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Germany-Münster: Disposable gloves
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Single-use gloves for the EAF
Framework agreement with no more than 3 economic operators for the supply of single-use medical gloves to the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL).
Various facilities in Westfalen-Lippe
Framework agreement under § 21 VgV with a maximum of 3 economic operators for a contract of 12 months for the purchase and supply of latex gloves for the LWL facilities in Westfalen-Lippe.
Framework agreement under § 21 VgV with a maximum of 3 economic operators for a contract of 12 months for the purchase and supply of nitrile gloves for the LWL facilities in Westfalen-Lippe.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The tender documents must include information on the company (place of business, legal form, owner, authorised representative person (s), local court/commercial register number, type of economic activity of the trade or industry, in the case of natural persons, date and place of birth, name and address of the competent branch) and information on operational quality and environmental management measures.
The following self-declaration (tender letter form) must be attached to the procurement documents:
By submitting a tender, the tenderer or group of tenderers expressly declares that:
— he/she has registered the trade,
— he/she has fulfilled and complied with the statutory obligations to pay taxes and social security contributions and has registered the employees subject to compulsory health insurance with the health insurance fund,
— comply with the Act on Combating Undeclared Work and Illegal Employment of 23.7.2004 (as amended),
Has not been convicted of an offence concerning professional conduct by a judgment which has the force of res judicata;
— the offer is based on autonomous and individual computation and pricing and is not related to restrictive agreements or other agreements of a similar nature,
— at the time of conclusion of the contract, he/she will have sufficient professional or commercial indemnity insurance to cover the risk of the service. A current liability insurance policy shall be presented to the contracting authority upon request.
— there are no misconduct capable of justifying his/her exclusion from participation in the competition or which could lead to an entry in the public procurement register in accordance with Section 5 of the Law on corruption in North Rhine-Westphalia.
In addition, the tenderer/consortium declares that it is not covered by the exclusions listed in Sections 123 and 124 of the GWB. Where
By way of derogation, one or more of the exclusions should apply, these should be explained in a separate annex and any measures taken in accordance with Section 125 of the GWB should be described.
This self-declaration must also indicate whether the tenderer or any member of the group is being wound up or wound up.
In addition, a self-declaration (form) must be submitted stating that the conditions for exclusion under Paragraph 19 (1) of the MiLoG are not met.
The tenderer is aware that any declaration made intentionally during the procurement procedure as to his suitability may lead to exclusion from participation in the contest.
The contracting authority shall be authorised at any time to verify the information supplied by the tenderer and to request such information or confirmation. The Contracting Authority expressly reserves the right to request any missing information and explanations and to verify the information provided by the tenderer by requesting reliable evidence from the tenderer. The contracting authority reserves the right to request the evidence of suitability of the subcontractors used, which will also be required for the tenderer.
In order to prove its technical and professional capacity, the tenderer must provide at least 2 references (not older than 3 years), comparable in terms of the nature and scope of the services and the type of contracting authority (e.g. framework contract with health facilities with various delivery points). The name of the contracting authority, the telephone number;
Give a brief description of the visit and the duration/length of the cooperation.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Guidance on the framework agreement pursuant to § 21 VgV
1. Framework agreement with several operators
It is intended to conclude a framework agreement under Section 21 of the Procurement Regulation (VgV) with no more than 3 undertakings, provided that a sufficient number of undertakings meet the selection criteria and a sufficient number of admissible tenders meet the award criteria.
This means, first of all, that the framework conditions for the supply of single-use medical gloves for the LWL (minimum quality standard, delivery conditions, estimated contract volume, etc.) will be put out to tender by means of an open procedure.
The 3 companies ranked first after the evaluation and evaluation of tenders will become parties to the framework agreement. Only with those undertakings are mini-competitions organised during the contractual period of the framework agreement.
2. Organisation of mini-competitions
2.1 First phase of the contract (1.10.21-31.01.2022)
From the start of the contract in 1.10.21 to 31.1.2022, the company will be entrusted with the delivery of the single-use medical gloves (in accordance with the evaluation criteria set out in IV.1) with the initially most economical tender under the open procedure.
2.2 Second (1.2-31.5.2022) and third phase (1.6-30.9.2022)
For the subsequent contractual periods of 4 months, only the 3 parties to the framework agreement will be asked to re-submit prices (by e-mail) and to check quality (sample dispatch of single-use gloves) by means of an informal mini-contest.
Further information can be found in the procurement documents.
Information on the procurement procedure
The procurement documents are only available on the Allocation Platform (www.lwl.org/eVergabe) can be downloaded free of charge; no mail or post will be sent.
Additional information must be provided in electronic form (via the LLF Allocation Platform) at the above contact person at the latest.
To be requested by 14.7.2021.
Please note that an extract from the North Rhine-Westphalia Trade Centre and Public Procurement Register will be obtained from the contracting authority for the tenderer to whom the contract is to be awarded.
German law applies.
Without registration on the award platform, the tenderer is obliged to inform itself of any changes in the award procedure and is therefore subject to the so-called ‘holding liability’. Failure to register means that, when submitting a tender, the tenderer is responsible for ensuring that the tender documents it uses are up to date at the time of submission of the tender and taking into account any changes or explanations received in response to questions raised by the tenderer.
Under Paragraph 160 (3) of the Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen (Law against restrictions of competition, ‘the GWB’), an application to initiate a review procedure before the Vergabekammer is inadmissible in so far as:
(1) the applicant discovered the alleged infringement of the procurement rules before submitting the application for review and did not challenge the contracting authority within 10 calendar days; the expiry of the period referred to in Section 134 (2) shall remain unaffected,
(2) infringements of the procurement rules which can be identified as a result of the contract notice are not brought before the contracting authority by the expiry of the time limit set out in the contract notice for the submission of applications or tenders;
(3) infringements of public procurement rules which can only be identified in the procurement documents are not raised against the contracting authority at the latest by the deadline for the submission of applications or tenders;
(4) more than 15 calendar days have elapsed after receipt of the contracting authority’s notification that it does not intend to remedy a complaint.
Sentence 1 shall not apply in the case of an application for a declaration that the contract is invalid pursuant to § 135 (1) (2). Section 134 (1) sentence 2 shall remain unaffected.