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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.

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.

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