The Danish Embassy in Uganda requires the delivery of vehicles for its engagements in Northern Uganda under the Northern Uganda Resilience Initiative (NURI) programme and the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) which covers all the regions in the country.

In order to ensure that vehicles are provided on market terms, the contracting authority will enter into two parallel framework agreements (with the two tenderers who submitted the most and second most economically advantageous tender during the procurement procedure), and reopen competition between the two suppliers.

Extended TitleVehicles for the Uganda Country Programme
Extended Description

Immediately after the conclusion of the parallel framework agreements, the contracting authority will request that the suppliers submit bids comprising eleven (11) vehicles for NURI of the Double-Cabin Pickup type.

In addition, the contracting authority expects to procure forty (40) vehicles for DGF during the contract period of the Double-Cabin Pickup, Minibus and Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) type. The number of vehicles and distribution of types (and the total value of the framework agreements) are only estimated and not guaranteed by the contracting authority. Thus, the contracting authority does not guarantee that the number of vehicles, types or the estimated total value is correct or that the actual expenditure will correspond to the estimated total value.

The vehicles will be used in all types of terrain in Uganda, including in remote areas on rough and muddy gravel roads. The vehicles should be suitable for continuous and strenuous operations in general “on and off” road in tropical conditions, in all areas of Uganda. The vehicles should be of sturdy construction and good quality.

The vehicles must be the manufacturer’s production models that are offered for sale to the public, and able to be legally driven on public roads (street legal). Upon delivery, the vehicles must be new and unused.

Throughout the warranty period, the supplier must provide access to authorised and named service stations in all major regions of Uganda (i.e. North, South, East and West) for maintenance and repair services, and the supplier must be able to provide genuine or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) spare parts at the authorised and named service stations.

Publication Date2020-09-28
CountryUganda
Procurement StatusAwarded
TypeRestricted procedure
Contract TypeSupplies
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
OrganisationEmbassy of Denmark in Uganda
Attention OfCarolyne Mbekeka
AddressPlot 3, Lumumba Avenue
TownKampala
Class Code34000000
Class DescriptionTransport equipment and auxiliary products to transportation
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

Version of 2020-09-28

Passenger cars

The Danish Embassy in Uganda requires the delivery of vehicles for its engagements in Northern Uganda under the Northern Uganda Resilience Initiative (NURI) programme and the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) which covers all the regions in the country.

In order to ensure that vehicles are provided on market terms, the contracting authority will enter into two parallel framework agreements (with the two tenderers who submitted the most and second most economically advantageous tender during the procurement procedure), and reopen competition between the two suppliers.

Extended TitleVehicles for the Uganda Country Programme
Extended Description

Immediately after the conclusion of the parallel framework agreements, the contracting authority will request that the suppliers submit bids comprising eleven (11) vehicles for NURI of the Double-Cabin Pickup type.

In addition, the contracting authority expects to procure forty (40) vehicles for DGF during the contract period of the Double-Cabin Pickup, Minibus and Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) type. The number of vehicles and distribution of types (and the total value of the framework agreements) are only estimated and not guaranteed by the contracting authority. Thus, the contracting authority does not guarantee that the number of vehicles, types or the estimated total value is correct or that the actual expenditure will correspond to the estimated total value.

The vehicles will be used in all types of terrain in Uganda, including in remote areas on rough and muddy gravel roads. The vehicles should be suitable for continuous and strenuous operations in general ‘on and off’ road in tropical conditions, in all areas of Uganda. The vehicles should be of sturdy construction and good quality.

The vehicles must be the manufacturer’s production models that are offered for sale to the public, and able to be legally driven on public roads (street legal). Upon delivery, the vehicles must be new and unused.

Throughout the warranty period, the supplier must provide access to authorised and named service stations in all major regions of Uganda (i.e. North, South, East and West) for maintenance and repair services, and the supplier must be able to provide genuine or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) spare parts at the authorised and named service stations.

Deadline Date2020-10-26
Publication Date2020-09-28
CountryUganda
Procurement StatusActive
TypeRestricted procedure
Contract TypeSupplies
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
Value1906900
OrganisationEmbassy of Denmark in Uganda
Attention OfCarolyne Mbekeka
AddressPlot 3, Lumumba Avenue
TownKampala
Class Code34110000
Class DescriptionPassenger cars
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

Version of 2020-09-08

Passenger cars

The Danish Embassy in Uganda requires the delivery of vehicles for its engagements in Northern Uganda under the Northern Uganda Resilience Initiative (NURI) programme and the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) which covers all the regions in the country.

In order to ensure that vehicles are provided on market terms, the contracting authority will enter into two parallel framework agreements (with the two tenderers who submitted the most and second most economically advantageous tender during the procurement procedure), and reopen competition between the two suppliers.

Extended TitleVehicles for the Uganda Country Programme
Extended Description

Immediately after the conclusion of the parallel framework agreements, the contracting authority will request that the suppliers submit bids comprising eleven (11) vehicles for NURI of the Double-Cabin Pickup type.

In addition, the contracting authority expects to procure forty (40) vehicles for DGF during the contract period of the Double-Cabin Pickup, Minibus and Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) type. The number of vehicles and distribution of types (and the total value of the framework agreements) are only estimated and not guaranteed by the contracting authority. Thus, the contracting authority does not guarantee that the number of vehicles, types or the estimated total value is correct or that the actual expenditure will correspond to the estimated total value.

The vehicles will be used in all types of terrain in Uganda, including in remote areas on rough and muddy gravel roads. The vehicles should be suitable for continuous and strenuous operations in general ‘on and off’ road in tropical conditions, in all areas of Uganda. The vehicles should be of sturdy construction and good quality.

The vehicles must be the manufacturer’s production models that are offered for sale to the public, and able to be legally driven on public roads (street legal). Upon delivery, the vehicles must be new and unused.

Throughout the warranty period, the supplier must provide access to authorised and named service stations in all major regions of Uganda (i.e. North, South, East and West) for maintenance and repair services, and the supplier must be able to provide genuine or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) spare parts at the authorised and named service stations.

Deadline Date2020-10-05
Publication Date2020-09-08
CountryUganda
Procurement StatusActive
TypeRestricted procedure
Contract TypeSupplies
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
Value1906900
OrganisationEmbassy of Denmark in Uganda
Attention OfCarolyne Mbekeka
AddressPlot 3, Lumumba Avenue
TownKampala
Class Code34110000
Class DescriptionPassenger cars
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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