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Czechia-Husinec: Valves and tubes
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.ujf.cas.cz
Address of the buyer profile: https://ezak.ujf.cas.cz?lang=en
Main address: http://www.holec-advokati.cz/
Section II: Object
Photomultipliers for ECAL@HADES — Round 2
The scope of the Public contract concerns delivery of the photomultipliers for ECAL detector. Each photomultiplier shall include a socket. The photomultipliers shall fully comply with the requirements and specification stipulated by the contracting authority. The supply of photomultipliers shall also include potential additional works and/or deliveries, and a free licence to use the supply for the needs of the Project, including its follow-up phases.
The detail description of the subject of this public contract is provided in technical specification, which is attached to the binding draft of contract which is attached as Annex No 1 of the tender documentation.
The place of performance of the public contract shall be defined as the Czech Republic, specifically the seat of the contracting authority at Husinec — Řež, No 130, 250 68 Řež, CZECH REPUBLIC.
The scope of the public contract concerns delivery of the photomultipliers for ECAL detector. Each photomultiplier shall include a socket. The photomultipliers shall fully comply with the requirements and specification stipulated by the contracting authority. The supply of photomultipliers shall also include potential additional works and/or deliveries and a free licence to use the supply for the needs of the project, including its follow-up phases.
Facility for Antiproton and Ion research — participation of the Czech Republic — OP — II", reg. No CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/18_046/0016066
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Supplier shall demonstrate its basic qualification required by Sec. 74 (1) Public Procurement Act.
Supplier shall also demonstrate its professional qualification in relation to the Czech Republic by submitting an extract from the Commercial register or similar register, if the law requires such registration.
Documentation demonstrating professional qualification of Suppliers needn’t be submitted if the laws in the country where such Supplier is headquartered do not require similar professional qualification.
For more information please see Art. 4.4 and 4.5 of the tender documentation.
Minimum annual turnover of the supplier.
For more information please see Art. 4.6 of the tender documentation.
The contracting authority requires that the minimum annual turnover of the supplier for the last three accounting periods prior to commencement of the tendering procedure amounted to at least 5 mil. CZK in each such accounting period.
If the minimum annual turnover of the supplier is in a currency other than CZK, the contracting authority requires a conversion according to the average foreign exchange market rate published by the Czech National Bank (hereinafter ‘CNB’) for the accounting period to which the given turnover data is linked by the supplier (i.e. monthly cumulative averages January to December of the given year are used to convert total annual turnover). For more information, see http://www.cnb.cz
If the supplier came into existence at a later date, it shall submit information concerning its turnover (and compliance with the required limit) for all accounting periods from the date of its formation.
Suppliers shall demonstrate the turnover by profit and loss statement or similar document, according to the laws of the country where the supplier is headquartered.
Should the supplier demonstrate its economic qualification through a third person, the contracting authority requires that the supplier and such other person, demonstrating economic qualification on behalf of the supplier, be jointly and severally liable for the performance to be provided in the Public Contract (see also Art. 4.8. of the Tender documentation).
List of important deliveries (LID).
For more information please see Art. 4.7 of the tender documentation.
The contracting authority will require that suppliers submit a list of important deliveries (LID) provided in the last 3 years prior to commencement of this tendering procedure including the price thereof and period when provided, along with identification of the client.
The contracting authority will allow that Suppliers list those deliveries that may have not yet been completed, but the supplier has already completed a part of such delivery, which meets the definition of an important delivery provided below.
The contracting authority requires that Supplier provides in LID at least one important delivery which will meet the following requirements:
• delivery of at least 200 (or more) pieces of photomultipliers of the following specification:
Head-on type with head diameter of at least 75 mm.
If the price of the important delivery has been paid in a currency other than CZK, the average CNB exchange rate valid on the last day of the deadline for submission of bids shall be used for conversion to CZK.
For the avoidance of doubt, the contracting authority states that in the LID, the supplier may list either a single delivery consisting of at least 200 photomultipliers or several deliveries consisting of at least 200 photomultipliers in total.
Section IV: Procedure
The opening of the bids is a non-public due electronic form of bids.
The opening of the bids will take place in accordance with Section 109 of the Public Procurement Act (PPA).
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: https://www.uohs.cz/
Prior to filing a petition with the Office for the Protection of Competition (OPC), complainants must file objections with contracting authority (CA); this petition must be delivered within 15 days of the complainant's knowledge of the CA’s alleged breach of the law, but no later than by the contract conclusion date or until the design contest is considered to have been completed after a design is selected.
Objections against acts formulated in documents that the CA is required to publish by law or to send to complainants, have to be delivered to the CA within 15 days of their publication date or delivery date to a complainant.
Where a deadline for submission of requests to participate is defined in a tender procedure, objections against suppliers’ qualification requirements must be delivered to the CA before the expiry of such deadline.
Where a deadline for submission of bids is specified in a tender procedure, objections to tender documentation must be delivered to the CA before this deadline; in case of a negotiated procedure with prior publication, objections against tender documentation shall be delivered to the CA no later than before the deadline for submission of indicative bids.
Objections against a voluntary notice of intent to conclude a contract pursuant to Sec 212 (2) Public Procurement Act (PPA) have to be delivered to the CA within 30 days of the notice publication date.
CAs are obliged to handle objections within 15 days. Petitions must be delivered to OPC and to the CA within 10 days from the date when complainants received the decision rejecting the objection or within 25 days from dispatch of the objections, if the CA passed no decision on the objection.
Once a public contract is concluded, only a petition to impose a ban on the performance of that contract can be filed, even without filing an objection prior. Petitioners must deliver this petition to OPC and copy thereof to the CA within 1 month from the CA publishing the contract conclusion notice pursuant to Sec 212 (2) PPA, including reasons for awarding public contract without publishing a notice of procurement procedure initiation, preliminary notice or invitation to submit bids in simplified under-the-threshold procedure, but no later than within 6 months after contract conclusion date. Petitions to impose a ban on contract performance pursuant to Sec 254 (1) d) PPA shall be delivered by petitioner to OPC and to the CA within 1 month from the date when the CA published notice on contract conclusion based on a framework agreement pursuant to Sec 137 PPA or notice on contract conclusion in a Dynamic Purchasing System pursuant to Sec 142 PPA, but no later than within 6 months after the contract conclusion date.
Petitioners are obliged to deposit, within the deadline for delivery of a petition, the to the OPC bank account, an amount equal to 1 % of the petitioner's bid price for the entire period of public contract performance or for the first 4 years of performance in case of open-ended contracts, but at least CZK 50 000 and no more than CZK 10 000 000. If petitioners are unable determine the total bid price, they shall be obliged to deposit CZK 100 000. In case of a proposal to impose a ban on contract performance, petitioners are obliged to deposit a surety of CZK 200 000. With regard to proceedings to review a concession awarding procedure, petitioners are obliged to pay, within the deadline for petition delivery, to the OPC bank account a deposit amounting to 1 % of the estimated value of the concession, as published in the Public Tender Bulletin (PTB) or at the CA profile, however not less than CZK 50 000 and not more than CZK 10 000 000. Where the CA failed to publish the estimated value for the concession in PTB or at the CA profile, petitioners shall pay a deposit of CZK 100 000. In case of a petition to impose a ban on a concession contract performance, petitioners shall pay a deposit amounting to CZK 200 000.