Fournitures - 560518-2020

20/11/2020    S227

Royaume-Uni-Londres: Vêtements de protection biologique et chimique

2020/S 227-560518

Avis d’attribution de marché

Résultats de la procédure de marché

Fournitures

Base juridique:
Directive 2014/24/UE

Section I: Pouvoir adjudicateur

I.1)Nom et adresses
Nom officiel: Department of Health and Social Care
Adresse postale: 39 Victoria Street
Ville: London
Code NUTS: UKI32 Westminster
Code postal: SW1H 0EU
Pays: Royaume-Uni
Courriel: procurement.operations@dhsc.gov.uk
Adresse(s) internet:
Adresse principale: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-of-health-and-social-care
Adresse du profil d’acheteur: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-of-health-and-social-care
I.4)Type de pouvoir adjudicateur
Ministère ou toute autre autorité nationale ou fédérale, y compris leurs subdivisions régionales ou locales
I.5)Activité principale
Santé

Section II: Objet

II.1)Étendue du marché
II.1.1)Intitulé:

Supply of Personal Protective Equipment for Healthcare Workers for the Care of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19)

II.1.2)Code CPV principal
35113410 Vêtements de protection biologique et chimique
II.1.3)Type de marché
Fournitures
II.1.4)Description succincte:

The Department of Health and Social Care (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract to Uniserve Group for the supply of Personal Protective Equipment (disposable aprons) to protect Health and Care workers for contracting the Covid-19 disease.

II.1.6)Information sur les lots
Ce marché est divisé en lots: non
II.1.7)Valeur totale du marché (hors TVA)
Valeur hors TVA: 14 400 000.00 GBP
II.2)Description
II.2.3)Lieu d'exécution
Code NUTS: UK UNITED KINGDOM
II.2.4)Description des prestations:

The Department of Health and Social Care (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract to Uniserve Group for the supply of Personal Protective Equipment (disposable aprons) to protect Health and Care workers for contracting the Covid-19 disease.

II.2.5)Critères d’attribution
Prix
II.2.11)Information sur les options
Options: non
II.2.13)Information sur les fonds de l'Union européenne
Le contrat s'inscrit dans un projet/programme financé par des fonds de l'Union européenne: non
II.2.14)Informations complémentaires

Section IV: Procédure

IV.1)Description
IV.1.1)Type de procédure
Attribution d'un marché sans publication préalable d'un avis d'appel à la concurrence au Journal officiel de l’Union européenne (dans les cas énumérés ci-dessous)
  • Urgence impérieuse résultant d'événements imprévisibles pour le pouvoir adjudicateur et dont les circonstances sont rigoureusement conformes aux conditions énoncées dans la directive
Explication:

1) The Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is a serious infectious respiratory disease and its consequences pose a risk to life. The Covid-19 outbreak is a public health emergency of international concerns as declared by the World Health Organisation on 30 January 2020. The WHO Director General characterised Covid-19 as a pandemic on 11 March 2020, by this stage Europe was the centre of the pandemic.

2) The use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is critical in safeguarding the health and lives of the care professionals treating patients with Covid-19. Delays in procuring the PPE poses a risk to life of those on the front line and the likelihood of significantly increased death toll.

3) In March the NHS experienced severe shortages of PPE, modelling based the trajectory of other European countries forecast the need for significant and extremely rapid increase in the UK PPE capacity. Similar shortfalls in PPE stocks were identified globally. There was immense demand for PPE, requiring the UK government to actively seek and create new supply chains rapidly to meet that demand. In these circumstances, a procurement following the usual timescales under the PCR 2015, including accelerated options, was impossible. PPE manufacturers and supply chains were under immediate and unprecedented global pressure to provide products. A delay in engaging with the market by running a usual procurement process ran the risk of failing to acquire the necessary stock of PPE equipment and presenting a significant risk to life.

4) The Department for Health and Social Care (‘DHSC’) is satisfied the tests permitting use of the negotiated procedure without prior publication (Regulation 32(2)(c)) were met:

A. As far as is strictly necessary: PPE was identified as strictly necessary to meet anticipated demand on the NHS during the first wave of cases in the UK.

B. There are genuine reasons for extreme urgency: DHSC are responding to Covid-19 immediately because of public health risks presenting a genuine emergency.

C. The events that have led to the need for extreme urgency were unforeseeable: as the Commission itself confirmed: ‘The current Coronavirus crisis presents an extreme and unforeseeable urgency – precisely for such a situation our European rules enable public buyers to buy within a matter of days, even hours, if necessary.’ (Commissioner Breton, Internal Market, 1 April 2020).

D. It was impossible to comply with the usual timescales in the PCR: due to the urgency of the situation there was no time to run an accelerated procurement under the open, restricted or competitive procedures with negotiation that would allow DHSC to secure delivery of products, particularly in light of the corresponding delays to timelines associated with securing supply of the PPE equipment.

E. The situation is not attributable to the contracting authority: DHSC has not caused or contributed to the Coronavirus crisis, which justifies the need for extreme urgency.

IV.1.3)Information sur l'accord-cadre ou le système d'acquisition dynamique
IV.1.8)Information concernant l’accord sur les marchés publics (AMP)
Le marché est couvert par l'accord sur les marchés publics: oui
IV.2)Renseignements d'ordre administratif
IV.2.8)Informations sur l'abandon du système d'acquisition dynamique
IV.2.9)Informations sur l'abandon de la procédure d'appel à la concurrence sous la forme d'un avis de préinformation

Section V: Attribution du marché

Un marché/lot est attribué: oui
V.2)Attribution du marché
V.2.1)Date de conclusion du marché:
18/05/2020
V.2.2)Informations sur les offres
Nombre d'offres reçues: 1
Le marché a été attribué à un groupement d'opérateurs économiques: non
V.2.3)Nom et adresse du titulaire
Nom officiel: Uniserve
Numéro national d'identification: 1826635
Adresse postale: Upminster Court 133 Hall Lane
Ville: Upminster
Code NUTS: UK UNITED KINGDOM
Code postal: RM14 1AL
Pays: Royaume-Uni
Le titulaire est une PME: non
V.2.4)Informations sur le montant du marché/du lot (hors TVA)
Estimation initiale du montant total du marché/du lot: 14 400 000.00 GBP
Valeur totale du marché/du lot: 14 400 000.00 GBP
V.2.5)Information sur la sous-traitance

Section VI: Renseignements complémentaires

VI.3)Informations complémentaires:
VI.4)Procédures de recours
VI.4.1)Instance chargée des procédures de recours
Nom officiel: The High Court
Adresse postale: Strand
Ville: London
Code postal: WC2A 2LL
Pays: Royaume-Uni
Adresse internet: https://www.gov.uk/courts-tribunals
VI.5)Date d’envoi du présent avis:
17/11/2020