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Norway-Heimdal: Occupational clothing
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework agreement for the procurement of workwear and protective equipment.
The contracting authority needs a framework agreement for the procurement of workwear and protective equipment. The user groups are refuse collectors (transport with collection and emptying), as well as employees at the dangerous waste reception, operation and maintenance, control installations, the recycling station, workshop, and BrukOm. In addition the administration has access to profiling clothes.
The products must be durable and of high quality, and meet the needs of all of the contracting authority's departments. Of about 250 employees in the group, the contracting authority estimates that there are approx. 150 persons who require workwear, footwear, and protective equipment in the various operational departments.
Approx. 50 persons in administration for TRV and TRVG have access to profiling clothes.
One year + one year
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must be registered in a company register, professional register or a trade register in the country where the tenderer is established.
• Norwegian tenderers: Company Registration Certificate.
• Foreign companies: Verification that the tenderer is registered in a company register, professional register or a trade register in the country where the tenderer is established.
Tenderers must have the financial capacity to carry out the assignment/comply with the contractual obligations. Tenderers are required to be credit worthy, have satisfactory liquidity and solidity, minimum score of A or equivalent.
• A credit rating based on the most recent financial figures. The credit rating must not be older than 3 months. The credit rating must be carried out by a credit rating company with a licence to carry out this service.
An overview and brief description of the qualification requirements:
- Tenderers must have experience from equivalent contracts
• Completed annex 5. A description of the three most relevant equivalent deliveries in the last three years. Including information about the value, time and recipient (name, telephone and email). The contracting authority must be given the authority to contact the person in question. The references will only be contacted if required.
- Tenderers are required to have a quality assurance system.
• Documentation of the quality assurance system.
- Tenderers are required to have an environmental management system.
• Documentation of an environmental management system.
- Tenderers must have a binding cooperation relationship with any sub-suppliers.
• Signed commitment statement.
See annex 12 Contract.
Section IV: Procedure
Heggstadmoen 53, 7080 Heimdal
2 representatives from the contracting authority. The opening of the tenders is not open to the public.
Section VI: Complementary information
Section 25-2. Waiting period before the contract is signed.
(1) The contracting authority can enter into a contract after the waiting period has expired at the earliest, this period is determined by the contracting authority. The waiting period shall be at least 10 days calculated from the day after the notification on the chosen tenderer has been sent. If the contracting authority has made an exception from the requirement for using electronic communication, the waiting period shall be a minimum of 15 days.
(2) The waiting period requirement does not apply
a) when the contracting authority has no obligation to announce the contest, section 13-3 and section 13-4
b) when the chosen tenderer is the only affected tenderer
c) when the contracting authority awards contracts under a framework agreement
d) when the contracting authority awards contracts under a dynamic purchase system.