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Belgium-Brussels: Framework contract to lease European Parliament service vehicles
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://europarl.europa.eu
Section II: Object
Framework contract to lease European Parliament service vehicles.
The aim of the procedure is to enter into a multiple framework contract to lease vehicles (a fleet of 130 vehicles and minibuses) for a maximum of 4 years.
The European Parliament is seeking funding partners (leasing firms – all makes) to support the implementation of a new vehicle fleet policy. This involves vehicle leasing and fleet management support by providing suitable tools.
The aim of the procedure is to enter into a multiple framework contract, with reopening of competition, between 3 contractors for a maximum of 4 years. It will involve a fleet of 130 vehicles and minibuses, acquired gradually.
all candidates meeting the selection criteria will be invited to tender.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
the candidate must be enrolled on the trade register, with the corresponding company purpose (leasing), and hold all authorisations and licences from a financial body or branch of a financial body in Belgium, where necessary.
the candidate must have:
— a positive EBITDA for the last 2 financial years for which accounts have been closed,
— a positive balance of own funds at the end of the last 2 financial years for which accounts have been closed.
the candidate must:
— have experience on the Belgian market or have contractual links with partners in Belgium, thereby allowing him to ensure satisfactory performance of the contract, by proposing for hire the client's choice of EU-approved vehicles, irrespective of the make (leasing firm – all makes),
— currently have a fleet of at least 1 000 vehicles available for hire (throughout the European Economic Area), including at least 2 leasing contracts involving a minimum of 100 cars,
— provide 24-hour assistance, either in person or via an assistance partner,
— provide clients with a computer tool for fleet management, monitoring and reporting.
For specific conditions, please refer to the tender documents.
Section IV: Procedure
the urgency is based on a recent decision of the bodies of the European Parliament related to enhanced security measures, which is inconsistent with the use of standard deadlines to ensure the timely delivery of the vehicle fleet.
Section VI: Complementary information
Spring 2020 (subject to change).
Please note that the voluntary briefings will be held for selected candidates shortly after sending the invitation to tender.
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu
Internet address: http://www.ombudsman.europa.eu