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Norway-Vadsø: Medical equipments
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
New: Regional framework agreement for intensive care respirators for Helse Midt Norge RHF [the Central Norway Regional Health Authority]
Previously Lot 1 - Intensive care respirator from Regional procurement of respirators, HMN [the Central Norway Regional Health Authority]
Short tender deadline in accordance with PPR § 20-2 (2)
The contracting authority wants tenders for intensive care respirators, as well as a number of equipment-dependable consumables for the hospitals in the Central Norway Regional Health Authority.
An option is also wanted for servicing after the warranty period expires, an option for training/courses and an option for upgrading, updating and licenses.
We ask tenderers who submit tenders in the contest to prepare for a physical meeting and demonstration of the offered product shortly after tender submission. The contracting authority wants to implement this already at the start of October.
A framework agreement will be signed for two years calculated from when it is signed. Thereafter, the contracting authority can
extend the contract for up to one year at a time. The contract extends automatically on verbatim
terms unless the contracting authority takes other initiatives. The total maximum contract period is four years.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Registration in a professional register: Tenderers must be registered in a trade register in the member state where
the tenderer is established. As described in annex XI to directive 2014/24/EU; tenderers from
specific member states may be required to fulfil other requirements in the annex mentioned.
The tenderer must have sufficient economic and financial solidity to be able to fulfil
the contract obligations. The contracting authority will evaluate the tenderer's fulfilment of the qualification requirements
in the following manner: * The company's last Annual Financial Statements including notes, the Board's Annual Report and
Audit Report, as well as newer information of relevance for the company's fiscal figures.
In addition, the contracting authority will obtain a rating report from Bisnode. If
the tenderer has a justifiable reason for not presenting the documentation requested by the contracting authority,
he can document his economic and financial capacity by presenting any other
document that the contracting authority deems suitable.
The contracting authority will evaluate the tenderer's fulfilment of the qualification requirements in the following manner: -
Described capacity in relation to training, follow-up and service. The contracting authority will assess whether
The tenderer has the capacity to implement commencement and follow-up of the contract.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information