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Danija-Fredericia: Draudimo paslaugos
Skelbimas apie pirkimą. Komunalinės paslaugos
I dalis: Perkantysis subjektas
II dalis: Objektas
Energinet_Insurance Procurement_Project: KBH03
The project KBH03 will consist of establishing 4 new 132 kV onshore cable connections, along with refurbishment works at the connections substations in order to support the increasing demand for electricity in the Copenhagen area. The project is a natural continuation of the ongoing projects named KBH01 and KBH02.
For further information, please see teh Risk and Insurance information.
Tender is handled by Mercell Sourcing Services, use https://permalink.mercell.com/139225070.aspx
The procurement covers construction/erection all risks insurance including Marine Cargo, extended maintenance and Third-Party Liability (TPL) Insurance and involves only lot 1:
Onshore construction/erection all risks insurance including full LEG3/06 cover, Marine Cargo, extended maintenance and third-party liability (TPL) insurance.
Lot details: construction/erection incl. terrorism.
Estimated contract value DKK 558 000 000.
Extended maintenance period 60 months.
Marine Cargo DKK 10 000 000 +10 %.
Terrorism DKK 100 000 000.
Contractors pollution liability DKK 2 000 000 (optional).
Third-party liability DKK 100 000 000 and further sums/limits according to the document risk and insurance information.
Extension of the insurance period and up to 6 (six) months in total are automatically granted at no additional premium. Extension from 6-12 months at agreed monthly rate and beyond 12 months to be negotiated.
Should the number of tenderers wishing to be pre-qualified exceed 50, the contracting Authority reserves the right to choose the 50 tenderers, who can show the best financial rating, however still meeting the minimum requirement set out in section III.1.2). The decision will be based upon what the company states their current financial rating for the last financial year. This information is to be stated in the section III.1.2) economic and financial standing.
Contractors pollution liability DKK 2 000 000.
III dalis: Teisinė, ekonominė, finansinė ir techninė informacija
All tenderers who wish to submit a tender must file a request for participation by submitting the European Single Procurement Document (hereafter ESPD) in accordance with the time limits put forth in the procurement documents. The tenderer must declare whether the tenderer is covered by the exclusion grounds listed in the ESPD. To fulfil the suitability criterion ‘Enrolment in a trade register’ in the ESPD, all tenderers must uphold permission to write insurance risks as specified in this tender by the Danish FSA.
To fulfil the economic criterion ‘Other economic or financial requirements’ in the ESPD, all tenderers must have a rating of no less than A- (standard and poor's) or an equivalent rating from a comparable ratings agency.
A letter of commitment if the candidate relies on the technical or financial capacity of other entities, see Appendix D (Confirmation regarding other entity's capacity (Letter of Commitment)). Only the candidates relying on other legal entities to fulfill technical or financial capacity must complete Appendix D.
All tenderers must have a rating of no less than A- (standard and poor's) or an equivalent rating from a comparable ratings agency.
Please refer to ITT for additional information.
IV dalis: Procedūra
VI dalis: Papildoma informacija
Pursuant to Danish act on The Complaints Board for Public Procurement (act No 492 of 12 May 2010 with subsequent amendments — available at www.retsinformation.dk), the following time limits for filing a complaint apply. Complaints regarding a candidate not being prequalified must be filed with The Complaints Board for Public Procurement within 20 calendar days starting the day after the contracting authority has sent notification to the candidates involved, provided that the notification includes a short account of the relevant reasons for the decision. Other complaints must be filed with The Complaints Board for Public Procurement within: 45 calendar days after the contracting authority has published a contract award notice in the Official Journal of the European Union (with effect from the day following the publication date).