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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Operation of catering and ancillary services — laundry service
Concession award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
Operation of catering and ancillary services — laundry service
This contract is a mixed contract (concession and framework contract) which covers the following services:
A) operation of the Court’s catering service (concession);
B) provision of catering services on the basis of purchase orders (framework contract) ;
C) provision of laundry services at the contractor's premises, using a drop and collect room made available by the Court (concession).
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
This contract consists of the following services:
— operation of catering services and ancillary services (concession): this involves operating two self-service restaurants, one of which has an adjoining coffee corner, two restaurants with table service and two cafeterias, providing various services, and ensuring provision and management of vending machines and other equipment (coffee machines, etc.);
— provision of catering services on the basis of purchase orders (framework contract): the Court will request catering services in accordance to specific needs (banquet services, coffee breaks, internal meetings, etc.);
— a laundry service (concession), allowing drop and collect services in the premises of the Court of Justice for items entrusted by customers.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of concession
Section VI: Complementary information
The procurement procedure COJ-PROC-20/028 was cancelled due to the extent and effects of the SARS-COV-2 pandemic.
The contract documents, and in particular the technical specifications, drawn up with a view to a return to normal in May 2021 and published in August 2020, no longer reflect what the reality will probably be under the auspices of the new contract.
Any appeals must be lodged with the General Court of the European Union within two months of the plaintiff being notified or, failing this,of the date on which it became known to them. A complaint made to the European Ombudsman neither suspends this period nor opens a new period for lodging appeals.