Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Purchase of washing tickets for European Parliament service vehicles in Brussels
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.europarl.europa.eu
Section II: Object
Purchase of washing tickets for European Parliament service vehicles in Brussels
The European Parliament has decided to launch an invitation to tender with a view to concluding a framework contract enabling it to obtain washing tickets to clean its service vehicles near its buildings in Brussels for a maximum period of 4 years.
The number of washes is estimated at 5,000 (exterior washing with hand finish) and 1,650 (complete interior cleaning) per year. It must be carried out by a classic roller washing process, using ecological products.
A detailed description of the services and requirements are in the tender specification which can be downloaded from the address under I.1.
The maximum value of the framework contract will be determined on the basis of unit prices, according to the presumed annual quantities and by applying a coefficient of 1.15 for unforeseen variation in requirements during the duration of the framework contract.
The framework contract will be concluded for an initial period of 1 year, renewable 3 times.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
— entry in the professional or commercial register, unless the tenderer is an international organisation,
— all necessary authorisations to execute the object of the contract in Belgium.
— minimum annual turnover of 150 000 EUR achieved in the field to which the contract to be awarded relates (vehicle washing), during the last two financial years ended,
— professional risk insurance.
— experience of at least 2 years for the contract in question,
— technical equipment, tools and material proposed for use by the tenderer to carry out the contract, which must comply with the tender specification (technical characteristics and geographical situation).
See invitation to tender documents which can be downloaded from the address under point I.1.
Section IV: Procedure
See tender documents. It is possible to request records of the opening bids in order to avoid travelling.
Section VI: Complementary information
The date under IV.2.2 will be understood as the deadline for the submission of documents for dispatch (postmark).
Tenders may not be submitted by e-mail address, under penalty of rejection.
An optional information session will be held in Brussels, as specified in the tender documents. Presence there is strongly recommended.
Internet address: https://curia.europa.eu
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Within 2 months of this notice, possibly extended due to distance
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