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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: Provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
The purpose of this call for tenders is to conclude framework supply contracts (hereinafter referred to as ‘the FWC’) for the provision of selected Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the European Court of Auditors.
The place of performance is Luxembourg. The technical specifications detailing the required items, their description and the conditions for contract’s implementation are provided in part B of the tender specifications.
Provision of Medical Masks
The subject of this lot is the provision of 850 000 medical masks to the European Court of Auditors. The exact description and minimum requirements are presented in part B of tender specifications (point 2.1).
General budget of the European Union
Provision of Filtering Face Piece Respirators Class 2 (FFP2)
The subject of this lot is the provision of 50 000 filtering face piece respirators class 2 (FFP2) to the European Court of Auditors. The exact description and minimum requirements are presented in part B of tender specifications (point 2.2).
Provision of Hand Protection
The subject of this lot is the provision of 80 000 gloves in different size to the European Court of Auditors. The exact description and minimum requirements are presented in part B of tender specifications (point 2.3).
Provision of Hand Sanitizers
The subject of this Lot is the provision of different hand sanitizers and wipes to the European Court of Auditors. The exact description and minimum requirements are presented in part B of tender specifications (point 2.4).
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers that are in one of the situations described in Articles 136 and 141 of the Financial Regulation shall be excluded from participation in this open call for tenders and not be awarded the contract.
Tenderers must be legally capable of performing the supply contracts they apply for. A declaration on honour on the exclusion and selection criteria (Annex 3 of the invitation to tender — Form 5), dated and duly signed by an authorised representative of the tenderer, shall be provided with the tender.
In respect of the contract which is the subject of this invitation to tender, the Court requires tenderers to have the following minimum level of legal and regulatory capacity:
(a) the tenderers must be constituted and registered in accordance with the law of the country in which it is established (e.g. trade register);
(b) the main business activity of the tenderer must be related to the subject of the contract.
The following documents as regards the legal capacity shall be requested from the tenderers to whom the award of the contract might be proposed:
(a) proof of entry on the professional or trade register under the conditions laid down by legislation in the country in which the tenderers reside, clearly stating the tenderer's exact name, business activity and that the tenderer is authorised to perform the contract in its country of establishment;
(b) a legible copy of the notice of appointment of the person(s) authorised to represent the tenderer in concluding contracts, if it is not included in the abovementioned document.
Section IV: Procedure
European Court of Auditors, L-1615 Luxembourg, 12 rue Alcide de Gasperi.
This session may take place online using the platform Microsoft Teams. In this case a link will be provided to the tenderers in due time in reply to their email registering for participation.
A maximum of one representative per tender may attend the opening session. For organisational and security reasons the tenderer must provide the full name and nationality of the representatives at least two working days in advance to email@example.com. The representatives will be required to present the submission receipt generated by eSubmission and to sign an attendance sheet.
Section VI: Complementary information
Any additional information including that referred to above will be available only on eTendering (https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=7930), so the tenderers are strongly advised to consult it at regular intervals as additional information may be added at any time up to the closing date for submission of tenders.
Appeal to the General Court of the European Union within 2 months of the plaintiff being notified on the success or not of its tender or, failing this, of the day 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.