Denmark-Hedehusene: Construction structures and materials; auxiliary products to construction (except electric apparatus)
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.dansk-retursystem.dk/dk/
Address of the buyer profile: https://eu.eu-supply.com/ctm/Company/CompanyInformation/Index/290789
Section II: Object
Supply of Pallet Boxes and Feet
The background to this invitation to tender is DRS's obligation to collect “Beverage Packaging” from Customers having subscribed with DRS. The procedure comprises the supply of pallet boxes including feet as set out in the definition in the tender conditions Section 1 as well as separate Feet. DRS uses the pallet boxes for collection at the individual customers of intact compacted “Beverage Packaging” consisting exclusively of compacted aluminium cans and compacted 1-way plastic bottles. The “Beverage Packaging” are collected at the customers in the pallet boxes, which are placed either directly on the floor in the bottle room or in other back premises, including outdoor, before collection. The detailed requirements and DRS’s use of the pallet boxes are described in the specification of requirements which is a part of the tender documents.
On conclusion of the Framework Agreement, DRS guarantees to the supplier that it will place orders for a total of 10 200 pallet boxes in a total of 3 successive deliveries consisting of 3 400 Boxes each year. The 3 deliveries are split up into 2 deliveries of 1 700 pallet boxes per year to DRS, Baldersbuen 1, 2640 Hedehusene, Denmark or Lundagervej 43, 8723 Løsning, Denmark. However, the guaranteed order is conditional upon a positive test evaluation, see Clause 8 of the Framework Agreement. In addition to the guaranteed order for a total of 10 200 Pallet Boxes, DRS has an option to place orders for additional up to 9 000 Pallet Boxes on the terms regulated in Clause 8.2 of the Framework Agreement. There is no guarantee that DRS will exercise its option for additional supplies, whether in whole or in part. The individual orders under the option
For additional supplies must also be delivered successively, see Clause 8.2 of the Framework Agreement for more details. Moreover, DRS shall have the opportunity to purchase separate feet during the contract term, see clause 8.3 of the Framework Agreement. This will, however, depend on a specific assessment based on DRS's current
Needs, and DRS thus issues no guarantee of the volume of these orders.
In addition to the guaranteed order for a total of 10 200 pallet boxes, DRS has an option to place orders for additional up to 9 000 pallet boxes on the terms regulated in Clause 8.2 of the Framework Agreement. There is no guarantee that DRS will exercise its option for additional supplies, whether in whole or in part. The individual orders under the option for additional supplies must also be delivered successively, see Clause 8.2 of the Framework Agreement for more details.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
DRS has the following minimum requirements concerning the tenderer’ economical and financial standing:
— the tenderer must have a positive equity in the latest financial year,
— the tenderer must have a specific yearly turnover of at least 1 600 000 EUR from comparable services in each of the last 2 completed financial years.
“Comparable services” means customization/production of pallet boxes or storage boxes in similar materials as the pallet boxes covered by this tender procedure for the use in production facilities. The tenderer must fill in the 2 specifications to the abovementioned minimum requirements in the following fields in the ESPD, Part IV B: “Specific yearly turnover” and “Financial ratio”.
DRS has the following minimum requirements concerning the tenderer’s technical and professional ability:
— the tenderer must provide a minimum of 2 references for each of the last 2 years showing experience with comparable services. “Comparable services” means customization/production of pallet boxes or storage boxes in similar materials as the pallet boxes covered by this tender procedure for the use in production facilities,
— each of the submitted references must contain the following:
1) A description of the reference including a description of why the reference concerns a comparable services;
2) Date and time of delivery;
3) The customer (including name of contact person, telephone number and email address).
The tenderer must fill in the following fields in the ESPD, Part IV C: “For supply contracts: performance of deliveries of the specified type”.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Tenderer are excluded from participating in the tender procedure if they are subject to any of the following grounds of exclusion:
— compulsory grounds for exclusion stipulated in Section 135(1-3) and Section 136 of the Danish Public Procurement Act,
— voluntary grounds for exclusion stipulated in Section 137(1)(1-6) of the Danish Public Procurement Act.
A tenderer will, however, not be excluded if the tenderer provides sufficient documentation that the economic operator is reliable (“selfcleaning”) pursuant to Section 138 of the Danish Public Procurement Act, even if the economic operator is subject to one or more of the grounds for exclusion. Final documentation proving that the relevant grounds for exclusion do not apply and final documentation for fulfillment of the minimum requirements for suitability are described in the tender conditions, Section 9.
Internet address: http://www.klfu.dk
The rules concerning deadlines for review procedures are found in the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement Act (Act No 593 of 2.6.2016) available at www.retsinformation.dk
Complaints concerning a Candidate not being pre-qualified must be submitted with The Complaints Board for Public Procurement (the Complaints Board) within 20 calendar days starting the day after DRS has sent notification to the candidates involved, cf. Section 7(1) of the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement Act. Other complaints must be filed with the complaints board within 45 calendar days after DRS has published a contract award notice in the Official Journal of the European Union (with effect from the day following the publication date), cf. Section 7(2)(i). The complainant must notify DRS of the complaint in writing at the latest simultaneously with the submission as well as whether the complaint has been submitted in the standstill-period, cf. Section 6(4) of the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement Act. If the complaint has not been submitted within the standstill-period, the complainant must notify DRS in writing whether the complainant has requested the complaint to be given suspensory effect pursuant to Section 12 of the Act, cf. Section 6(4) of the Act.
Internet address: http://www.kfst.dk