Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Motorway toll payment in France using electronic toll payment badges
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.europarl.europa.eu
Section II: Object
Motorway toll payment in France using electronic toll payment badges.
To enter into a contract for payment using electronic toll payment badges at French motorway tolls, particularly in the Grand Est region.
The contractor shall provide electronic toll payment badges (or another type of vehicle identification technology for passing through the 't' lane without needing to stop). The badges must allow motorways and 't' car parks to be used throughout metropolitan France.
The contract involves the provision of 150 electronic toll payment badges initially; this number is likely to increase in line with the European Parliament's vehicle fleet. The scope of the contract is to be assessed in accordance with the details in the price list that can be downloaded from the above link.
The contract will be awarded in the form of a direct annual renewable contract, for a maximum duration of 4 years as from October–November 2017.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
be enrolled on the professional or trade register, except in the case of an international organisation.
have sufficient economic and financial capacity to carry out the contract in compliance with the contract provisions, to be assessed in accordance with the most recent profit and loss account.
— propose an electronic toll payment service using badges (or another technological solution) that can be used on motorways throughout metropolitan France,
— have at least 2 years' experience in the electronic toll payment service sector.
See the tender documents that can be downloaded from the above link.
Section IV: Procedure
no more than 2 representatives per tenderer; accreditation applications must be sent 2 working days in advance.
It is possible to not attend in person and request a copy of the minutes of the opening.
Section VI: Complementary information
Any questions regarding the procedure and the contract can be asked via the eTendering platform at the address stated above.
Internet address: https://curia.europa.eu
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within 2 months (increased on account of distance) of a procedure under review being notified or published.
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