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Norway-Vadsø: Medical equipments
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Regional Framework Agreement for ventilators, Helse Midt Norge RHF
The contracting authority would like tenders for various ventilators, as well as any equipment-dependent consumables for the hospitals in Helse Midt Norge.
In addition an option is wanted for services after the guarantee period expires, an option for training/courses, and an option for updates, upgrades, and licences. The ventilators will be used for invasive and non-invasive ventilation for adults, children and newborn intensive care patients.
The contracting authority has split this procurement into the following sub-contracts:
Sub-tender 1: Intensive care ventilators;
Sub-tender 2: MR compatible ventilators;
Sub-tender 3: Newborn (advanced type);
Sub-tender 4: Newborn (simpler type).
Sub-tender 1: Intensive Care Ventilators
Intensive care ventilators.
A framework agreement will be signed for 2 years calculated from when it is signed. After that the contracting authority can extend the contract for up to 1 year at a time. The options are activated automatically and on identical terms unless otherwise requested by the contracting authority The total maximum contract period is 4 years.
Sub-tender 2: MR Compatible Ventilators
MR compatible ventilators.
Sub-tender 3: Newborn Ventilators, Advanced Type
Ventilators specially adapted for newborn babies, advanced type.
Sub-tender 4: Newborn Ventilators, Simpler Type
Ventilators specially adapted for newborns, simpler type.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Registration in a professional register: tenderers must be registered in a trade register in the member country where the tenderer is established. As described in annex XI of Directive 2014/24/EU; tenderers from certain member countries could be required to fulfil other requirements in mentioned annex.
Economic and financial capacity.
Tenderers must have sufficient economic and financial solvency to be able to fulfil the contractual obligations. The contracting authority will assess the tenderers' fulfilment of the qualification requirements in the following ways:
The company's last annual accounts including notes, the board's annual report, and the auditor's report, as well as recent information of relevance to the company's fiscal figures.
In addition, the contracting authority will obtain a rating report from Bisnode.
If a tenderer has justifiable cause to not present the documentation requested by the contracting authority, the tenderer can document their economic and financial capacity by presenting other documents that the contracting authority deem to be suitable.
Tenderers must have sufficient ability and capacity to be able to fulfil the contractual obligations.
The contracting authority will evaluate the tenderer's fulfilment of the qualification requirements in the following ways: described capacity as regards training, follow-up, and service. The contracting authority will assess whether tenderers have the capacity for the start-up and follow-up of the contract.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information