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Finland-Hus: Sterilisation, disinfection and hygiene devices
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.hus.fi
Section II: Object
Equipment for Treating Data Protected Biological Waste
The medical diagnostics utility of Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa (HUS Diagnostic Center) asks for offers for equipment suitable for the treatment, sterilisation and conversion of data protected biological waste. The result of the process must be not data-protected pure energy waste, which can be supplied as a raw material for the waste incineration plant.
The equipment will be installed at address Topeliuksenkatu 32, 00290 Helsinki, FINLAND.
HUS Diagnostic Center asks for offers for equipment for treating data protected biological waste. The equipment must be able to process at least 300 kg of waste in eight (8) hours. The installation, user training, support and maintenance services and chemicals possibly required in the waste treatment process are included in the procurement.
Please see detailed information and requirements of the equipment and services in annexes of the call for tenders:
— Annex 1: General data security annex,
— Annex 2: Description of the object of the procurement,
— Annex 3: Mandatory requirements (tender form),
— Annex 4: Levels of service and maintenance,
— Annex 5: Data protected biological waste properties,
— Annex 6: HUS exceptions for JYSE 2014 supplies,
— Annex 7: HUS exceptions for JYSE 2014 services,
— Annex 8: JYSE 2014 supplies,
— Annex 9: JYSE 2014 services,
— Annex 10: Contract of purchase and sale,
— Annex 11: Mandatory reference (tender form),
— Annex 12: Prices and costs (tender form),
— Annex 13: Evaluation and comparison of tenders,
— Annex 14: User satisfaction survey,
— Annex 15: References for USAT survey (tender form),
— Annex 16: Floor plan of the room the equipment is placed,
— Annex 17: Technical properties of the equipment (tender form).
Annexes marked as tender forms must be filled in and included in the tender. The download links for tender forms and other annexes of the tender can be found in part ‘Procurement Object Criteria’ of this call for tenders.
The support and maintenance agreement will be in effect until terminated.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The requirements are described in part ‘Other terms and conditions’.
Section IV: Procedure
Tenders will be opened after expiration of the tendering period. The opening session will not be public.
Section VI: Complementary information
Partial and variant tenders and parallel tenders
Partial or variant tenders are not allowed. Parallel tenders are allowed: if the tenderer represents more than one equipment suitable for the intended use, the tenderer may submit a separate tender for each equipment.
NB: if you want to submit more than one tender, please notice that the tender portal allows you to launch the second tender only after the first tender has been submitted.
The tenderer may use subcontractors. The tenderer shall be responsible for the work of the subcontractor as for his own in relation to the contracting authority. The contracting authority shall sign the contract only with the tenderer.
The subcontractors must be identified. The following information on subcontractors shall be provided:
— subcontractor's business name and business ID,
— subcontractor's role in the procurement,
— contact information (incl. country, if other than Finland).
Subcontractor information must be provided in a separate appendix, which shall be named as ‘Subcontractor Information’. The download link for the appendix can be found in section ‘Other terms and conditions’, item 1.1.
Designated subcontractors are considered to be the resources of the tenderer. Therefore, the tenderer must commit to that the named subcontractors are available to carry out the procurement if the tenderer is selected as a provider.
The successful tenderer must provide the certificates and statements corresponding to the subcontractors directly involved in the procurement, as required in this invitation to tender, before the contract is signed.
The tenderer may be a consortium of companies. At the time of signing the contract, the consortium must be able to demonstrate a single organisation that handles all communications with the contracting authority. However, all members of the consortium are jointly responsible for the contractual liabilities by signing the contract.
The consortium must commit to that all members of the consortium are available to carry out the procurement if the consortium is selected as a provider.
The commitment is particularly binding as the resources and experience of all members of the consortium affect the fulfillment of the tender suitability requirements.
If the tender is submitted as a consortium, the information of the members of the consortium must be provided in section A of the ESPD-form.
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