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Dienstleistungen - 111687-2015

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Diese Bekanntmachung wurde annulliert von:  256123-2016
31/03/2015    S63    Dienstleistungen - Wettbewerbsbekanntmachung - Offenes Verfahren 

Deutschland-Mainz: Betrieb von Flughäfen

2015/S 063-111687

Wettbewerbsbekanntmachung

Dieser Wettbewerb fällt unter: Richtlinie 2004/17/EG (Versorgungssektoren)

Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber / Auftraggeber

I.1)Name, Adressen und Kontaktstelle(n)

Offizielle Bezeichnung: Land Rheinland-Pfalz - Ministerium des Innern, für Sport und Infrastruktur / Rhineland-Palatinate — Ministry of the Interior, Sports and Infrastructure
Postanschrift: Schillerplatz 3-5
Ort: Mainz
Postleitzahl: 55116
Land: Deutschland
Kontaktstelle(n): KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft ('KPMG'), The Squaire — Am Flughafen, 60549 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Zu Händen von: Dr. Steffen Wagner, Dr. Carsten Jennert, LL.M.
E-Mail: steffenwagner@kpmg.com, cjennert@kpmg-law.com
Telefon: +49 6995871507

Internet-Adresse(n):

Hauptadresse des öffentlichen Auftraggebers / des Auftraggebers: http://isim.rlp.de/

Weitere Auskünfte erteilen:
die oben genannten Kontaktstellen

Ausschreibungs- und ergänzende Unterlagen (einschließlich Unterlagen für den wettbewerblichen Dialog und ein dynamisches Beschaffungssystem) verschicken:
die oben genannten Kontaktstellen

Angebote oder Teilnahmeanträge sind zu richten an:
die oben genannten Kontaktstellen

I.2)Art des öffentlichen Auftraggebers
1.3)Haupttätigkeit(en)
Flughafenanlagen
1.4)Auftragsvergabe im Auftrag anderer öffentlicher Auftraggeber / anderer Auftraggeber
Der öffentliche Auftraggeber / Auftraggeber beschafft im Auftrag anderer öffentlicher Auftraggeber / anderer Auftraggeber: nein

Abschnitt II: Gegenstand des Wettbewerbs / Beschreibung des Projekts

II.1)Beschreibung
II.1.1)Bezeichnung des Wettbewerbs/Projekts durch den öffentlichen Auftraggeber / den Auftraggeber:
Sale of a 82.5 % Shareholding in Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn GmbH.
II.1.2)Kurze Beschreibung:
Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn GmbH (‘FFHG’) owns and operates the regional Frankfurt-Hahn Airport with a 24/7 operating license. FFHG has two shareholders, the federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate (82.5 %) and Hessia (17.5 %). The federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate intends the sale of its 82.5 % shareholding in a structured bidding process. In addition, the preferred bidder in this bidding process will be given the opportunity to enter into negotiations with the federal state of Hessia, which also considers the sale of its 17.5 % shareholding. FFHG's articles of association stipulate a mechanism for the disposition of Hessia's shareholding. The articles of association can be reviewed at the German commercial register.
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport in the past has always been a top 10 public passenger airport and one of the most important freight airports in Germany. It is located near two metropolitan areas Rhine-Main (Frankfurt am Main, Wiesbaden, Mainz, etc.) and the Rhineland (Cologne, Dusseldorf etc.) and is connected to the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). FFHG offers complete airport management services, ground handling and versatile commercial activities including retail and food/beverages as well as car parking. At Frankfurt-Hahn Airport nearly all relevant passenger aircrafts and all important freight aircrafts can land as it has a runway of 3 800 meter x 45 meter with 7.5 meter hardened shoulders on each side and is certified for B747/800. It has up to 20 apron parking positions depending on aircraft size and over 10 000 car park spaces. Frankfurt-Hahn Airport has several warehouses located directly at the apron. Due to a successful financial realignment in 2014, FFHG today operates almost free of debt. The financial realignment included the successful conclusion of EU-state aid proceedings by Commission Decisions SA.21121 and SA.32833 of 1.10.2014, the sale of non-business related land, a capital restructuring including an equity increase of 121 900 000 EUR and an extraordinary depreciation of fixed assets. In addition to the shares, the buyer will have the opportunity to acquire real estate located in the immediate vicinity of the airport at market terms.
A short description of the investment opportunity is available from KPMG AG, The Squaire — Am Flughafen, 60549 Frankfurt/Main, Germany,
II.1.3)Gemeinsames Vokabular für öffentliche Aufträge (CPV)

63731000

Abschnitt III: Rechtliche, wirtschaftliche, finanzielle und technische Angaben

III.1)Kriterien für die Auswahl der Teilnehmer:

KPMG has been appointed by Rhineland-Palatinate to act as its financial and legal advisor in this transaction. For additional information regarding the transaction, please contact Dr. Steffen Wagner (steffenwagner@kpmg.com; Phone: +49 699587-1507) and Dr. Carsten Jennert (cjennert@kpmg-law.com); KPMG AG, The Squaire, Am Flughafen, 60549 Frankfurt/Main.

Potential purchasers are kindly asked to express their interest in the acquisition of the 82.5 % shareholding in Flughafen Frankfurt-Hahn GmbH by 30.4.2015 addressed to KPMG, i.e. Dr. Steffen Wagner / Dr. Carsten Jennert. Later expressions of interest will not lead to an exclusion from the bidding process, but all potential purchasers will have to keep the same deadlines for the subsequent bidding rounds.
All potential purchasers will have to sign a confidentiality agreement with RLP. Subsequently KPMG will contact all potential purchasers to provide them with an information memorandum and process letter. Rhineland-Palatinate and KPMG will invite all potential purchasers having signed the confidentiality agreement to submit an indicative (non-binding) bid by the end of July 2015. The bids must contain a preliminary business concept including a business plan.
The investment opportunity published in this notice is not a public procurement contract in the sense of the German Law Against Restraints on Competition (‘Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen’) and/or the Directives 2004/17/EC (Utilities) or 2004/18/EC and thus is not governed by public procurement law. Instead, this notice invites potential investors to participate in a structured bidding process for the sale of Rhineland Palatinate's 82.5 % shareholding in FFHG.
III.2)Angaben zu einem besonderen Berufsstand
Teilnahme ist einem bestimmten Berufsstand vorbehalten: nein

Abschnitt IV: Verfahren

IV.1)Art des Wettbewerbs
Offen
IV.2)Namen der bereits ausgewählten Teilnehmer
IV.3)Kriterien für die Bewertung der Projekte:
Rhineland-Palatinate is planning at least two bidding rounds, one with indicative/ one with compulsory bids. Bids in each bidding round will be evaluated in 2 steps:
(1) First step: Business Concept.
First, bidders must submit a business concept for FFHG containing at least the following elements:
— the future business model for FFHG;
— a business plan until 2024 including at least a revenue and results plan, an investment plan as well as an employment plan, alongside explanations thereof and;
— the assumptions underlying the bidder's business plan.
The business plan may also consider operating aid to be granted to FFHG by Rhineland-Palatinate. The operating aid must be in line with the applicable guidelines by the European Commission (EU OJ 2014, C 99/3) and is limited to the maximum volume of operating aid as foreseen in FFHG's own business plan. Investment aid granted by Rhineland-Palatinate to FFHG may also be part of the bidder's considerations, as far as it is compatible with the air transport guidelines by the European Commission (EU OJ 2014, C 99/3). Aid by Rhineland-Palatinate will only be paid if and to the extent permitted by the European Commission upon notification.
(2) Second step: Profitability.
Rhineland-Palatinate is interested in both a high purchase price and a sustainable continued operation of the Frankfurt-Hahn Airport. Therefore, bidders must offer a purchase price and/or make a binding commitment regarding the volume of their future investments in the fixed assets of FFHG in the period 2015-2024. Rhineland-Palatinate, taking into account the business plan of FFHG, considers to bear a share of the future investment costs to the extent such investment aid complies with the applicable air transport guidelines by the European Commission.
Conditions for Contracting:
The sale of the 82.5 % shareholding in FFHG by Rhineland Palatinate as well as the sale of the 17.5 % shareholding by Hessia are subject to compliance with respective budgetary laws. Rhineland-Palatinate will only conclude a sale and purchase agreement if the sale of the 82.5 % shareholding generates an economical benefit to Rhineland-Palatinate compared to the continued operation of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport by a state-owned company.
The investment opportunity published in this notice is not a public procurement contract in the sense of the German Law Against Restraints on Competition (‘Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen’) and/or the Directives 2004/17/EC (Utilities) or 2004/18/EC and thus is not governed by public procurement law. Instead, this notice invites potential investors to participate in a structured bidding process for the sale of Rhineland-Palatinate's 82.5 % shareholding in FFHG.
IV.4)Verwaltungsangaben
IV.4.1)Aktenzeichen beim öffentlichen Auftraggeber/beim Auftraggeber:
Project Runway
IV.4.2)Bedingungen für den Erhalt von Vertrags- und ergänzenden Unterlagen
IV.4.3)Schlusstermin für den Eingang der Projekte oder Teilnahmeanträge
Tag: 30.4.2015 - 12:00
IV.4.4)Tag der Absendung der Aufforderungen zur Teilnahme an ausgewählte Bewerber
IV.4.5)Sprache(n), in der (denen) Projekte erstellt oder Teilnahmeanträge verfasst werden können
Deutsch. Englisch.
IV.5)Preise und Preisgericht
IV.5.1)Angaben zu Preisen:
Es werden ein oder mehrere Preise vergeben: nein
IV.5.2)Angaben zu Zahlungen an alle Teilnehmer
IV.5.3)Folgeaufträge
Ein Dienstleistungsauftrag infolge des Wettbewerbs wird an den bzw. an einen der Gewinner des Wettbewerbs vergeben: nein
IV.5.4)Entscheidung des Preisgerichts
Die Entscheidung des Preisgerichts ist für den öffentlichen Auftraggeber / den Auftraggeber bindend: nein
IV.5.5)Namen der ausgewählten Preisrichter

Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben

VI.1)Angaben zu Mitteln der Europäischen Union
Auftrag steht in Verbindung mit einem Vorhaben und/oder Programm, das aus Mitteln der Europäischen Union finanziert wird: nein
VI.2)Zusätzliche Angaben:
Frankfurt-Hahn Airport offers an ideal position due to its proximity to all major cargo airports and all major German and European industrial centres, reachable within six (Germany) or 24 trucking hours (rest of Europe). Having a balanced mix of routes and airlines (especially RyanAir, SunExpress, WizzAir and military transit) and a modern infrastructure, Frankfurt-Hahn Airport served over 2 400 000 passengers in 2014. From 2000 to 2014, consolidating its stable development, Frankfurt-Hahn Airport on average grew by 14 % in passenger and 4.1 % in cargo business. Its maximum passenger business capacity of 5 600 000 passengers per year can be extended considerably thereby serving 9 million potential customers in its catchment area. Given the airport's freight capacity of 350,000 tonnes per year, large extentions are also possible in freight business. Alongside being perfectly embedded into the German traffic grid, the Frankfurt-Hahn Airport will further be best connected to Brussels as well as the seaports such as Antwerp and Rotterdam through the so-called Hochmosel Bridge to be built until 2018. This will enhance Frankfurt-Hahn Airport's current market position being the leading true-low-cost airport and one of the leading cargo airports in Germany ranking among the top 12 of all cargo airports Europe-wide. Further substantial developments with a large growth potential in the passenger and freight segments can be conducted on the basis of Frankfurt-Hahn Airport's strong market position and highly favorable infrastructural and technical assets (3 800 meter x 45 meter runway, 24/7 operation license and no-slot restrictions, 14 check-in counters, 12 gates, 30 000 sqm of warehousing area, a high number of independent aircraft parking positions depending on aircraft size, over 10 000 car park spaces etc.). Against this background, major upsides can be created without large investments, particularly through use of room for non-aviation business including additional real estate in the immediate vicinity of the airport to be acquired at market terms.
A short description of the investment opportunity is available from KPMG AG, The Squaire — Am Flughafen, 60549 Frankfurt/Main, Germany,

steffenwagner@kpmg.com / cjennert@kpmg-law.com

VI.3)Rechtsbehelfsverfahren/Nachprüfungsverfahren
VI.3.1)Zuständige Stelle für Rechtsbehelfs-/Nachprüfungsverfahren
VI.3.2)Einlegung von Rechtsbehelfen
VI.3.3)Stelle, die Auskünfte über die Einlegung von Rechtsbehelfen erteilt
VI.4)Tag der Absendung dieser Bekanntmachung:
26.3.2015