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Norway-Lørenskog: Medical equipments
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Examination Units with the Accompanying Equipment for the Eye Department — Akershus University Hospital
The contracting authority would like tenders for examination units, slit lamps, indirect ophthalmoscope, hand-held pressure gauges, and equipment for visus testing (including the system, auto-refractor, auto-foropter, visus board, and glasses gauge) for delivery to the Eye Department at AHUS — Kongsvinger Hospital division.
A framework agreement will be signed for equipment for a total of seven examination rooms. For further information see the requirements specification.
AHUS — Kongsvinger Hospital division.
The contracting authority's aim of the procurement is to enter into a framework agreement for the procurement of equipment for seven examination rooms at the Eye Department at AHUS — Kongsvinger Hospital Division. Tenders are wanted for examination units, slit lamps, indirect ophthalmoscope, hand-held pressure gauges, and equipment for visus testing (including the system, auto-refractor, auto-foropter, visus board, and glasses gauge).
AHUS will have an option for a service contract for the equipment.
See the requirement specifications, part 2 Annex 1 for further information on the contract's extent and content.
The contracting authority can extend the contract for 1 + 1 year.
The contracting authority will have an option for a service contract for the equipment.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must be a legally established company.
Company Registration Certificate.
Confirmation that the tenderer is registered in a trade register or company register in accordance with the law in the country where the tenderer is established.
Tenderers must have their tax, employer contribution and VAT payments in order.
Documentation requirement: Tax Certificate, not older than 6 months calculated from the tender deadline. A tax certificate is defined as:
For Norwegian tenderers: Tax and VAT certificate issued by the Tax Office via Altinn.
For foreign tenderers: foreign tenderers must submit equivalent certificates from their own country that show that they have orderly conditions in relation to the payment of tax and duties. If the authorities in the relevant country do not issue such certificates, the tenderer should submit a declaration stating that all taxes and duties have been paid. The statement shall be approved and signed by the tenderer's Financial Director/person responsible for finance.
Tenderers must have the sufficient financial strength to fulfil the contract.
The tenderer's annual financial statements including notes with the board and auditor's reports from 2019. If the Annual Financial Statements for the last year are not finished before the tender deadline for this contest expires, the last year's preliminary annual accounts should also be attached.
The contracting authority reserves the right to carry out a credit assessment from the credit rating company Proff Forvalt.
Financial strength is evaluated in relation to turnover, operating profit margin, solidity and liquidity.
Tenderers must have the adequate implementation ability.
A short, general description of the company shall be given, including:
An account of the company’s business concept and core competencies related to the scope of the delivery.
An overview of the company’s history, organisation and ownership, as well as a description of the current business.
Description of how the tenderer is organised for the execution of this contract.
A concise description of the overall quality assurance system that the service provider will use for this contract.
Tenderers must have good experience from comparable assignments.
Certificates from similar deliveries during the last 3 years. The certificates should be signed or confirmed in writing by the contracting authority for the different deliveries, and as a minimum shall include:
A brief description of the assignment.
Date of implementation.
Scope of the contract in monetary amount.
Name and telephone number of the reference person at the contracting authority.
If it is not possible to acquire signed or verified attestations, the tenderer shall provide a list of all relevant assignments with descriptions according to the above points.
The contracting authority must have the opportunity to contact the contact persons listed.
See the attached contract.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information