Projekt se zaměřuje na zajištění kapacity orgánů pro životní prostředí pro splnění analýzy odpadu s vybavením 8 laboratoří na regionální úrovni a Národní referenční laboratoře u NEPA (Národní úřad na ochranu životního prostředí) s potřebnými vybaveními a školením personálu pro použití.
Nabídku do tendru musí být zpracována do 2. 4. 2007. Nabídka do tendru i následná komunikace bude vedena v angličtině.
RO-Bucharest: Phare — equipment acquisition for waste analysis
Supply procurement notice
1. Publication reference:
2005 — Phare national programme for Romania.
5. Contracting authority:
Ministry of Public Finances, Central Finance and Contracting Unit (CFCU), 44, Mircea Voda Avenue, Entrance B, District 3, Bucharest, Romania. Tel. (40-21) 326 55 55. Fax (40-21) 326 87 30/87 09. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Description of the contract:
The project aims to ensure the capability of environmental authorities to undertaking waste analysis by endowing the 8 laboratories at regional level and the national reference laboratory at the NEPA (National Environmental Protection Agency) with necessary equipment and train the staff in using it.
7. Number and titles of lots:
Terms of participation
8. Eligibility and rules of origin:
Participation is open to all legal persons of the EU Member States and the beneficiary countries of the Phare programme: Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey and the SAP countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia). All goods supplied under this contract must originate in 1 or more of these countries. Participation of natural persons is directly governed by the specific instruments applicable to the programme under which the contract is financed.
9. Grounds for exclusion:
Tenderers must submit a signed declaration, included in the tender form for a supply contract, to the effect that they are not in any of the situations listed in point 2.3.3 of the `Practical Guide to contracts procedures for EC external actions`.
10. Number of tenders:
Tenderers may submit only 1 tender per lot. Tenders for parts of a lot will not be considered. Any tenderer may state in its tender that it would offer a discount in the event that its tender is accepted for more than 1 lot. Tenderers may not submit a tender for a variant solution in addition to their tender for the supplies required in the tender dossier.
11. Tender guarantee:
Tenderers must provide a tender guarantee of EUR 30 000 when submitting their tender. This guarantee will be released to unsuccessful tenderers once the tender procedure has been completed and to the successful tenderer(s) upon signature of the contract by all parties. This guarantee will be called upon if the tenderer does not fulfil all obligations stated in its tender.
12. Performance guarantee:
The successful tenderer will be asked to provide a performance guarantee of 10 % of the amount of the contract at the signing of the contract. This guarantee must be provided together with the return of the countersigned contract no later than 30 days after the tenderer receives the contract signed by the contracting authority. If the selected tenderer fails to provide such a guarantee within this period, the contract will be void and a new contract may be drawn up and sent to the tenderer which has submitted the next best compliant tender.
13. Information meeting and/or site visit:
14. Tender validity:
Tenders must remain valid for a period of 90 days after the deadline for submission of tenders.
15. Period of implementation:
The supplies and the associated services (installation, testing, putting into operation and training) will be supplied within a maximum period of 9 calendar months from the date of contract signature.
Selection and award criteria
16. Selection criteria:
The following selection criteria will be applied to tenderers. In the case of tenders submitted by a consortium, these selection criteria will be applied to the consortium as a whole:
1) economic and financial capacity of tenderer (based on i.a. item 3 of the tender form for a supply contract):
(a) the average annual turnover of the candidate in each of the last 3 years (2003, 2004 and 2005) — shall be a minimum of EUR 2 000 000,
(b) the average annual operating profit of the candidate must be positive for each of the last 3 years (2003, 2004 and 2005);
2) professional capacity of tenderer (based on i.a. items 4 and 5 of the tender form for a supply contract):
(a) the tenderer shall prove that it holds a quality assurance system, in accordance with the international standards ISO 9001, certified by a specialised body in the field and that the supplies meet the international norms (IEC, ISO, EC, EN) for performance quality and safety,
(b) the tenderer should have at least 5 permanent staff working for the candidate in fields related to this contract as per Article 6 description of the contract,
(c) the tenderer shall demonstrate that facilities for warranty and after-sales services offered are available through a local branch or a representative, for the supplies offered throughout the relevant geographical area;
3) technical capacity of tenderer (based on i.a. items 5 and 6 of the tender form for a supply contract):
(a) the tenderer must provide reference documents regarding at least 2 successfully completed supply contracts of similar complexity, in the past 5 years (2001 onwards) — in supplying, installation, putting into operation, maintenance and training on-site for specific laboratory equipment, accompanied by written recommendations from beneficiaries.
An economic operator may, where appropriate and for a particular contract, rely on the capacities of other entities, regardless of the legal nature of the links which it has with them. It must in that case prove to the contracting authority that it will have at its disposal the resources necessary for performance of the contract, for example by producing an undertaking on the part of those entities to place those resources at its disposal. Under the same conditions, a consortium of economic operators may rely on the capacities of members of the consortium or of other entities.
17. Award criteria:
Price (the offer which is technically compliant and has the lowest price).
18. How to obtain the tender dossier:
The tender dossier is available from the following Internet address: europa.eu.int The tender dossier is also available from the contracting authority. Tenders must be submitted using the standard tender form for a supply contract included in the tender dossier, whose format and instructions must be strictly observed.
Tenderers with questions regarding this tender should send them in writing to:
Ministry of Public Finances, Central Finance and Contracting Unit (CFCU), 44, Mircea Voda Avenue, Entrance B, Sector 3, Bucharest, Romania. Tel. (40-21) 326 55 55. Fax (40-21) 326 87 30/87 09. E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact person: Adrian Condruz, Project Officer (e-mail: email@example.com) (mentioning the publication reference shown in point 1), at least 21 days before the deadline for submission of tenders given in point 19. The contracting authority must reply to all tenderers` questions at least 11 days before the deadline for submission of tenders. Eventual clarifications to the tender dossier shall be published on the EuropeAid web site at europa.eu.int
19. Deadline for submission of tenders:
2.4.2007 (12:00), local time.
Any tender received after this deadline will not be considered.
20. Tender opening session:
2.4.2007 (14:00), local time.
21. Language of the procedure:
All written communications for this tender procedure and contract must be in English.
22. Legal basis:
Financial Memorandum for 2005 Phare national programme for Romania.
Council Regulation (EEC) No 3906/1989 of 18.12.1989 on economic aid to certain countries of central and eastern Europe as amended on 17.12.2001 by the Council Regulation (EC) No 2500/2001 concerning pre-accession financial assistance for Turkey and as amended on 21.4.2004 by Council Regulation (EC) No 769/2004.