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Dänemark-Ballerup: Reparatur- und Wartungsdienste
Bekanntmachung vergebener Aufträge
Ergebnisse des Vergabeverfahrens
Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber
Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
Service, Maintenance and Spare Parts to Scania Marine Equipment in the Danish Navy
See Section II.2.4).
This notice concerns the establishment of a framework agreement regarding a range of services and supply of spare parts in connection with the Scania equipment installed on the ships in the Danish Navy. The current Scania equipment (propulsion engines and GEN-SET systems) is installed on the inspection ships, supply ships, SAR vessels, SAR boats, home guard vessels, patrol boats and Dannebrog in the Danish Navy. Below is a breakdown of the current equipment installed:
— 6 x gen-set type DI16 49M,
— 3 x gen-set type DI16 55M,
— 3 x gen-set type DI12 62M,
— 38 x propulsion engines type DI16 43M,
— 8 x propulsion engines type DSI14 74M,
— 12 x propulsion engines type DSI14 48A,
— 12 x propulsion engines type DSI14 56M,
— 12 x propulsion engines type DSI14 73M,
— 1 x propulsion engine type DN11 40M,
— 4 x propulsion engines type DS11 57A,
— 13 x propulsion engines type DI14 75M,
— 2 x propulsion engines type DSI 14 40A,
— 2 x propulsion engines type DS12 66M.
The establishment of the framework agreement concerns the following services:
— certified maintenance and repair of the equipment,
— training and education in the maintenance of the equipment performed by authorized Scania personel,
— help desk services in connection with the maintenance of the equipment performed by authorized Scania personel.
Besides the above mentioned services, the framework agreement also covers the supply of all spare parts that are needed for the equipment.
The services will primarily be performed in Denmark, but in specific cases, the supplier might have to travel abroad to perform the services.
Lastly, note that it will be a mandatory requirement before signing of an agreement (however, not the application for pre-qualification) to be able to document an authorization from Scania.
The framework agreement will be 4 years with an included option of renewing the agreement for 2 years 3 times.
The framework agreement is not divided into lots on the grounds that a division of the contract would undermine the economies of scale obtainable by procuring 1 contract.
The agreement is entered into by DALO. However, all divisions of the Danish Ministry of Defence, including all units of the Danish Defence subject to the command of the Chief of Defence is entitled to use the agreement.
Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
Abschnitt V: Auftragsvergabe
Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben
Pursuant to the Danish Consolidation Act No 593 of 2.6.2016 on the Complaints Board for Public Procurement (available at www.retsinformation.dk), the following time limits for filing a complaint apply:
Complaints regarding a candidate not being pre-qualified 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, cf. § 7(1) of the Act on The Complaints Board for Public Procurement, provided that the notification includes an account of the reasons for the decision.
Other complaints must in accordance with § 7(2) of the Act on The Complaints Board for Public Procurement be filed with The Complaints Board for Public Procurement within:
1) 45 calendar days after the contracting authority has published a contract award notice in the Official Journal of the European Union. The time limit is calculated from the day after the publication date;
2) 30 calendar days starting the day after the contracting authority has notified the tenderers in question, that the contracting authority has entered into a contract based on a framework agreement through reopening of competition or a dynamic purchasing system, provided that the notification includes an account of the reasons for the decision;
3) 6 months after the contracting authority has entered into the framework agreement, calculated starting the day after the contracting authority has sent notification to the candidates and tenderers involved, cf. § 2(2) or § 171(4) of the Public Procurement Act, provided that the notification included an account of the reasons for the decision;
4) 20 calendar days starting the day after the contracting authority has published a notice concerning his decision to uphold the contract, cf. § 185(2) of the Public Procurement Act.
The complainant must inform the contracting authority of the complaint in writing at the latest simultaneously with the lodge of the complaint to The Complaints Board for Public Procurement stating whether the complaint has been lodged in the stand-still period, cf. § 6(4) of the Act on The Complaints Board for Public Procurement. If the complaint has not been lodged in the stand-still period, the complainant must also state whether it is requested that the appeal is granted delaying effect, cf. § 12(1).
Contact information for The Complaints Board for Public Procurement is stated in Section VI.4.1).
The Complaints Board for Public Procurement’s own guidance note concerning complaints is available on the website stated in Section VI.4.1).