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Montenegro-Podgorica: Marine equipment
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Procurement award procedure applying to European Union external actions financed from the general budget of the European Union and the European Development Fund (EDF)
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Supply of equipment for improving safety of maritime and inland navigation in Montenegro
The global objective of this contract is to support Montenegro’s Maritime Safety and Port Authority in improving safety and security standards concerning maritime and inland transport. A second phase of the existing VTMIS system will be further developed as to cover the gaps in the missing sensors (cameras) at several locations and to complement within the new equipment in Boka Bay (radars, cameras and radio links) and Lake Skadar (radar, cameras, VHF and radio links). The second goal is to modernize maritime lights equipment on Montenegro’s shores in main inland waterways and sea waterways (all accesses to Virpazar, Rijeka Crnojevica, River Bojana and Port of Kotor).
Supply of equipment for improving safety of maritime and inland navigation in Montenegro, Maintenance and Revitalization of Existing and Installation of New Marine Lights
Europe apart from EU, Montenegro (Region IPA instrument)
The actions foreseen under Lot 1 aim to modernize maritime lights equipment on Montenegro’s shores in main inland waterways and sea waterways. Lot 1 will focus on improving and replacing the existing system of maritime lights equipment, including electric power supply, all along the Montenegrin coast within the Adriatic Sea. It is also including specific actions based on the needs analysis in areas such as Skadar Lake where a plan for improving and ensuring navigability is required by law.
PreAccession Countries / New Member States
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information
Should a new tender procedure be launched for this project, a new contract notice will be published, unless the contracting authority awards the contract through a negotiated procedure – in which case only the award of the contract will be published.