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Secção I: Autoridade adjudicante
Secção II: Objeto
To meet today's challenges in terms of thermophysiology, biomechanics and waterproofing, armasuisse has worked with its development partners to design new combat boot models. The plan is now to produce these models with multiple suppliers due to the high procurement quantity. armasuisse is looking for bidders that are proven specialists in producing boots of this kind and meeting the requirements of the market. The boots are to be produced based on strict guidelines with regard to materials and production, and based on moulds developed by armasuisse.
In accordance with tender documents.
Kampfstiefel 19 schwer.
Secção III: Informação de carácter jurídico, económico, financeiro e técnico
When the tender is submitted, the suitability criteria and required supporting evidence listed below must be confirmed, appended, and substantiated in full without any reservations or modifications; otherwise the bid will not be considered.
E1 Extract from the debt enforcement register and commercial register
Extract from the debt enforcement register and commercial register or the equivalent recognised documentation from the foreign country that proves the bidder has no tax or social security debts (no older than three months; the date of entry is decisive).
E2 Full supplier self-declaration
E3 a) Compliance with basic procedures
The bidder confirms that it – along with any third parties contracted by it (subcontractors and sub-suppliers) – complies with the basic procedures according to the self-declaration form (Annex 1.1.1) published by the Federal Procurement Commission (BKB).
b) Additional proof of compliance with equal pay requirements for women and men
Bidders with more than 50 employees and their first-tier subcontractors with more than 50 employees each must – in addition to the self-declaration form – document how their remuneration practices have been audited.
E4 Minimum wage compliance
Confirmation by the bidder that it and its primary subcontractors comply with Section 1.5 of the Supplier self-declaration (Annex 1.1) with regard to the minimum wages that are applicable in the respective country of production.
E5 Compliance with the production chain
Confirmation by the bidder that the items produced under these general conditions will be produced exclusively via the stated production chain in accordance with the supplier self-declaration (Annex 1.1).
E6 Occupational safety and health protection
The bidder confirms that the garment manufacturer is certified according to OHSAS 18001, or that it fulfils the points listed in the "Occupational Health and Safety Protection" check list, Annex 1.3.
The bidder is willing to have itself and its partner companies in the production chain audited by an independent audit institute (to be commissioned by the Contracting Authority) at the request of the Contracting Authority. In particular, the audit shall ensure compliance with the ILO Core Conventions and local occupational health and safety conditions in accordance with the supplier self-declaration. The bidder confirms its acknowledgement that if one or more of the ILO Core Conventions or one or more occupational health and safety conditions are not complied with, its bid shall be excluded from the competition.
E8 Overall responsibility for this project
The bidder confirms that it shall assume overall responsibility for this project and, in particular, that the bidder is the sole contractual partner of the contracting authority. Any other parties involved must be listed in Annex 1.1 along with their assigned roles and functions.
E9 Single point of contact (SPOC) during the tendering procedure
Proof of SPOC during the tendering procedure.
E10 SPOC after contract is awarded
Proof of a single point of contact for all business processes such as orders, payments, and services.
E11 Environmental protection
Compliance with national legislation for all areas involving environmental protection (air, water, etc.) in all of the bidder's process steps, as well as by its primary subcontractors pursuant to Section 1.5 of the Supplier self-declaration (Annex 1.1).
E12 Quality management system
The bidder/manufacturer has a quality management system pursuant to ISO 9001:2015 or an internal quality management system.
The bidder must provide at least two references from authorities (max. 1 reference from armasuisse) to indicate orders pertaining to the production and delivery of trekking and/or alpine mountain shoes with a membrane or boots for an authority/the military (with or without membrane) that it has delivered since 2013 (order volumes of at least 10 000 pairs/order per 12 months). Information ...
All companies that possess the economic capacity and meet the following suitability criteria and can provide supporting evidence in accordance with point 3.8 are called upon to submit a bid in CHF.
Secção IV: Procedimento
Secção VI: Informação complementar
Partial offers are permitted.
Conditions for countries not party to the WTO agreement: none.
Terms of business: General Terms and Conditions for the Procurement of Goods (09.2016) https://www.beschaffung.admin.ch/bpl/de/home/auftraege-bund/agb.html.
Negotiations: the right to negotiate is reserved.
Basic procedural principles: The client only awards public commissions for services in Switzerland to tenderers who comply with job security regulations and the conditions of work for employees, and provide equal payment for men and women.
Deadline / Remarks: Place of submission: cf. para. 1.2 The following must be observed with regard to the deadline for submissions:
(a) If delivered to armasuisse If submitted to the reception desk at the armasuisse administrative building, Kasernenstrasse 19, 3003 Bern, F.A.O. CC WTO armasuisse, the following points should be observed:
— Reception desk opening times are: 7:00 – 17:00 (No tender can be submitted outside these hours),
— The tender must be submitted by 16:00 at the latest on the day mentioned above and confirmed by a receipt issued by armasuisse;
(b) If submitted by post: The definitive date is the postmark or the barcode sticker attached by a shipping provider (company franking marks do not count as official post office franking marks);
(c) Delivery to a Swiss diplomatic mission or consular post: The receipt confirmation issued by that office is definitive. The receipt confirmation must be sent to the e-mail address given under point 1.2 by the tender deadline at the latest.
Remarks (Desired deadline for questions in written form) If queries arise while preparing the tender, they must be submitted by means of an anonymous forum entry to the question forum at www.simap.ch. A separate forum entry must be created for each question (one question per entry). The questions will be answered in the simap.ch question forum. All questions and answers can be viewed by all bidders who have received the tender documentation. It is the responsibility of bidders to keep themselves informed of any entries in the question forum.
National reference publication: Simap of 15.11.2018, doc. 1047559Desired deadline for questions in written form: 8.2.2019.
Documents of the invitation to tender are available from15.11.2018
Conditions for obtaining the tendering documentation: The documents can be downloaded from the electronic platform www.simap.ch, category "Public Procurement, Federal Invitation to tender". To do this, you first have to register in the above-mentioned project and can then download, using login and password, the desired documents sent to you by E-Mail. A question forum is at your disposal.