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Bekanntmachung vergebener Aufträge – Sektoren
Ergebnisse des Vergabeverfahrens
Abschnitt I: Auftraggeber
Adresse des Beschafferprofils: https://eu.eu-supply.com/ctm/Company/CompanyInformation/Index/281426
Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
Acquisition of Passenger Coaches for International Operation
This tender concerns DSB’s acquisition of new passenger coaches and a variety of interconnected deliverables by means of a framework agreement (Purchase Agreement (‘PA’)) as well as a framework agreement which will regulate the spare parts supply for the maintenance (Spare Parts Agreement (‘SPA’)). The purpose of the acquisition is to enable DSB to carry out its passenger transport operation.
DSB will acquire new passenger coaches in support of DSB's existing fleet that will be operated using Siemens Vectron locomotives at a service-speed of at least 189 km/h. The acquisition consists of an initial purchase of 8 coach formations including the right to purchase additional formations and/or coaches.
The PA and SPA are interconnected and the tender procedure for the agreements was the same. Both agreements has been awarded to the same tenderer in accordance with the common award criteria, see section II.2.5).
As described in section II.1.4), the acquisition has 2 main components;
Firstly a framework agreement covering the acquisition of passenger coaches (the PA) with a duration of 8 years with a possibility for extension of 4 years (and additional services for 30 years from preliminary acceptance of the last standard coach formation or coaches of the initial purchase or any additional purchase order, however, DSB only expects to order additional services at a limited extent).
Due to uncertainty regarding the infrastructure and operational needs and requirements DSB needs to be able to acquire further coaches and/or coach formations for a period of 12 years if the option is exercised. From an operational and economical perspective DSB needs to have an uniform fleet to minimize complexity in regard to e.g. maintenance, training, spare parts, documentation and to assure flexibility in the operation of the fleet. These reasons are especially important to consider as DSB expect that the opening of the Fehmarn Belt fixed link (expected in 2028) will lead to a need for additional capacity. In the view of DSB, these grounds satisfy the conditions for a contract period of up to 12 years (and 30 years for additional services), see the utilities directive art. 51(1).
Secondly, a framework agreement covering spare parts (the SPA) which will be DSB´s main source of spare parts and has a duration of 16 years (from delivery of the first coach formation) with possibilities for extension of 6, 4 and 4 years, thus potentially a duration of 30 years. The duration will allow DSB to purchase the relevant spare parts etc. for the expected lifetime of the coaches (30 years) which is required to ensure stable operation of the coaches. Furthermore, it is essential to minimize the technical and logistical issues which is achieved by having one supplier of spare parts etc. for the entire lifetime of the coaches. In the view of DSB, these grounds satisfy the conditions for a contract period of up to 30 years, see the utilities directive art. 51(1). Re. the extensions see also see section II.2.11.
The PA has a committed initial purchase of 8 coach formations incl. an initial spare parts package and maintenance special tools.
Throughout the duration of the PA DSB has the right to buy additional coach formations and/or coaches.
The coaches are foreseen to be operated in a sandwich-formation (i.e. with a locomotive in each end of the coach formations) using DSB’s Siemens Vectron locomotives in DK and DE in cross-border traffic between CPH and Hamburg (via Fredericia, i.e. no ferry) as well as between Aarhus and Hamburg at a service-speed of at least 189 km/h. Upon completion of the Fehmarn Belt fixed link, the line between CPH and Hamburg is expected to be operated via the Fehmarn Belt fixed link. Furthermore, the coaches may also be operated in Danish regional traffic.
Patentes Talgo S.L. will be responsible for obtaining all necessary authority approvals for the operation of the coaches.
It is emphasized that the delivery time and rate of delivery is dependent on a variety of circumstances, e.g. the acquisition is linked to the introduction of the new Vectron locomotives, Banedanmark’s projects concerning the railway infrastructure, including the signaling program and the electrification program, thus delays in these projects may influence the needed time and rate of delivery of coach formations.
Maintenance and repairs is to be performed by DSB’s own staff at DSB premises. Spare parts will be ordered by DSB under the SPA which will be the primary source of spare parts for the coaches. Patentes Talgo S.L. will be responsible for delivery of spare parts, spare parts kits, rotables and maintenance special tools as well as be responsible for overhaul and repair of rotables for the coaches.
The PA contains an option for extension of further 4 years.
The SPA contains options for extension for further 14 years (6, 4 and 4 years).
Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
Abschnitt V: Auftragsvergabe
Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben
The PA and SPA are framework agreements and hence it is not possible to conclusively state the total value of the agreements. The value stated in section II.1.7) and V.2.4) is the potential total value of the agreements, but does not constitute the exact value of the agreements nor a minimum committed purchase by DSB. The exact value depends on e.g. the number of coaches/coach formations acquired and whether the options for extension will be utilized.
Pursuant to Danish Act no 492 of 12 May 2010 with subsequent amendments on the Complaints Board for Public Procurement, complaints must be filed with The Complaints Board for Public Procurement within 6 months after the contracting authority has sent notification to the candidates/tenderers involved that the contracting authority has entered into the framework agreement if the notification included a short account of the relevant reasons for the decision.
The complainant must inform the contracting authority of the appeal in writing at the latest simultaneously with the lodge of the complaint to The Complaints Board for Public Procurement. The complainant shall state whether the complaint has been lodged in the standstill period. If the complaint has not been lodged in the standstill period, the complainant must also state whether it is requested that the complainant is granted delaying effect.