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Aankondiging van een opdracht
Afdeling I: Aanbestedende dienst
Adres van het kopersprofiel: http://www.deutsche-evergabe.de
Afdeling II: Voorwerp
1 pc. Ion Beam Etch Tool
The planned acquisition comprises a cleanroom compatible ion beam etching system for patterning of magnetic multilayer stacks on standardised 200 mm semiconductor based wafers over resist masks or hard masks. Furthermore also Au layers or Pt/AlN stacks could be patterned by ion beam etching. In addition, it should provide the possibilities to process also 150 mm wafers. The tool requires an in situ measurement for detecting of etch progress and end point, preferred by SIMS.
Option 1: quarz wafer (2.10/6.).
Option 2: list of available equipment and consumable parts.
Option 3: signal light tower.
Afdeling III: Juridische, economische, financiële en technische inlichtingen
The documents listed in the following must be presented in full with the tender. Incomplete documents could lead to exclusion from the procedure.
1) Designation of the company revenue for the last 3 business years;
2) Self-declaration regarding the lack of exclusion criteria pursuant to § 123 and § 124 of the German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB);
3) Excerpt from the Central Trade Register according to § 150a GewO (is requested by the client).
1) Company profile and the actual amount of employees;
2) References from comparable projects not more than 3 years old. If, for reasons of data protection, you are not allowed to name your contact persons, please categorize your client (research, industry, other public clients).
In the event that subcontractors are used, they must be named and their suitability is likewise to be substantiated on the basis of the listed documents under III.1). Furthermore, it must be confirmed that they will be available if the order is placed; their share in the scope of the contractual object must be stated.
Afdeling IV: Procedure
Afdeling VI: Aanvullende inlichtingen
Request of documents — available at: the award documents can be retrieved exclusively through the award portal of the German e-Vergabe at www.deutsche-evergabe.de. With the tender submission, contenders are also subject to the provisions regarding unsuccessful tenders [§134 GWB (German Act Against Restraints of Competition)]. Questions or remarks from the tenderer must be sent, in English only, exclusively via e-mail to the contact point named under No. I.1). As far as relevant, responses to the questions or remarks of the tenderer shall also be sent to all other tenderers.
Pursuant to Section 9 Par. 3 S. 2 VgV (German public procurement regulation), the contract notice and the award documents are available to you at the German eVergabe with or without registration.
Please note that registration is required for requests to participate, tender submissions and tenderer questions.
We therefore recommend early registration, also in order to receive any tenderer information; you otherwise bear the risk of possible tender exclusion.
Instruction on available legal remedies:
A request for review is inadmissible if more than 15 calendar days have passed since the receipt of the notification from the ordering party indicating a lack of willingness to help with the objection (§ 160 Par. 3 Clause 1 No. 4 GWB “German Act Against Restraints of Competition”). A request for review is additionally inadmissible if the contract has been awarded before the Vergabekammer “procurement review authority” has informed the ordering party of the request for review (§§ 168 Par. 2 Clause 1, 169 Par. 1 GWB). The award of the contract is possible 15 calendar days after the dispatch of the tenderer information pursuant to § 134 Par. 1 GWB. If the information is sent electronically or via fax, this time period is reduced to 10 calendar days (§ 134 Par. 2 GWB). The time period begins on the day after the dispatch of the information by the ordering party; the day on which it is received at the concerned tenderer and applicant is not relevant. The admissibility of a request for review furthermore presupposes that a complaint has been made to the ordering party with regard to the asserted procurement violations within 10 days after knowledge was obtained of it (§ 160 Par. 3 Clause 1 No. 1 GWB). Complaints regarding violations of procurement rules that are apparent on the basis of the announcement must be made to the ordering party before the expiration of the time period named in the announcement for the application or for the tendering (§ 160 Par. 3 Clause 1 No. 1 GWB). Complaints regarding violations of procurement rules that do not become apparent until appearing in the award documents must be made to the ordering party no later than by the expiration of the time period for the application or for the tendering (§ 160 Par. 3 Clause 1 No. 1 GWB).