Gazprom subsidiary in Surguy to purchase 40 pens worth $7.6k
The average price of one pen, according to the lot, is 11,400 rubles ($174).
Gazprom’s subsidiary, Gazprom Transgaz Surgut, has placed an order for the purchase of elite stationery on the site of public procurement. The cost of the lot is 456 thousand rubles ($6,975).
According to the document, the customer requires a total of 40 pens. Of these, there are 20 fountain and 10 ballpoint pens, as well as 10 pens from the category “drawing ink pens, ball-point pens, stylographs, and others.”
The material and other criteria of the goods are not specified. At the same time, the average price of one pen is 11,400 rubles ($174). It is necessary to supply the goods until March 6.
Ura.ru could not reach Gazprom Transgaz Surgut for comment on why does the company with state participation need expensive office supplies, and for whom they are intended.
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