Supply of Equipment and Provision of Related Services for the Development of the Hungarian Air Quality Network (HAQN) within the Framework of the Swiss-Hungarian Co-operation Programme


3779387 SIMAP - 09.08.2013
Grund: Öffentliches Beschaffungswesen (Ausschreibung - Quelle: SIMAP)
- Verfahrensart:  Offenes Verfahren
- Auftragsart:  Lieferauftrag
- Dem WTO-Abkommen unterstellt:  Ja

1. Auftraggeber
1.1 Offizieller Name und Adresse des Auftraggebers
Bedarfsstelle/Vergabestelle
Ministry of Rural Development
Beschaffungsstelle/Organisator
PROVITAL Fejlesztési Tanácsadó Zrt.
dr. Péter Schmalz
Bimbó út 68.
1022 Budapest
HU
Telefon: +36 14118410
Fax: +36 14118401
E-Mail: schmalz.peter@provitalzrt.hu
URL:
1.2 Angebote sind an folgende Adresse zu schicken
PROVITAL Fejlesztési Tanácsadó Zrt.
dr. Péter Schmalz
Bimbó út 68.
1022 Budapest
HU
Telefon: +36 14118410
Fax: +36 14118401
E-Mail: schmalz.peter@provitalzrt.hu
1.4 Frist für die Einreichung des Angebotes
Datum: 13.09.2013
Uhrzeit: 10:00
1.5 Art des Auftraggebers
Ausland
1.6 Verfahrensart
Offenes Verfahren
1.7 Auftragsart
Lieferauftrag
1.8 Gemäss GATT/WTO-Abkommen, resp. Staatsvertrag
Ja

2. Beschaffungsobjekt
2.1 Art des Lieferauftrages
Kauf
2.2 Projekttitel (Kurzbeschrieb) der Beschaffung
Supply of Equipment and Provision of Related Services for the Development of the Hungarian Air Quality Network (HAQN) within the Framework of the Swiss-Hungarian Co-operation Programme
2.4 Gemeinschaftsvokabular
CPV: 38550000 - Zähler
CPV: 48000000 - Softwarepaket und Informationssysteme
CPV: 30210000 - Datenverarbeitungsgeräte (Hardware)
CPV: 79998000 - Coaching
CPV: 51215000 - Installation von meteorologischer Ausrüstung
2.5 Detaillierter Produktebeschrieb
Lot 1

-Sampling devices: device for sampling of gaseous air pollutants (137)
-High-flow dust sampler (7)

Lot 2

Laboratory measuring instruments:

-Electronic analytical scales (6)
-Ion chromatograph (6)
-Automatic discrete photometric analyser (5)
-ICP-OES spectrometer (2)
-Gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer (GC/MS) (6)
-High-pressure automatic solvent extractor (ASE) (6)

Lot 3

Mobile measuring station (2)


The provision of the following additional services forms the task of the Tenderer for all three lots: installation, commissioning and trial operation of the devices, training of the operating staff appointed by the Contracting Authority and supply of the accessories and parts specified in the documentation.
2.6 Ort der Lieferung
Budapest
2.7 Aufteilung in Lose?
Ja
Angebote sind möglich für: mehrere Beschaffungen

Los-Nr: 1
CPV: 51215000 - Installation von meteorologischer Ausrüstung
Kurze Beschreibung: Lot 1

-Sampling devices: device for sampling of gaseous air pollutants (137)
-High-flow dust sampler (7)

Los-Nr: 2
CPV: 51215000 - Installation von meteorologischer Ausrüstung
Kurze Beschreibung: Lot 2

Laboratory measuring instruments:

-Electronic analytical scales (6)
-Ion chromatograph (6)
-Automatic discrete photometric analyser (5)
-ICP-OES spectrometer (2)
-Gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer (GC/MS) (6)
-High-pressure automatic solvent extractor (ASE) (6)

Los-Nr: 3
CPV: 51215000 - Installation von meteorologischer Ausrüstung
Kurze Beschreibung: Lot 3

Mobile measuring station (2)
2.8 Werden Varianten zugelassen?
Nein
2.9 Werden Teilangebote zugelassen?
Nein

3. Bedingungen
3.1 Generelle Teilnahmebedingungen
III.2.1) Personal situation of economic operators as Tenderers/Candidates (reasons for exclusion) including requirements relating to the entry in professional or trade registers
Information needed for evaluating eligibility and the required manner of certification:
The economic operators are excluded from participating in the procedure as a tenderer, a candidate or a subcontractor, and may not contribute to the certification of suitability either if any of the reasons for exclusion stated in Article 56(1) of the PPA applies to them.
Persons are excluded from participating in the procedure as a tenderer to whom the reason for exclusion stated in Article 56(2) of the PPA applies.

Method of certification:
In the Tender, the Tenderer must certify, pursuant to Sections 2-8 and 10 of Government Decree No. 310/2011 (XII. 23.) that it is not falling within the scope of the grounds of exclusion.
The Tenderer must submit a declaration defined in Article 58(3) of the PPA for its subcontractor and, in specific cases, for other entities involved in the certification of eligibility, on the lack of grounds of exclusion specified in Article 56(1) of the PPA.

The declaration on the grounds of exclusion cannot be dated earlier than the date of dispatch of this Contract Notice.
Proof for the absence of a disqualifying circumstance must be furnished in accordance with the guidelines published by the Public Procurement Authority on "Certificates, declarations, records, and other data pertaining to disqualifying circumstances to be filed in a public procurement process by business entities settled in Hungary"(Public Procurement Bulletin Issue 58 vol. 2012, May 23, 2012) and on "Certificates, declarations, records, and other data pertaining to disqualifying circumstances to be filed in a public procurement process by business entities settled in the European Union and the European Economic Area" PBB Issue 61, vol. 2012, June 1, 2012).

III.2.2) Economic and financial ability
Information needed for evaluating eligibility and the required manner of certification:
P/1
A declaration on the consolidated net sales revenue of the three business years prior the publication of the Contract Notice (2010, 2011, 2012) must be attached to the tender pursuant to Article 55(1)d) of the PPA and Section 14(1) of Government Decree No. 310/2011 (XII.23.), depending on the date on which the Tenderer was established or started trading, provided that those data are available.

Pursuant to Article 55(4) of the PPA the specified ability criteria may be met jointly as well by Joint Tenderers, while the criteria defined in Article 55(1)d) of the PPA, which concern each economic operator only individually, may be met only by one of them.
Pursuant to Article 55(5) of the PPA, the Tenderers may comply with the eligibility criteria set out above relying on the capacity of any other organisation (or person) regardless of the legal nature of their relationship. In the latter situation, the bid shall contain the name of such organisation and the eligibility criterion (criteria), together with the relevant paragraph of the notice launching the procedure for the certification of which the applicant relies on the resources of such organisation. The organisation providing its capacities shall certify the meeting of the given qualification criterion according to the stipulated certification methods, and shall declare that the resources required for the performance of the Contract will be available during the whole term of the performance of the Contract.

According to Article 55(5) of the PPA the Tenderer may rely on the capacity of another entity for the certification of its eligibility pursuant to Article 55(6)c) of the PPA:

Minimum eligibility criteria: (if applicable)
P/1
Tenderers are qualified as unsuitable if:
With regard to lot 1, if their total net sales revenues are below HUF 300 million in the three business years (2010, 2011 and 2012) prior to the publication of this Contract Notice.

With regard to lot 2, if their total net sales revenues are below HUF 400 million in the three business years (2010, 2011 and 2012) prior to the publication of this Contract Notice.
With regard to lot 3, if their total net sales revenues are below HUF 150 million in the three business years (2010, 2011 and 2012) prior to the publication of this Contract Notice.

III.2.3) Technical and professional eligibility
Information needed for evaluating eligibility and the required manner of certification:
M/1
Description of the major supplies of 3 years (36 months) prior to the date of dispatch of the Contract Notice, pursuant to Article 55(1)a) of the PPA and Section 15(1) a) of Government Decree No 310/2011 (XII.23), containing at least the following information:
- date of performance (year, month)
- name the other contracting party
- object of the supply
- sum of consideration
- and a statement indicating whether or not performance complied with the specifications and the Contract
The references need to be certified pursuant to Section 16(1) of Government Decree No. 310/2011 (XII.23.).






M/2
Pursuant to Article 55 (1) a) of the PPA and Section 15 (1) b) of the Government Decree No. 310/2011 (XII.23), the Tenderer must submit a description of its existing technical equipment, in the form of an official company declaration, containing the following information:
- exact name and address of the service station(s)
- accessibility for 24 hours on working days by phone, fax and e-mail - yes or no
- call-out service on the whole territory of the country within 24 hours from the reporting of the error - yes or no
- beginning of repair within 48 hours from the error report - yes or no
- rights and ability to service the devices to be purchased in the framework of this public procurement procedure

M/3
Method of proof required:
As per Government Decree 310/2011. (XII.23.) Section 15 (1) clause b), a statement of quality control measures taken and a description of tools of inspection and research.

In addition, the Tenderer shall also submit a certificate of any independent organisation, accredited in any national system, certifying the use of the quality control system stating that the Tenderer applies an ISO 9001 (or equivalent) quality control system, or describing the Tenderer's measures taken for quality assurance.


Pursuant to Section 55(4) of the PPA, Joint Tenderers may comply collectively with the eligibility criteria.

Pursuant to Article 55(5) of the PPA, the Tenderers may comply with the eligibility criteria set out above relying on the capacity of any other organisation (or person) regardless of the legal nature of their relationship. In the latter situation, the bid shall contain the name of such organisation and the eligibility criterion (criteria), together with the relevant paragraph of the notice launching the procedure for the certification of which the applicant relies on the resources of such organisation. The organisation providing its capacities shall certify the meeting of the given qualification criterion according to the stipulated certification methods, and shall declare that the resources required for the performance of the Contract will be available during the whole term of the performance of the Contract.

According to Article 55(5) of the PPA the Tenderer may rely on the capacity of another entity for the certification of its eligibility pursuant to Article 55(6)a)-b) of the PPA:

Minimum eligibility criteria: (if applicable)

M/1
Any tenderer is unsuitable unless they possess, in 3 years (36 months) prior to the publication of the Contract Notice,
with regard to lot 1, references for the supply of the equipment that forms the object of the public procurement (air quality measuring instrument), performed for at least a value of net HUF 100 million in compliance with the regulations and the contracts
with regard to lot 2, references for the supply of the equipment that forms the object of the public procurement (laboratory measuring instruments) performed for at least a value of net HUF 100 million in compliance with the regulations and the contracts
with regard to lot 3, references for the supply of the equipment that forms the object of the public procurement (air quality measuring instrument) performed for at least a value of net HUF 100 million in compliance with the regulations and the contracts
The Bidder also bidding for Phase 1 and Phase 3 may submit a reference (air quality monitoring equipment) for Phase 1 and Phase 3 if such a reference is suitable for unambiguously determining eligibility for the applicable requirement.


M/2
The Tenderer is deemed unsuitable in all three lots unless it has a service station in Hungary that is accessible for 24 hours on working days by phone, fax and e-mail and provides a call-out service on the whole territory of the country within 24 hours from the reporting of the error or begins the repair within 48 hours from the event of reporting or has the right and is capable of servicing the equipment to be purchased within the framework (a particular lot) of this public procurement procedure.

M/3
The Tenderer is also deemed unsuitable in all three lots if it does not have an ISO 9001 (or equivalent) quality control system or equivalent measures taken for quality assurance.
3.2 Kautionen / Sicherheiten
III.1.1) Deposits and guarantees required: (if applicable)
With regard to all three lots of the procedure:
The winning Tenderer must pay default penalty to the Contracting Authority if it fails to deliver part of, or all devices and instruments and/or components or provide the additional services within the deadline specified in the Contract.
The default penalty rate is 0.3% of the net contracting price for that milestone for each day of the delay after the deadline stated in the Contract, but not more than 15% of the net contracting price for that milestone.
If the winning Tenderer performs the tasks erroneously, i.e. not in compliance with the Contract due to any reason attributable to it, it shall pay faulty performance penalty to the Contracting Authority for each milestone.
The faulty performance penalty rate equals 3% of the net contracting price for that milestone.
If the Contract fails due to a reason attributable to the winning Tenderer, i.e. the winning Tenderer does not fulfil the contracting obligations under the terms and conditions of the Contract, or if the Contracting Authority cancels or terminates the Contract with immediate effect under the terms and conditions specified therein, the winning Tenderer shall pay default penalty to the Contracting Authority.
The default penalty rate equals 25% of the net contracting price of the undelivered lot of the contract.

Warranty:
For lots 1 and 2, at least 36 months according to the Tender submitted by the winning Tenderer, and for lot 3, 36 months. Warranty begins for lot one and lot two on the date of completion of certain milestones, closed with a trial operation, and for lot three on the date of (final) performance closed with the trial operation, and shall remain effective at least for a period of 36 months for the period offered by the Tenderer for warranty.

The winning Tenderer is obliged to provide a guarantee to secure its warranty obligation at the rate of 5% of the value of the devices delivered in each milestone for the first and second lots, and of the devices delivered in the course of (final) performance with regard to the third lot. Guarantee begins for lot one and lot two on the date of completion of certain milestones, closed with a trial operation, and for lot three shall be due on the date of (final) performance closed with the trial operation and shall remain effective at least for a period of 36 months for the period offered by the Tenderer for guarantee. The winning Tenderer can provide the guarantee in any of the forms specified in Article 126(6)a) of the PPA. If the guarantee is paid in cash, it needs to be paid into the Contracting Authority's account number 10032000-01494549-36000001 held at the Hungarian State Treasury. The Tenderer must issue a declaration for making available the guarantee pursuant to Article 126(5) of the PPA.
3.3 Zahlungsbedingungen
III.1.2) Main financing conditions and payment arrangements and/or reference to the relevant provisions governing them:


The Principal pays the Supplier's fee in instalments, by milestone, following the acceptance by the Principal of the performance complying with the method and containing the items specified in the Contract, by transfer, and consequently the Tenderer may submit 2 pro forma invoices and 1 final invoice for the first lot, 1 pro forma invoice and a final invoice for the second lot and 1 final invoice for the third lot of the Contract. The Contracting Authority accepts only invoices that are submitted based on certified performance.
Client does not offer a down payment for any of the phases.
The consideration is paid in HUF based on the invoice issued correctly following the performance by the winning Tenderer and the receipt of the performance certificate recognising that, issued by the Contracting Authority, within 30 days from its receipt, in compliance with the provisions of Article (1) 292/B of Act IV 1959 on the Hungarian Civil Code and 130(5)-(6) of the PPA and the applicable provisions of Government Decree No. 237/2008 (IX. 26.).
The contracts to be concluded in this public procurement procedure and its performance falls within the scope of Article 36/A of Act XCII of 2003 on the Order of Taxation.
3.5 Bietergemeinschaft
Permitted
3.7 Eignungskriterien
aufgrund der in den Unterlagen genannten Kriterien
3.8 Geforderte Nachweise
aufgrund der in den Unterlagen geforderten Nachweise
3.9 Zuschlagskriterien
aufgrund der nachstehenden Kriterien
 Bid price Gewichtung 9
 Warranty period (in months, minimum 36 months) Gewichtung 1
3.10 Bedingungen für den Erhalt der Ausschreibungsunterlagen
Kosten: keine
3.13 Bezugsquelle für Ausschreibungsunterlagen
zu beziehen von folgender Adresse:
PROVITAL Fejlesztési Tanácsadó Zrt.
dr. Péter Schmalz
Bimbó út 68.
1022 Budapest
HU
Telefon: +36 14118410
Fax: +36 14118401
E-Mail: schmalz.peter@provitalzrt.hu
URL:

4. Andere Informationen
4.5 Sonstige Angaben
VI.3) Additional information: (if applicable)
1) The documentation may be collected in person by the deadline for the tenders at the address of PROVITAL Fejlesztési Tanácsadó Zrt. (1022 Budapest, Bimbó út 68.) on working days between 9.00 and 16.00 and, on the day of deadline for the submission of tenders between 9.00 and 10.00.
If a request is submitted for sending the documentation it will be sent, pursuant to Article 50(3) of the PPA, to the address stated in the request sent to the fax number 06 1 411-8401 or via e-mail to schmalz.peter@provitalzrt.hu.
2) The collection of the documentation pursuant to Article 49(6) of the PPA is a precondition of participating in the procedure. The price of the tender documentation is required to pay by only organisation (winner in the process) pursuant to 124 (4) of the PPA to signing the contract. The winning Tenderer have to send the document certifying the transfer of the price of the tender documentation until the date of signature of the contract to schmalz.peter@provitalzrt.hu address.
3) The Contracting Authority provides an opportunity for the supply of missing information as specified in Article 67 of the PPA.
4) If the winner of the procedure withdraws the Contracting Authority may only conclude the Contract with the entity deemed as offering the second most favourable tender, provided that the entity was named in the written summary of the evaluation of the tenders.
5) The documents cannot be transferred to a third party or may not be disclosed.
6) The tenders must be submitted in writing, in 3 original forms in sealed packaging, pursuant to Article 60(1) of the PPA, in compliance with the formal requirements of the Contracting Authority specified below.
The formal requirements of the Tender are as follows:
a) The original copy of the Tender must be bound with a string, allowing for the pages to be turned, the tied knot needs to be attached to the first or last page of the Tender with a sticker, the sticker has to be stamped or signed by the authorised signatory of the Tenderer by making sure that at least part of the stamp or the signature is on the sticker.
b) The page numbering of the Tender must begin with one and increase by page. It is sufficient to number the pages containing text, figures or images, empty pages do not need to be, but may be numbered. The title page and the back page (if any) do not need to be, but may be numbered. The Contracting Authority must accept also slightly different page numbering (e.g. on certain pages: /A, /B), if the place of the individual documents in the table of contents can be clearly identified and a clear reference can be made to the place of the documents. The Contracting Authority may supplement slightly inadequate numbering if it is required for orientation in the Tender or for making references to it.
c) each tender must begin with a table of contents, based on which the documents contained in the Tender can be found by the respective page number.
d) The word original must be indicated on the original copy of the Tender.
The Tenderer must present the full Tender in a write-protected format (e.g. PDF or JPG), electronically (e.g. on CD or DVD) as well.
The Bidder must enclose a specific declaration stating that the bid submitted on the media as described above is fully identical in its content with the bid submitted as the original. The words "VM-OLM - Tender", and "Not to be opened before the deadline for the submission of tenders" must be indicated on the external packaging of the file containing the Tender.
7) All documents (declarations) drawn up by the Tenderer or subcontractor or capacity (resource) providing organisation included in the Tender shall be signed at the end by the party or parties entitled at the given business association or by a person or persons authorised in writing for such purpose by the duly authorised person(s). Each page of the Tender on which a modification is made prior to the submission of the Tender shall be signed by the person or persons signing the given document.
8) The certificate of receipt of the documentation need to be attached to the Tender.
9) All the costs incurred in relation to the compilation and submission of the Tender shall be borne by the Tenderer. The Tenderer is not entitled to any separate remuneration for preparing the Tender.
10) The Tender shall contain the Tenderer's explicit statement complying with Article 60(3) of the PPA and concerning the conditions of the Contract Notice, the conclusion and performance of the Contract and the requested price. Pursuant to Article 60(5) of the PPA, the Tenderer must make a declaration in the Tender on whether it qualifies as a micro, small or medium-sized enterprise according to the Act on the Support of the Development of SMEs.
11) Pursuant to Article 40(1) of the PPA, the Tenderer must indicate in its Tender the lot(s) of the public procurement procedure for the performance of which it intends to employ a subcontractor, the subcontractors to be employed in excess of 10% of the public procurement value for those lots and a ratio as a percentage of the public procurement in the performance of which the specified subcontractors will be involved.
The Contracting Authority calls upon the Tenderers to apply Article 26 of the PPA when completing their declaration referred to above, pursuant to which if one person (organisation) will participate in the performance of the Contract - or if the division of the Contract is permitted, in the Contract for one part - in more than twenty five per cent of the contract value, the party cannot be classified as a subcontractor but must be indicated as a Joint Tenderer in the Tender and during the performance of the Contract.
The applicable declaration must be made even if it contains a negative statement.
12) Unless the law provides otherwise, the document required by the Contracting Authority in the public procurement procedure pursuant to Article 36(3) of the PPA may also be submitted in a simple copy. The Contracting Authority sets a requirement for the submission of the declaration assuming guarantee pursuant to Article 55(6)c) of the PPA in its original form or in an authenticated copy.
13) A readout form needs to be placed at the beginning of the Tender, based on the declaration template attached to the documentation, specifying all data indicated in Article 62(3) of the PPA.
14) If any certificate or declaration is submitted in a language other than Hungarian, its Hungarian translation must also be submitted with an official signature. The Contracting Authority shall deem the provided translation as responsible translation.
15) Mandatory contents of the Tender:
- the effective registered specimen signatures or specimen signatures defined in Article 9(1) of Act V of 2006 of all persons signing the tender;
- for any individual authorised to undertake a commitment (commitments) who is not included in the certificate of incorporation a written authorisation of the authorised company signatory for signing the Tender (containing the signatures of the principal and the proxy).
16) For a joint tender a syndicate agreement needs to be attached to the Tender which specifies the competences of the tenderers in relation to the public procurement procedure, distribution of tasks and appoints the tenderer representing the consortium on an exclusive basis during the procedure and is authorised to make effective legal statements on behalf of the joint tenderers. The agreement must also state that in case the joint tenderers win, each tenderer will assume joint and several liability as an unconditional guarantor for the performance of all obligations undertaken in the Contract.
17) The risk arising from any delay or the loss of the bid, missing information supplied and other documents or the related postal items shall be borne by the Tenderer. If the Contracting Authority permits the supply of missing information and other documents by post (in person), and also permits their submission by fax or via e-mail, the risk of receipt within the deadline shall be borne by the Tenderer.
The entity representing the Contracting Authority permits the submission of tenders and other documents on working days between 9.00 and 16.00 (on the date of deadline for the submission of tenders between 9.00 and 10.00).
18) With regard to Article 56(1)k)kc) of the PPA the Tenderer shall declare whether or not it is a company listed on a regulated stock exchange.
If the Tenderer is not listed in a regulated stock exchange, a declaration stating the names and permanent addresses of all its beneficial owners defined pursuant to Article 3(r) of Act CXXXVI of 2007 on the Prevention and Combating of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (hereinafter: AML) shall be submitted.
If there is no beneficial owner in the sense of Article 3(r) of the AML, the relevant certificate of the Tenderer or the applicant for participation must be submitted.
19) If the technical description contains a reference to a specific product, origin or type, it was made for the purposes of clear identification of the nature of the object and, pursuant to Section 26 (6) of Government Decree No. 310/2011 (XII.23) the Contracting Authority accepts products fully identical with that.
20) The Contracting Authority informs the tenderers that the eligibility criteria in Points III.2.2 P/1 and III.2.3. M/1-3 contain stricter requirements than those included in the list of qualified tenderers.
21) In case of evaluation criteria for selecting the most favourable tender in aggregation, the lower and upper point limits that can be awarded in terms of assessment of the content elements of the tenders according to sub-criteria: 1-10
22) Description of the method (methods) and the criteria of evaluation used for the selection of the most economically advantageous tender, based on which the Contracting Authority calculates the score within the range specified in point 21):
Concerning Sub-aspect 1 of Parts 1 and 2, a proportionment shall apply as set out in Section III.A.1. ba) of the Public Procurement Authority's Guide on the methods applicable in the course of selecting the most advantageous tender and the evaluation of tenders (PPB Issue 61, Year 2012), as follows.

The formula to be applied:
P= (The best / The assessed) x (Pmax - Pmin) + Pmin
P: the score assigned to the assessed element of the tender for the given aspect
Pmax: the upper limit of the scale of scores
Pmin: the lower limit of the scale of scores
The best: the content element of the most advantageous tender
The assessed: the content element of the tender being assessed.

Concerning Sub-aspect 2 of Parts 1 and 2, a proportionment shall apply as set out in Section III.A.1. bb) of the Guide of the Public Procurement Authority as to the methods applicable in the course of selecting the most advantageous tender and the evaluation of tenders (PPB Issue 61, Year 2012), as follows.

The formula to be applied:
P= (The assessed / The best) x (Pmax - Pmin) + Pmin
P: the score of the assessed element of the tender for the given aspect
Pmax: the upper limit of the scale of scores
Pmin: the lower limit of the scale of scores
The best: the content element of the most advantageous tender
The assessed: the content element of the tender being assessed.

The scores calculated with the methods described above are multiplied by the weights, and then are added up. The tender achieving the highest score is classified as the most economically advantageous tender.
In the calculation, the Contracting Authority rounds to two decimals according to the rules of mathematical rounding.
If there are identical scores, the tender containing the lower consideration will be accepted.
23) If a change registration process is in progress in relation to the Tenderer, the Tenderer must attach to its tender pursuant to Section 7 of Government Decree 310/2011 (XII.23) the change registration request submitted to the Court of Registration and the certificate of its receipt, provided by the Court of Registration.
24) The Tenderer must attach to its tender the product description of the offered product, from which the compliance of the product with all parameters defined in the documentation can be determined, and the declaration stating that the offered product complies with the requirements of the applicable standards, has a CE marking and an EC conformity declaration.
25) In addition to what is required in point 24, with regard to certain products defined in the documentation, the Tenderer must attach a declaration stating that the offered product complies with the requirements of the "MSZ EN" standard referred to in the documentation and that it has a certificate of type approval in Hungary.
26) With regard to the third lot of the procedure, the tenders will be evaluated according to the evaluation criteria applicable to the lowest price pursuant to Article 71(2)a) of the PPA.
27) Pursuant to Article 71(7) of the PPA, the Contracting Authority will award the highest score for a period of more than 60 days undertaken in terms of guarantee in the 2nd criterion of the first and second lots of the procedure and the offered warranty period cannot be shorter than 36 months.
28) In converting various currencies to Hungarian forint (HUF) for purposes of the bid, the bidder must use the exchange rates posted by the National Bank of Hungary for the date of performance. For bid amounts specified in currencies other than HUF, the document containing the conversion must be attached to the document in question. For official documents, certificates, declarations etc., no conversion needs to be attached except for data required for ascertaining eligibility. The exchange rate to be considered for annual turnover data is the one in effect on the last day of the subject year.
29) Contracting Authority shall make available documentation for information in English except that in the event of any discrepancy, the Hungarian version shall prevail.
30)Regarding any issue not regulated in this Contract Notice the provisions of the tender documentation and of Act CVIII of 2011 on Public Procurement (PPA) shall be applied. In case of discrepancy between the Contract Notice and the tender documentation, the provisions of the Contract Notice must be applied.
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