Germany-Frankfurt-on-Main: ECB - Provision of office copy paper
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.ecb.europa.eu
Section II: Object
Provision of office copy paper.
The European Central Bank is seeking, on its own behalf and for the benefit of the Banque centrale du Luxembourg, Deutsche Bundesbank and De Nederlandsche Bank through this open joint tender procedure a supplier for the provision of copy paper.
Delivery is required to various locations in Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
The scope of this tender includes several types of paper different in colour, weight and size, which will be required and used in different black/white and colour printers, copiers and fax machines.
The documentation for this procurement can be downloaded from an Internet platform. If you are interested in participating in the procurement procedure please register via the Internet platform using the following Internet address, user name and password:
Internet address: https://www.ecb.europa.eu/secure/procurement/
User ID: 002591/A/ADS/2017
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
After you have registered an e-mail will be sent to you with a new user name and password. The Internet address will remain the same. Please use the new user name and password to download the application documentation.
However, your mere registration and downloading the documentation does not constitute an application. You must submit your application in hard copy version to the ECB, on time, in the format requested and including the content as further instructed in the application documentation.
Should you experience any problems in accessing the Internet platform for registration and/or downloading the application/tender documentation please do not hesitate to contact the ECB under the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the procurement number and problem experienced.
The ECB shall endeavour to answer all queries concerning access as quickly as possible but cannot guarantee a minimum response time. The ECB shall not be bound to reply to queries received less than 7 calendar days before the time limit for the submission of tenders.
The tender procedure shall be open on equal terms to all natural or legal persons resident or located in the European Union and to all natural and legal persons resident or located in a country which has ratified the World Trade Organisation Agreement on Government Procurement or has concluded with the European Union a bilateral agreement on procurement under the conditions laid down in the said agreements.
The tender procedure is conducted in accordance with Decision (EU) 2016/245 of the European Central Bank of 9.2.2016 laying down the rules on procurement (ECB/2016/2) (as amended), available on the ECB website at http://www.ecb.europa.eu (please look for the link ‘for suppliers’).
During the tender procedure tenderers shall not contact any ECB staff members or organisations/persons working for the ECB with regard to this tender procedure other than the person indicated in Section I.1). Tenderers shall also not contact potential competitors unless they intend to form a temporary grouping with them or to involve them as subcontractors. Any violation of this communication rule may lead to the exclusion of the tenderer in question.