to ensure that they do not form another company to participate in TNB’s future procurement exercises

Penalties for each offense (which may range from reprimand to de-listing) are not absolute and may vary depending on the gravity and frequency of the offense and are subject to the discretion of the TNB.

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Supplier Relationship Management

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Overview Of SRM

Introduction

What is the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Project?

Procurement Division has charted its 5 years business plan for 2010-2015 with the full support of ICT Division, one initiative identified is the holistic implementation of the Supply Chain Management (SCM) Project.

This project framework is intended to provide the Procurement Division with the technological ability to implement best practice procurement processes, analyses and standardisation to create value opportunities and sustain efficiency, transparency and consistency.

What are the five modules in the SCM Project?

The SCM Project will acquire and implement a solution suite integrating to our existing application portfolios in accordance with the solution framework and will be implemented in 5 modules:

Intergrated solution suite

Objectives

  • To monitor policy and process compliance
  • To automate and improve operational business processes
  • To better manage vendor development programs
  • To give holistic visibility and control of suppliers in TNB
  • To give in-depth visibility into TNB’s procurement spends

Benefits

E-tendering / E-purchasing

Features:

  • Demand Aggregation.
  • Online RFXs & auctioning – allows buyers to establish sources of supply for works and services
  • Front and web enablement for full tender & award process using project management and document sharing facilities; functions for tenders/bids prequalification, comparison and evaluation.
  • Event-triggered workflow and notification.

Expected Benefits:

  • Shorter lead time from tender to award.
  • Improvement in the visibility, transparency and manageability of sourcing process.
  • Improvement in buyer negotiating power by embedding best practices sourcing techniques across enterprise.

 

Enterprise Contract Management

Features:

  • A central searchable database for all types of agreements.
  • Contract authoring – template supports and rule-based wizards for the full legal document.
  • Contract distribution, usage & renewal.
  • Performance & Compliance management – configurable alerts and notifications for milestones and renewal/expiration management.

Expected Benefits:

  • Centralization and search ability of all legal agreements in a single repository.
  • Ease of contract compliance monitoring by the alerting mechanism for milestones and renewal/expiration monitoring.

 

Supplier-Buyer Portal

Features:

  • Interactive platform for both buyers & suppliers.
  • Suppliers – register online, purchase tenders; participate in bids; download orders; view account & performance data; maintain profiles/catalogs; submit invoice, vendor complaint management.
  • Buyers – creating RFXs; requisitioning, order processing and approvals; contract administration and vendor evaluation.

Expected Benefits:

  • Accelerate the speed and accuracy of information exchange for both buyers and sellers.

 

Supplier Relationship Management

Features:

  • Online registration and document exchange capabilities.
  • Survey tool to gather feedback and manage qualitative data.
  • Functionality to track and manage supplier performance.
  • Platform for credentials management.
  • Alerting system for dates and milestones management.

Expected Benefits:

  • Enable supplier collaboration (on boarding and document exchange); segmentation and development; diversity and risk management; and performance management.

Spend Analytics

Features:

  • Spend Data Aggregation.
  • Data Cleansing & Enrichment.
  • Spend Analytics & Reporting.
  • Spend Initiative/Project Management.

Expected Benefits:

  • Enable identification and prioritization of cost savings opportunities.
  • Drives compliance to category sourcing strategy.
  • Avoid resources misallocation at early stage.

System Requirement

The minimum system requirement to access & run Supplier Self Service & Registration of Suppliers

Software

Software Requirement
Flash Player

Minimum version 10

 

Browser

Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) and Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) ONLY Setting: Click the Compatibility View button on the Address bar.

OR

On the Tools menu, click to select the option Compatibility View

Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) and Internet Explorer 11 (IE11)

Setting:

 

  1. Tap or click the Tools button , and then tap or click Compatibility View settings.
  2. Under Add this website, enter tnb.com.my and then tap or click Add.

 

Java

Minimum version 1.6

PDF Reader

Adobe Reader

User/Password

Suppliers need to register first using Registration of Suppliers (ROS) to obtain valid username and password.

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ROS

NOTICE : Implementation of Electronic  Purchase Order (ePO) through Supply Chain Management System (SCMS).
Full Announcement here.

Introduction

Welcome to TNB Online Supplier Registration

Thank you for your interest to become a Supplier to TNB, For smooth registration, please ensure

  1. You have readily scanned all certified supporting documents
  2. You have entered and attached all the necessary documents and information. Upon full comprehension of the reading materials, please proceed to enter your data and complete this activity by selecting the ‘Send’ button at the end of the registration page.

Banking Notice :-

In line with government initiatives to reduce the use of cheques, TNB has provided direct crediting payments to the supplier account. Charges imposed by the bank shall be deducted, where applicable.

For fast crediting of payment, suppliers of TNB are encouraged to open a Maybank account.

Objectives

At TNB, we value the strong base of suppliers we have developed and upon whom we depend as they work reliably to help us meet the highest standards of service. We periodically review our relationships to ensure we continue to engage suppliers who are eager to be measured by their excellent service, on-time deliverables and competitive pricing.

With the implementation of Registration of Supplier [ROS], TNB and suppliers will be able to communicate on a single platform to bring advantage to all parties involved.

Benefits

  • Suppliers will be able to register online from wherever together with scanned supportive documentations
  • Suppliers will be able to print the registration certificate upon approval of the registration
  • Suppliers will be able to update and maintain their own company data in the system

Workflow

Registration of Supplier (ROS) Workflow

Click here to read FAQ

 

Supplier Self Service (SUS)

Click button above to login into SUS Portal (for Vendors) and SRM /SPM (for TNB users)

NOTICE : Implementation of Electronic  Purchase Order (ePO) through Supply Chain Management System (SCMS).
Full Announcement
here.

 

Important Notice :

Introduction

Tenaga Nasional Berhad has developed Supplier Self Service (SUS). SUS is a hosted solution that reduces costs in the procurement cycle as it improves business document exchange and content flow. SUS is a hosted solution that reduces costs in the procurement cycle as it improves business document exchange and content flow. Supplier Self-Services can be accessed easily using a Web browser and is tailored for the procurement of goods as well as services.

This Web-based portal will offer our suppliers the opportunity to access their own purchase orders, invoice, and payment information through a secured login to the Portal.

With TNB Supplier Self Service Portal, you will be able to register for portal access using this website.

Objectives

Supplier Self Service (SUS) is a hosted solution that reduces costs in the procurement cycle as it improves business document exchange and content flow. SUS can be accessed easily using a Web browser and is tailored for the procurement of goods as well as services.

This Web-based portal will offer our suppliers the opportunity to access their own purchase orders, invoice, and payment information through a secured login to the Portal.

Benefits

  • Supplier can access system to view ePO, contract status, invoice status, payment status and new tender
  • Supplier can be submit tender/RFx on line
  • Supplier can initiate and post “details of technical work completion or material delivery”
  • Supplier can post invoice electronically
  • Supplier can receive PO acknowledgements and PO change communication

Workflow

Supplier Self Service (SUS) Workflow

Click here to read FAQ

 

Contract Lifecycle Management

TNB VENDOR

Click the related button above to login into CLM Portal

Introduction

Welcome to TNB Contract Lifecycle Management

Contract lifecycle management (CLM) is the proactive and collaborative, efficient management of a contract from initiation of Letter of Intent, Letter of Acceptance, Contract Document, Addendum/Variation Order until the closure of the contract.

CLM also manage the compliance of contract issues including Performance Security management, Assent to Deed of Assignment/Factoring, delay damages and termination of contract. Implementing CLM can lead to significant improvements in cost savings and efficiency.

Objectives

  • Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) is designed to manage the contract life-cycle from the initiation of contract award up to the closure of the contract file through web-based portal
  • CLM would be able to assist the Supplier to collaborate and communicate with TNB besides to track the updated contract status
  • CLM can be effectively managing all types of contracts, including the automation of alerts and reminders to the Suppliers

Benefits

  • Supplier would be able to access system to view status of Letter of Intent, Letter of Acceptance, Addendum, Variation Order
  • Supplier would be able to review the contract status (documentation and enforcement)
  • Supplier would be able to collaborate with TNB on contract management issue through online
  • Supplier would be able to receive relevant notification and reminders in the system

Video Walkthrough

  1. Supplier First time log in : English | Malay
  2. Supplier View Contract: English | Malay
  3. Supplier discussion: English | Malay

Click here to read FAQ

User Guide

A. General

  1. Registration Guidelines
  2. Certificate Renewal Guidelines
  3. Supplier First Time Login
  4. Update Company Information
  5. Creation of Sub IDs
  6. Maintain Supplier Certificate
  7. Preview and Print Approved Certificate
  8. New /Renew Certificate Receipt

B. eTender

  1. Single Envelope - Bidder Intent, Participate, Create and Submit Respond
  2. Two Envelope - Bidder Intent, Participate, Create and Submit Respond

C. ePO Related

  1. Material ePO
  2. Service ePO

D. Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM)

  1. CLM Supplier Manual

Video Walkthrough

A. eTender

  1. Single Envelope Tender : English | Malay
  2. Two Envelope Tender : English | Malay

B. ePO

  1. Material ePO
  2. Service ePO

     

SCM Service Desk

SCM Service Desk have been set up to support TNB Suppliers who may have queries or need clarifications by contacting:

Address :

Supply Chain Management System (SCMS) Unit, Sourcing Controller Department, Procurement Division, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Aras 10, NU Tower 2, 203, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, KL Sentral 50470, Kuala Lumpur.

phone 03 Tel: +603 2776 7090

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Register as TNB Supplier

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NOTICE : Implementation of Electronic  Purchase Order (ePO) through Supply Chain Management System (SCMS).
Full Announcement here.

Introduction

Welcome to TNB Online Supplier Registration

Thank you for your interest to become a Supplier to TNB, For smooth registration, please ensure

  1. You have readily scanned all certified supporting documents
  2. You have entered and attached all the necessary documents and information. Upon full comprehension of the reading materials, please proceed to enter your data and complete this activity by selecting the ‘Send’ button at the end of the registration page.

Banking Notice :-

In line with government initiatives to reduce the use of cheques, TNB has provided direct crediting payments to the supplier account. Charges imposed by the bank shall be deducted, where applicable.

For fast crediting of payment, suppliers of TNB are encouraged to open a Maybank account.

 

Objectives

At TNB, we value the strong base of suppliers we have developed and upon whom we depend as they work reliably to help us meet the highest standards of service. We periodically review our relationships to ensure we continue to engage suppliers who are eager to be measured by their excellent service, on-time deliverables and competitive pricing.

With the implementation of Registration of Supplier [ROS], TNB and suppliers will be able to communicate on a single platform to bring advantage to all parties involved.

 

Benefits

  • Suppliers will be able to register online from wherever together with scanned supportive documentations
  • Suppliers will be able to print the registration certificate upon approval of the registration
  • Suppliers will be able to update and maintain their own company data in the system

Workflow

Registration of Supplier (ROS) Workflow

 

User Guide

  1. Objective of Supplier Registration
  2. Information of Registration
  3. Registration of Supplier
  4. Supplier First Time Login | Pengwujudan ID dan Katalaluan Pertama Kali
  5. Creation of New User ID

Video Walkthru:

English version: Registration of Supplier | Supplier First Time Login

Malay version: Registration of Supplier | Supplier First Time Login

Click here to read FAQ

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