The Contracting Authority hereby invites tenderers to a competition for entering into framework agreement regarding the purchase of work-wear, footwear, bedding, towels and clothes to enterprises in the section for health and welfare, the section for education and development and the department for cleaning in the section for technical operations.
The procurement is divided into 2 groups, and each group shall be evaluated individually. The tenderer can submit tender offers on 1 or both groups. The tender offers cannot be conditional on awarding in both groups.
Product Group 1 — Work-wear and footwear (tabs 1 and 2 in Appendix 3, price form).
Product Group 2 — Work-wear for health and culinary clothing, as well as bedding, towels and cloths (tabs 3, 4 and 5 in Appendix 3, price form).
The Contracting Authority will enter into contract with 1 main service provider in each product group.
Tromsø kommune wants tender offers on laundry services for the municipality's care units, nursing homes, residential collectives and the like. The agreement has a 2-year duration with the option to extend for a further 2-years, 1 year at a time.
The agreement concerns delivery of washing services, and shall secure such services of the correct quality, price and delivery time for the municipality during the agreement period.
The annual consumption has previously been around 4 000 000 NOK excluding VAT, but will increase as a result of new institutions (Helsehuset and Otium), and the home service also wants to utilise the scheme.
The agreement will principally concern the municipality's institutions within health and care services, but can also be used by all of the municipality's entities/service locations as needed.
Tromsø kommune shall hire linens, including doonas and pillows.
The tender contest includes:
— Washing, finishing and transport of textiles to the municipality's entities, as well as the return of used linens to be washed.
— Clothing automats for personal clothing (Supply automat and return unit). Initially, this was approved for installation in Otium and Helsehuset, but also other units have signalled that they wish to implement this.
— PDA warehouse management of department textiles with associated service from the laundry.
1.0 Department clothing:
1.1 Department clothing with sleeves,
1.2 Warm jackets,
1.3 Department clothing without sleeves,
1.4 Pure air suits;
2. Eye and face protection;
3.0 Gauze masks:
3.1.1 Surgical gauze masks classification 2 with and without visors,
3.1.2 Surgical gauze masks classification 2 with extra mouth adjustment,
3.2 Surgical gauze masks, with an without visors;
4. Operation helmets and caps;
5. Head bands;
6. Disposable blankets;
7. Surgical marking pens;
8. Washing sets for EDA and spinal, Haukeland;
9. Lifting sheets;
10. Cannula containers/knife holders;
11. Bandages for Ischemia.
Disposable department clothing for hospital, 2-part with sleeves, legs and waist.
Disposable heating jacket in various sizes, short and long arms for use in hospitals.
Disposable department clothing for use in hospitals — without sleeves.
Disposable pure air suits for operations/surgery.
Disposable and multiple use glasses and visors for use during surgery.
3.1.1. Gauze masks, standard.
3.1.2. Gauze masks anti-fogging for wearers of glasses.
3.1.3. Gauze masks for specifically sensitive.
3.1.4. Gauze masks, standard, extra broad for beard etc.
3.1.5. Gauze masks with visor.
184.108.40.206 Surgical gauze masks classification 2 with mouth adjustment/shape.
220.127.116.11 Gauze masks for specifically sensitive, with adjustment/shape for mouth, classification 2.
3.2.1 Gauze mask visor.
3.2.2 Gauze mask visor, anti-fogging.
3.2.3 Gauze masks visor, anti-reflective.
3.2.4 Gauze masks visor, anti-reflective and anti-fogging.
3.2.5 Gauze mask, splash proof.
3.2.6 Offer for especially sensitive classification 2R.
4.1. Cap/hat without elastic (used for patients).
4.2. Cap/hat Round equivalent, 52 cm or equivalent.
4.3. Cap/hat Round equivalent, 55 cm or equivalent.
4.4. Cap/hat equivalent with sweatband. Elastic in the neck, reinforced. Or equivalent.
4.5. Helmet with throat fastening.
4.6. Cap/hat, with elastic in the neck (side cap), or equivalent.
4.7. Helmet/hat with sweatband with regulation on top of the hood, elastic under chin and covers the throat.
4.8. Helmet/hat with sweatband, with regulation on top of the hat, elastic under chin. Covers the throat, chest and out on the shoulders.
Headband/sweatband for use during operations/surgeries.
Disposable mat for patients for use during/after operations and for moving of patients.
Surgical marking pens.
Setts for insertion of EDA and spinal.
9.1 Watertight, unsterilised table sheet,100*240 cm.
9.2 Lifting sheet, water tight with absorption equivalent 100*240 cm.
9.3 Lifting sheet, water tight with absorption equivalent 78*140 cm (flat sheet).
9.5 Watertight table arm sheet.
Boxes for storing sharp items related to operations/surgical intervention. Safety against stabbing injuries.
Bandages for Ischemia for use during surgical intervention/orthopaedics.
Procurement of sports equipment, primarily for use in nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools and sixth form colleges. In addition, service controls shall be procured for gym halls, sports halls and swimming pools.
The following product groups shall be included in the contract, but the contract is not only limited to these:
— -Activity sets
— -Badminton and tennis equipment
— -Balls (various)
— -Basketball equipment
— -Table tennis
— -Leisure games
— -First aid
— -Indoor bandy and hockey (excluding ice hockey equipment for personal use)
— -Martial arts
— -Clocks and measuring equipment
— -Ribbed walls
— -Sense rooms
— -Therapy furniture
— -Accessories balls
— -Gym studios and fitness
— -Spinning bicycles
— -Training equipment
— -Gymnastics and RG
— -Volleyball equipment
The following product groups will not be included in the contract:
— -Sports clothing/textiles
— -Skates and ice hockey equipment for personal use
— -Canoes and kayaks
— -Tents and Sami tents
— -Camping stoves and primuses
— -Avalanche searchers and search probes
— -All personal equipment for outdoor life (sleeping bags, sacks, clothing etc.).
The objective of the contract is to ensure the UiO's (University of Oslo) always have available cleaned clinics clothing.
Note! Obligatory tender inspection. Participation in the tender inspection is obligatory.
The framework agreement mainly includes laundry services for the Institute for clinical odontology (IKO), with two locations. The framework agreement also includes laundry services for approx. 15 other locations at UiO, including various laboratories and the animals stable. These locations will henceforth be referred to as ‘Utestasjoner’ in the tender documentation. UiO has a long tradition and has high requirements in relation to uniforms, which shall represent UiO.
The framework agreement mainly includes:
— Laundry and finishing treatment of clothes owned by UiO.
— The procurement of clothes.
— Hire, laundry and finishing treatment of clothes owned by the Service provider.
— The hire of clothes that are stored at the Spare Clothes Storage at UiO.
— The service provider shall collect dirty clothes and deliver clean clothes to UiO's locations.
— Examples of clothes to be cleaned are:
White Clinics clothes, Green Surgical clothes, Hijabs, Beddings, Table linen, Towels, Laboratory coats, etc.