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Norway-Bergen: Library automation equipment
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
EØS 075-2020 [EEA 075-2020] Sorting Plant for Bergen Offentlige Bibliotek (Hovedbiblioteket) [Bergen Public Library (Main Library)]
Procurement of sorting plant for Bergen Offentlig Bibliotek (Hovedbiblioteket) [Bergen Public Library (Main Library)].
Sorting plant for Bergen Offentlig Bibliotek (Hovedbibliotek) [Bergen Public Library (Main Library)], with options for a service contract, external deposit slot and extra deposit slot in and extra deposit on the porch.
Service contract after expiry of the warranty period. One year service contract.
External deposit slot.
Extra deposit slot on the porch.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Registered in a trade register or company register.
Tenderers must be registered in a company register or trade register in the member state where the tenderer is established. As described in annex XI of directive 2014/24/EU; suppliers from certain member countries can be required to fulfil other requirements in the mentioned annex.
Minimum requirements for the qualification requirements:
Tenderers must be a legally established company.
Documentation: tenderers registered in the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises do not need to enclose documentation. The contracting authority will inspect the registration by using the organisation number provided in the tenderer's Mercell profile. For tenderers that are not registered in the above-mentioned register, the tenderer must provide certificates or confirmation of registration (equivalent to a company registration certificate) in a trade register or company register as described in the legislation in the country where the tenderer is established. The certificate must not be issued more than 6 months prior to the tender deadline.
Other economic and financial requirements.
Tenderers must have sufficient economic and financial capacity to fulfil the contract. The required financial capacity will be assessed in relation to the contract's value, services, risk and length. Documentation for Norwegian tenderers: the contracting authority will check tenderers' financial situation from DIFI's eBevis, Proff Forvalt (https://forvalt.no/) and/or via information given by Creditsafe (https://www.creditsafe.com), and can obtain further information from the Brønnøysund Register Centre. Note that the tender documentation includes guidelines for how tenderers can supplement available information if they wish to do so.
Documentation for foreign tenderers: tenderers must, upon request, submit a credit rating report from a company that has a licence from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority to operate a credit information company in Norway, possibly from a company with the equivalent certification in a member country of the EU/EEA. The credit rating report must be based on updated accounting information.
Only for public goods deliveries: the tenderer has, in the reference period, carried out the following important goods deliveries of the requested type, or the following important services of the requested type. The contracting authority can require up to 3 years experience and can take experience from the period before the last 3 years into consideration.
Tenderers shall have relevant experience. Experience will include comparable assignment related to delivery of sorting plant to libraries.
Documentation: tenderers must document relevant experience by listing a minimum of three (3) and maximum of five (4) references, with a description of deliveries and scope, that tenderers have carried out during the last 3 years. Information on this point is to be given in Mercell. If more than five (5) references are given, only the first five (5) will be assessed.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information