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Adult and other education services

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 15, 2016
Winner
Mentorix
cpvs
80400000

This framework agreement will cover acquisition of Axelos courses. The courses will be used to educate project managers etc.

DALO has been working with project management and have implemented prince2 and other Axelos certified courses. The purpose is to educate project managers in:

— Prince2 (Leadership orientation, Foundation, Practitioner, and Practitioner recertification.

— Management of Risk (Foundation and Practitioner).

— Managing Succesful Programmes (Foundation and Practitioner).

— Managing of Portfolios (Foundation and Practitioner).

— Managing Benefits.

— Portfolio, Programme and Project Office.

— ITIL.

— Change Management.

The course provider must be an AXELOS or similar approved course provider of PRINCE2 and other courses specified above.

The course provider is obliged to follow and apply those of AXELOS or similar course descriptions, and training materials plus certified approving tests.

The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the address-part on your browser.

http://permalink.mercell.com/60342831.aspx, then choose the relevant tender.

Adult and other education services

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline October 11, 2016
cpvs
80400000

This framework agreement will cover acquisition of Axelos courses. The courses will be used to educate project managers etc.

Adult and other education services

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published September 7, 2016  -  Deadline October 4, 2016
cpvs

The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the address-part on your browser: http://permalink.mercell.com/60342831.aspx then choose the relevant tender.

Runway sweepers

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 7, 2016
Winner
Svenningsens Maskinforretning A/S
cpvs
34921200

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organzation (DALO) is to renew the carpark of Airfield sweepers. DALO wishes to purchase three Airfield Sweepers, including a 2-year Initial Spare Part Package for each Airfield Sweeper, education and training in regards to operation and maintenance, including an option to purchase additional two Airfield Sweepers including a 2-year Initial Spare Part Package for each Airfield Sweeper. If using the option, it shall be possible for DALO to acquire the Airfield Sweepers one by one.

The general purpose of the vehicles is to keep the Airfield paving free of foreign objects, rubber and spilling. The Secondary purpose is ordinary street sweeping.

The contract regards initially three Airfield Sweepers including initial spare part packages and training and education. Further the contract includes an option to purchase two additional airfield sweepers including initial spare part packages.

Purchase of 2 Instrument Flight Procedure Design Software Licenses Including a Maintenance and Support System.

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published August 19, 2015
Winner
IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi SpA
cpvs
72268000, 72261000, 80500000

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) has for air navigation services purposes purchased 2 new instrument flight procedures design software (IFPD) licenses. The IFPD software to be procured shall assist the Royal Danish Air Force (RDAF) procedure designers in creating, converting and maintaining instrument flight procedures. The acquisition of the 2 IFPD software licenses are supported by a 5 year maintenance and support service system with an option to prolong the maintenance and support service system for additional 5 years — 1 year at a time. Further in regards to the acquisition of the 2 IFPD software licenses, DALO has included 1 initial education/training course for 2-3 employees with an option to order 5 additional education/training courses within the entire contract period.

Framework agreement for the provision of passive RPG (rocket propelled grenade) protection systems

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) | Published January 14, 2015
Winner
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cpvs
35400000

Framework agreement covering the purchase of new passive protection system against anti-tanks rockets with chemical energy war-heads (CE) of the type RPG-7 and its variants. The Framework Agreement includes education and training in operational and technical handling of the system. It also includes all relevant technical documentation. The Framework Agreement also includes purchase of special tools and facilities (if so needed) for carrying out maintenance.

Vehicle Camera System for Drivers vision and Local situational awareness

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistic Organization | Published July 22, 2016
Winner
Selex ES Ltd
cpvs
35400000, 35420000, 35422000, 32234000, 31610000, 38651000

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization ( DALO) wishes to procure a vehicle camera system for Drivers vision and Local situational awareness. The system is primarily a drivers system, but should also be able to provide some situational awareness and assist in using tools (dozer blade, excavator etc.) on the vehicle. In order to reduce time spend on training and education, and reducing logistic footprint, there is a requirement for a system, which can be used on all types of vehicles in the Danish Defence forces and which is scalable to various vehicles, situations and requirements.

Education services for defense and security materials 2015 / S 243-441526

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
80600000, 80620000

In connection with the operation of the Armed Forces C-IED skill sets is a need for ongoing purchase of consumables (such as ammunition and liquids), new parts and spare parts (hereinafter collectively referred to as 'products') to uddannelessættene. Will be prepared and signed a seven-year framework agreement for these ongoing acquisitions.

Fejemaskiner til landingsbaner 2016/S 153-276888

Forsvarets Materieltjeneste | Published October 17, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
cpvs
34921200



The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organzation (DALO) is to renew the carpark of Airfield sweepers. DALO wishes to purchase three Airfield Sweepers, including a 2-year Initial Spare Part Package for each Airfield Sweeper, education and training in regards to operation and maintenance, including an option to purchase additional two Airfield Sweepers including a 2-year Initial Spare Part Package for each Airfield sweeper. If using the option, it shall be possible for DALO to acquire the Airfield Sweepers 1 by 1.

The general purpose of the vehicles is to keep the Airfield paving free of foreign objects, rubber and spilling. The Secondary purpose is ordinary street sweeping.

Airfield Sweepers.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logitics Organization | Published October 17, 2015  -  Deadline November 12, 2015
cpvs
34921200

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organzation (DALO) is to renew the carpark of Airfield sweepers. DALO wishes to purchase three Airfield Sweepers, including a 2-year Initial Spare Part Package for each Airfield Sweeper, training and education in regards to operation and maintenance, including an option to purchase additional two Airfield sweepers including a 2-year Initial Spare Part Package for each Airfield sweeper. The general purpose of the vehicles is to keep the Airfield paving free of foreign objects, rubber and spilling. The Secondary purpose is ordinary street sweeping. The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the address-part on your browser. http://permalink.mercell.com/52120813.aspx Then choose the relevant tender.

Framework agreement regarding GMDSS and Direction Finders.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published July 1, 2015
Winner
FURUNO Danmark A/S
cpvs
35522000, 32344210, 35112000

The Danish Defence is using several different vessels in the Coastal Rescue Service, the Maritime Home Guard, the Danish Navy, different educational institutions and the Army and Air Force. These vessels have to be equipped with GMDSS material and direction finders in order to be able to require or deliver assistance, and potentially lead operations, in an emergency situation at sea in accordance with the International Maritime Organizations (IMO) Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) regulations and the Search And Rescue (SAR) Denmark. This tender is divided into two lots. The purpose with this framework agreement is to be able to bring, and maintain, all units up to a modern standard for GMDSS material and to ensure that all vessels are equipped with the same type of material to ease maintenance and repairs. The following procurement includes GMDSS equipment for vessels within all four sea areas (A1, A2, A3 and A4) in accordance with the SOLAS regulations chapter IV regarding radio communication. This is specific mobile and portable VHF, MF/HF, Inmarsat C, Navtex, Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB), Search And Rescue Responder (SART), DSC, EGC, MSI, Radiotelex, Printers, Power Supply/Charger equipment and UHF/VHF Direction Finders. All GMDSS equipment must be able to connect in a LAN, except for Navtex, EPIRB and SART. In addition all GMDSS equipment must be Wheelmarked according to the Marine Equipment Directive (MED 96/98/EC). The tender encompasses: Lot 1: A) Mobile and portable VHF, MF/HF, Inmarsat C, Navtex, Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB), Search And Rescue Responder (SART), DSC, EKG, MSI, Radiotelex, Printers and Power Supply/Charger; B) Installation on ad hoc basis; C) A Shore Based Maintenance Agreement (SBMA) for all four sail areas (A1-A4), on which it should be possible to contact the supplier on global level; D) Education of the Danish Defense's technicians, in order to make them capable of performing installation and repair the equipment on the specific modules. Lot 2: A) UHF/VHF Direction Finders; B) Installation on ad hoc basis; C) A Shore Based Maintenance Agreement (SBMA) for all four sail areas (A1-A4), on which it should be possible to contact the supplier on global level; D) Education of the Danish Defense's technicians, in order to make them capable of performing installation and repair the equipment on the specific modules.

Tender stage — Unmanned Ground VehicleS

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published March 15, 2017
cpvs
35720000, 35120000, 35700000

This notice concerns the establishment of a framework agreement regarding the acquisition of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV). The framework agreement will have a duration of 7 years.

The UGV capacity is used by the Danish forces to obtain intelligence of enemy activities in unobserved closed areas such as urban areas, buildings, ships etc. when deployed on missions. The UGV shall be a moving platform with one or multiple sensors which shall make the operator able to indentify armed enemies, booby traps etc. in both daylight and in complete darkness. The UGV shall be controlled and operated by a HMI (Human Machine Interface). As the UGV capacity is deployed on missions, high durability is required and the UGV shall be able to withstand drops on hard surfaces such as concrete and pavement without losing functionality. In order to ensure successful operations, the UGV shall in addition be small, have a high mobility and be subject to a maximum weight of 3,5 kg as one soldier shall be able to throw it upwards, through open windows into buildings, over walls etc. The UGV shall be a MOTS (Military Off-The-Shelf) product previously delivered to a NATO country. The framework agreement also covers spare parts, education, repair and documentation. The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender (http://permalink.mercell.com/64703569.aspx )

Intraosseous cannulas for tibia and humerus incl. training cannulas.

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published June 24, 2015
Winner
Medidyne ApS
cpvs
33141320

DALO has entered into contract with Medidyne ApS concering the below described contract: Intraosseous (hereafter named IO) cannulas is used by all Danish defense operative units, national or abroad, engaged in treatment and care of traumatized and/or sick patients. This includes the national Search and Rescue preparedness. IO cannulas for training, is used in education of Junior Medics, Medics, Special Operations Forces (SOF), Doctors and Nurses, in all of Danish defense medical courses. IO cannulas are used in treatment of traumatized patients, and in treatment of life threatening medical diseases. An IO cannula is considered the last resort in creating an intravenous access when the medical person cannot achieve access by regular peripheral vein catheterization, and there's a need to administer fluids or medication. IO cannulas shall supplement regular peripheral vein catheterization. A total of 200 cannulas for children and 2000 cannulas for adults shall be delivered. Further, training cannulas for 5 000 introductions shall be delivered. If the training cannulas are not applicable to a person, the delivery shall be supplied with a total of 30 training dummies. This specification only covers cannulas for insertion in Humerus and tibia. An option to order an additional 100 % of the total order within 6 months from signing of the Agreement shall be offered.

Purchase of 2 Instrument Flight Procedure Design Software Licenses including a maintenance and support system.

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics organization (DALO) | Published February 26, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
cpvs
72268000, 72261000, 80500000

DALO is for Air Navigation Services purposes planning to procure 2 (two) new Instrument Flight Procedures Design software (IFPD) licenses. The IFPD software to be procured shall assist the Royal Danish Air Force (RDAF) procedure designers in creating, converting and maintaining instrument flight procedures. The contractor will be responsible for the installation, testing, training and setting-to-Work of the IFPD Software. The contractor must have an, by DALO, acceptable quality assurance management system. The RDAF instrument flight procedure design office is an integrated part of the military aeronautical information service function. The office is responsible for creating and maintaining instrument flight procedures to a number of civil and military aero-dromes for use by the RDAF flying units. Until 2009 all of the Danish military instrument flight pro-cedures were based upon Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS criteria). The transition of criteria from TERPS to International Civil Aviation Organizations Procedures for Air Navigation Services, Aircraft Operations (ICAO PANS OPS) with the add-on of NATO Allied Air Traffic Control Publication (AATCP-1) began in late 2009 and is currently ongoing. All the military instrument flight procedures are being converted and in some cases completely revised. In three airports — 1 of which is entirely civil — the promulgated Instrument Landing System (ILS) glide slope is 2.75° and the Required Navigational Performance (RDH) some places as low as 34 ft. It is therefore essential that the flight procedure design software is flexible enough to also cover these non-standard conditions. The RDAF flight procedure design office is also responsible for instrument flight procedures to some remote airstrips in Greenland, one of which is as far north as 81.5°N. It is therefore equally essential that the flight procedure design software is capable of working at such high latitudes. The RDAF flight procedure design office is also contributing to the development of contingency procedures (1 engine out) for the RDAF transport aircraft. The software should therefore be able to work with parameters that are outside PANS OPS criteria. The RDAF is an expeditionary air force for which reason the office could be faced with a requirement of creating or validating instrument flight procedures to in principle any place in the world. The office has already assisted a NATO partner in creating instrument flight procedures to one of its air bases. Only some countries within NATO have ratified the use of NATO AATCP-1 for which reason the requirement could be procedures based on ‘pure' PANS OPS criteria. It is therefore essential that the flight procedure design software is flexible enough to allow the user to select which criteria to apply. The IFPD software will be operated on two independent stand-alone computers. Due to the need for mobility it is the intention to install the software on laptops with only one display. When working in the office, the laptop will normally be sitting in a docking station with an extra display attached and network (internet) connection. When working ‘in the field', network may not be available. It is therefore essential that connection to a network is not required for license validation etc. The acquisition of the 2 (two) IFPD software licenses should be supported by a 5 (five) year maintenance and support service system, with an option to prolong the maintenance and support service system for additional 5 (five) years — 1 (one) year at a time. Further in regards to the acquisition of the 2 (two) IFPD software licenses, DALO wishes to include 1 (one) initial education/training course for 2-3 (two/three) employees, with an option to order 5 (five) additional education/training courses within the entire Contract period.

Acquisition and sustainment of military terrain capable trucks and commercial trucks

Danish Defence Aquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) | Published December 27, 2014  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
cpvs
35410000, 34100000, 34130000, 34140000, 50114000

The awarded contract will contain three framework agreements. The three agreements will be purchasing of (1) military terrain capable trucks, including armour protection, and commercial road trucks for general transportation of goods (acquisition), (2) a wide range of services, support and spare parts for the terrain capable trucks and commercial trucks (sustainment), and (3) a system house engineering agreement regarding engineering development and configuration management. The total quantity of purchases is not determined and may vary accordingly but a provisional estimate is that 400 — 500 military terrain capable trucks and 300 — 400 commercial trucks will be procured. The Danish Defence intends to perform service and maintenance of the trucks at Danish Defence maintenance establishments. However, the supplier shall deliver various services such as spare parts, help desk, configuration management, engineering and other related service, and be able to deliver sustainment (repair and maintenance) of the trucks (in extraordinary situations) also. The contract will be awarded to one tenderer. (1) Agreement regarding acquisition: The term ‘military terrain capable truck’ is understood as a range of trucks capable driving off road in various harsh environments and conditions. The terrain capable trucks are expected to be used in both military international operations and for training purposes in Denmark. The military terrain capable trucks must be delivered both in variants where the drivers cab is unprotected, and in variants where the drivers cab is protected up to STANAG 4569. The military terrain capable trucks will vary in terms of truck body, drivers cab and superstructure. The agreement will also cover truck bodies without mounted superstructure. The agreement shall cover the truck bodies 4 x 4, 6 x 6 and 8 x 8, unprotected driver's cabs and driver's cabs protected to various protection levels for mine protection, ballistic protection and IED according to STANAG 4569.Furthermore, the agreement will cover different superstructures, for instance hook lift, container frame, flatbed, dump, crane, winch, hydraulic tailboard, fifth wheel etc., all in various configurations. The commercial trucks are standard civilian trucks. The trucks must be able to be fitted with various superstructures and builds, for example container frame, tanker, flat bed, with sides / curtains and fifth wheel. The trucks will be used for the transport of cargo and goods. (2) Agreement regarding sustainment: The agreement will include a wide range of services', support, spare parts and training and education services for the military terrain capable trucks and commercial trucks: — Delivery of spare parts, support and test equipment. DALO does not intend to establish a significant store of spare parts, thus the Supplier must be able to deliver all relevant spare parts, support equipment and test equipment within reasonable time. — Technical Support. When needed, the Supplier must be able to provide maintenance and repair services as well as technical support in Denmark, and should be able to provide maintenance and repair services and technical support in international missions. — Training and education of user staff, repair personnel and senior staff in the use, handling and repair of the military tactical trucks. (3) Agreement regarding system house engineering: The agreement shall ensure that DALO can adapt the vehicle configuration to future operational needs. Modifications will primarily cover support to integrate Government furnished equipment (GFE), supplied by DALO, into/onto the vehicles. The agreement comprises the following services: — Engineering. The Supplier shall be able to act as technical advisor in regard to upgrades, modifications and integration of GFE supplied by DALO. — Configuration management including development history of the vehicles covering possible subjects like product history, documentation, manuals, components and vehicle configurations. — Spare parts. Supply of military spare parts. — Integration. The supplier shall be able to conduct actual installations and integrations, if requested by DALO. Guaranteed minimum purchase: DALO guarantees a minimum purchase of minimum 200 military terrain capable trucks. DALO reserves the right to increase this volume significantly during the tender procedure.

Boats

Danish Defence Acquisition and Loigistics Organization (DALO) | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 9, 2017
cpvs
34520000, 38292000

This tender procedure concerns the award of a contract regarding two (2) new fully equipped Hydrographic Survey Vessels (work boats), including initial spare part packages and training, for operation in the waters of Denmark. The acquisition shall further include storage and lifting equipment for the Hydrographic Survey Vessels. The Hydrographic Survey Vessels and equipment, shall be delivered full operative in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The operation season for the Hydrographic Survey Vessels is Marts to October.

For further information see section II.2.4.

Tender is handled by Mercell Sourcing Services, use http://permalink.mercell.com/63675295.aspx

The Hydrographic Survey Vessels are expected to operate the Danish waters and fjords. Focus in the operation will hydrographic survey be in very shallow waters, fjords etc. The operation season for the Hydrographic Survey Vessels is March to October.

Wind and weather conditions for the operation area is normally fair, but the wind can rise to up to 20 m/s with a significant wave height of up to 2 meter. Temperature in the season will normally be between 0°C to 25°C, but can occasionally be as low as minus 5°C.

When the Hydrographic Survey Vessels are not in operation, the Hydrographic Survey Vessels will mainly be stored outside in harbour or on land in cradle.

Delivery of a fully equipped Vessel is expected to consists of:

— Storage cradles,

— Lifting appliances,

— Spare Part (Initial Spare Part Package),

Education / training,

— Documents and certificates.

The delivery of the first (1'st) Hydrographic Survey Vessel shall be lo later than 1.4.2018 and the delivery of the second (2'nd) Hydrographic Survey Vessel shall be lo later than 1.6.2018.

Unmanned Ground Vehicles

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
cpvs
35720000, 35120000, 35125000, 35700000

This notice concerns the establishment of a framework agreement regarding the acquisition of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV). The framework agreement will have a duration of 7 years.

The UGV capacity is used by the Danish forces to obtain intelligence of enemy activities in unobserved closed areas such as urban areas, buildings, ships etc. when deployed on missions. The UGV shall be a moving platform with one or multiple sensors which shall make the operator able to indentify armed enemies, booby traps etc. in both daylight and in complete darkness. The UGV shall be controlled and operated by a HMI (Human Machine Interface). As the UGV capacity is deployed on missions, high durability is required and the UGV shall be able to withstand drops on hard surfaces such as concrete and pavement without losing functionality. In order to ensure successful operations, the UGV shall in addition be small, have a high mobility and be subject to a maximum weight of 3,5 kg as one soldier shall be able to throw it upwards, through open windows into buildings, over walls etc. The UGV shall be a MOTS (Military Off-The-Shelf) product previously delivered to a NATO country. The framework agreement also covers spare parts, education, repair and documentation. The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any tender documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the address-part on your browser: http://permalink.mercell.com/61502448.aspx. If you are not a licensee of Mercell Denmark A/S, fill out a registration of your company. This registration is required for your continued participation and is free of charge. After sending the registration you have free access to all tender documents. You will receive access codes to: www.mercell.dk during normal working hours.

Maintenance, repair and delivery of spare parts for Caterpillar engine models 3508 and 3512

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
cpvs
50640000, 35521100

This notice concerns the establishment of a framework agreement regarding a range of services and supply of spare parts in connection with the Caterpillar engine models 3508 and 3512 that are installed on ships in the Danish Navy. The Caterpillar engine models 3508 and 3512 are installed on the frigates and support vessels in the Danish Navy. There are 14 (fourteen) engines of the model 3508 and 6 (six) engines of the model 3512 installed on the three (3) IVER HUITFELDT-class frigates and on the two (2) ABSALON-class Support vessels in the Danish Navy. The establishment of the framework agreement concerns the following services:

— Certified maintenance and repair of the Caterpillar engines models 3508 and 3512

— Training and education in the maintenance of the engines performed by certified Caterpillar personnel

— Help desk services in connection with the maintenance of the engines performed by certified Caterpillar personnel.

Besides the above mentioned services the framework agreement also regards the supply of all spare parts that are needed for the Caterpillar engines models 3508 and 3512.

The framework agreement will have a duration of 7 (seven) years.

The services will primarily be performed in Denmark, but in case of repairs the Supplier may have to perform the service in other countries.

The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any tender documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the adress-part on your browser. http://permalink.mercell.com/60745714.aspx Then choose the relevant tender. If you are not a licensee of Mercell Denmark A/S, fill out a registration of your company. This registration is required for your continued participation and is free of charge. After sending the registration you have free access to all tender documents. You will receive access codes to www.mercell.dk during normal working hours.

Aircraft and spacecraft

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published February 15, 2017
cpvs
34700000, 34710000, 34730000, 34740000

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) plans to tender a framework agreement on maintenance- and repair services on the 33 Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines it owns.

DALO has 27 T-17 military trainer aircrafts that are powered by the Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines and owns 6 additional spare engines that are utilised when the engines in the aircrafts are under maintenance or are being repaired.

DALO would with this RFI like to receive input from the market before tendering the framework agreement on maintenance- and repair services on the 33 Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines. Please see attached RFI document.

The deadline for submitting the RFI response is 27.3.2017 at 13:00.

The RFI response can be uploaded under the ‘communication’ tab.

The T-17 is primarily used as a military trainer for pilot screening and training and is also used as support for the army and the navy in connection with their training and education. The T-17 is furthermore used as a trainer for maintaining the skills of the Danish Defence pilots.

Additionally the T-17 is used for certain surveillance tasks and other transport assignments.

It has been observed that the engines have a mean TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of only approximately 1 000 hours due to metal chips originating from the tappets appearing in the oil (TBO stated by the manufacturer is 2 000 hours or 12 years). The reason for this happening has been substantiated with the fact that the engines are only active around 100 hours a year, resulting in water moisture build-up in the engine leading to poor lubrication and corrosion of the flat tappets. A method for mitigation this problem has been suggested. As roller tappets are not sliding but rather rolling on the camshaft, updating the flat tappets to roller tappets could be a solution.

A comparison of the total costs between continuing with flat tappets and updating to roller tappets is part of the information that DALO is looking for to figure out how to structure a possible future tender as DALO plans to tender a framework agreement regarding maintenance service and repair service on the Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines.

The purpose of this request for information is to understand how the best possible tender can be arranged both for DALO and the suppliers according to the EC regulation. Scope of services:

— Maintenance Services,

— Repair services,

— Spare parts.

Repair and maintenance services of aircraft engines

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published February 18, 2017
cpvs
50211210, 34700000, 34710000, 34730000, 34740000, 35600000, 35640000, 35641000, 35641100, 42111000, 50000000, 50200000, 50210000, 50211000, 50211200, 50211211, 50211212, 50211300, 50211310

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) plans to tender a framework agreement on maintenance- and repair services on the 33 Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines it owns.

DALO has 27 T-17 military trainer aircraft that are powered by the Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines and owns 6 additional spare engines that are utilised when the engines in the aircraft are under maintenance or are being repaired.

DALO would with this RFI like to receive input from the market before tendering the framework agreement on maintenance- and repair services on the 33 Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines. Please see attached RFI document.

The deadline for submitting the RFI response is 27.3.2017 at 13:00.

The RFI response can be uploaded under the ‘communication’ tab.

The T-17 is primarily used as a military trainer for pilot screening and training and is also used as support for the army and the navy in connection with their training and education. The T-17 is furthermore used as a trainer for maintaining the skills of the Danish Defence pilots.

Additionally the T-17 is used for certain surveillance tasks and other transport assignments.

It has been observed that the engines have a mean TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of only approximately 1 000 hours due to metal chips originating from the tappets appearing in the oil (TBO stated by the manufacturer is 2 000 hours or 12 years). The reason for this happening has been substantiated with the fact that the engines are only active around 100 hours a year, resulting in water moisture build-up in the engine leading to poor lubrication and corrosion of the flat tappets. A method for mitigation this problem has been suggested. As roller tappets are not sliding but rather rolling on the camshaft, updating the flat tappets to roller tappets could be a solution.

A comparison of the total costs between continuing with flat tappets and updating to roller tappets is part of the information that DALO is looking for to figure out how to structure a possible future tender as DALO plans to tender a framework agreement regarding maintenance service and repair service on the Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engines.

The purpose of this request for information is to understand how the best possible tender can be arranged both for DALO and the suppliers according to the EC regulation. Scope of services:

— Maintenance Services;

— Repair services;

— Spare parts.