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Lithuania-Kaunas: Medical breathing devices
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
The reference tonnage shall be 2 units.
Kaunas Clinic Hospital of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, address: Eivenius g. 2, Kaunas.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Suppliers must provide the European Single Procurement Document, a relevant declaration replacing documents issued by the competent authorities and provisionally confirming the absence of grounds for exclusion established in accordance with the provisions of Article 46 of the Public Procurement Act. The European Single Procurement Document shall be drawn up in accordance with the standard form adopted by Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/7 of 5 January 2016 establishing the standard form for the European Single Procurement Document (OJ 2016 L 3, p. 16).
(1) If the supplier fails to deliver the goods within the time limit laid down in the contract, the supplier must pay the buyer interest equal to 0.06 % of the total price of the goods not delivered on time, for each day of delay;
(2) If the supplier refuses to deliver (part of) the goods or to remedy defects in the goods, the buyer shall apply a penalty of 30 % of the total price of the goods not delivered or defective.
Section IV: Procedure
LSMUL Kaunas Clinics, Services Centre (IIIth floor), Public Procurement Office, Meeting Room, Eivenio g. 2, Kaunas.
Suppliers shall not be invited to attend the consultation meeting.
Section VI: Complementary information
(1) In the performance of the contract, invoices shall be submitted exclusively electronically. Electronic invoices complying with the European standard on electronic invoicing, the reference of which was published in Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2017/1870 of 16 October 2017 on the publication of the reference to the European standard on electronic invoicing and the list of syntaxes pursuant to Directive 2014/55/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ 2017 L 266, p. 19) (‘the European standard on electronic invoicing’) are submitted by means chosen by the supplier. Electronic invoices that do not comply with the European standard on electronic invoicing can only be submitted via the e-invoicing information system (the e-invoicing information system website is available at: https://www.esaskaita.eu). In the event of breaches of the e-account information system in the event of mobilisation, war or emergency, which prevent communication and exchange of information between the buyer and the supplier through this system, invoices may not be submitted by electronic means during the performance of the contract;
(2) an advance payment: not foreseen;
(3) The purchaser shall make payments for the transferred goods no later than:
3.1) within 30 (thirty) calendar days after the delivery of the goods and the signature of the ‘Act determining the putting into service of fixed assets – medical apparatus’, upon receipt of the invoice or equivalent document by the purchaser;
3.2) if the date of receipt of the invoice or equivalent document is unclear, within 30 (thirty) calendar days from the date of receipt of the goods. The date of receipt of the invoice or equivalent document shall be deemed to be unclear where the invoice or equivalent document is issued and sent to the purchaser without the use of electronic means;
3.3) where the buyer receives the invoice or equivalent document before delivery of the goods to him, within 30 (thirty) calendar days from the date of receipt of the goods;
(4) the date of delivery/receipt of the goods is to be considered as the date of transfer of the goods to the buyer, i.e. fixed assets – medical;
(5) the possibility of direct payment to subcontractors: present