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London Luton Airport Operations Limited | Published January 23, 2015  -  Deadline February 2, 2015
cpvs
31720000

Electromechanical equipment

electromechanical equipment

RCUK Shared Services Centre Ltd | Published October 18, 2012
Winner
SKF Magnetic Bearings 928 - 72nd Avenue Ne T2E 8V9 Calgary Ab CANADA E-mail: Daren.P.Tremaine@skf.com Telephone: +1 2505515428 Fax: +1 4032329255
cpvs
31720000

The STFC Pulsed Neutron and Muon Source Facility, ISIS, at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory requires a supplier of reliable, Neutron Disc Chopper Drive Systems that will operate within a vacuum and accommodate the existing chopper payloads, which are designed and manufactured by STFC. These systems need to be able to synchronise to the ISIS Neuron Pulse, fitted with magnetic bearings, and have a high level of control, as described in the Tender Specification.

In-Service Support (ISS) of Ships Protection Systems

Secretary for State of Defence | Published May 6, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
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50241000, 31720000

Repair and maintenance services of ships. Electromechanical equipment. The Underwater and Electronic Warfare (UEW) section, within the Maritime Combat Systems Team, has a requirement for In-Service Support (ISS) of Ships Protection Systems fitted to in-service Royal Navy platforms and the future QEC platforms.

In-Service Support (ISS) of Ships Protection Systems

Unknown | Published May 6, 2016
cpvs
50241000, 31720000

Repair and maintenance services of ships. Electromechanical equipment. The Underwater and Electronic Warfare (UEW) section, within the Maritime Combat Systems Team, has a requirement for In-Service Support (ISS) of Ships Protection Systems fitted to in-service Royal Navy platforms and the future QEC platforms.

In-Service Support for Ships Protection Systems fitted to Royal Navy Platforms.

Unknown | Published September 8, 2017
Winner
Devonport Royal Dockyard Limited
cpvs
31720000

Repair and maintenance services of ships. Electromechanical equipment. The Underwater and Electronic Warfare (UEW) section within the Maritime Combat Systems team has a requirement for In-Service Support (ISS) for Ships Protection Systems fitted to In-Service Royal Navy Platforms and the future QEC Platforms.

IMC 184 - Kitchen Equipment, Fan Cleaning, Microwaves, Fly Killers and Dishwashers

 | Published March 31, 2016
Winner
David Rogers Electrical Contractors Limited
cpvs
39221000

This Contract will consist of the routine cleaning of kitchen extract fans and associated canopies, filters and ductwork. Also the inspection test and repair of catering electromechanical equipment i.e./ mixers, peelers, shredders, chippers, waste disposal machines, microwaves, fly killers and Dishwashers. Contractors to work as required in Council properties and those of other external clients in the provision of this service. The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years Commencing on 1st April 2016 with the option to extend for a further year.

IMC 184 — Kitchen Equipment, Fan Cleaning, Microwaves, Fly Killers and Dishwashers.

Shropshire Council | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
39221000

Kitchen equipment. The Contract will consist of the routine cleaning of kitchen extract fans and associated canopies, filters and ductwork. Also the inspection test and repair of catering electromechanical equipment, i.e. mixers, peelers, shredders, chippers, waste disposal machines, microwaves, fly killers and dishwashers. Contractors to work as required in Council properties and those of other external clients in the provision of this service.

The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years commencing on 1.4.2016 with the option to extend for a further year.

IMC 184 - Kitchen Equipment, Fan Cleaning, Microwaves, Fly Killers and Dishwashers

 | Published January 18, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
39221000

The Contract will consist of the routine cleaning of kitchen extract fans and associated canopies, filters and ductwork. Also the inspection test and repair of catering electromechanical equipment i.e./ mixers, peelers, shredders, chippers, waste disposal machines, microwaves, fly killers and Dishwashers. Contractors to work as required in Council properties and those of other external clients in the provision of this service. The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years Commencing on 1st April 2016 with the option to extend for a further year.

IMC 184 — Kitchen Equipment, Fan Cleaning, Microwaves, Fly Killers and Dishwashers.

Shropshire Council | Published January 19, 2016  -  Deadline February 14, 2016
cpvs
39221000

Kitchen equipment. The Contract will consist of the routine cleaning of kitchen extract fans and associated canopies, filters and ductwork. Also the inspection test and repair of catering electromechanical equipment, i.e. mixers, peelers, shredders, chippers, waste disposal machines, microwaves, fly killers and dishwashers. Contractors to work as required in Council properties and those of other external clients in the provision of this service.

The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years commencing on 1.4.2016 with the option to extend for a further year.

IMC 184 — Kitchen Equipment, Fan Cleaning, Microwaves, Fly Killers and Dishwashers

Shropshire Council | Published March 24, 2016
Winner
David Rogers Electrical Contractors Limited
cpvs
39221000

Kitchen equipment. This Contract will consist of the routine cleaning of kitchen extract fans and associated canopies, filters and ductwork. Also the inspection test and repair of catering electromechanical equipment i.e./ mixers, peelers, shredders, chippers, waste disposal machines, microwaves, fly killers and Dishwashers. Contractors to work as required in Council properties and those of other external clients in the provision of this service.

The contract will be for an initial period of 3 years Commencing on 1.4.2016 with the option to extend for a further year.

P0115 – Radiation Protection Advice and Services.

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 21, 2014  -  Deadline June 20, 2014
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90721600, 09343000, 33124000

The Trust requires the provision of radiation protection services and advice, radiopharmaceutical and radioisotope supplies, and a medical engineering service specific to a range of medical, mechanical electronic and electromechanical equipment which will include non-ionising imaging, on the Stepping Hill Hospital site.

P0115 – Radiation Protection Advice and Services.

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 21, 2014
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90721600, 09343000, 33124000, 90721600, 09343000, 33124000, 90721600, 09343000, 33124000, 90721600, 09343000, 33124000, 90721600, 09343000, 33124000, 90721600, 09343000, 33124000

The Trust requires the provision of radiation protection services and advice, radiopharmaceutical and radioisotope supplies, and a medical engineering service specific to a range of medical, mechanical electronic and electromechanical equipment which will include non-ionising imaging, on the Stepping Hill Hospital site.

In-Service Support for Ships Protective Systems Fitted to Royal Navy Platforms

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE | Published September 7, 2017  -  Deadline August 22, 2017
Winner
Devonport Royal Dockyard Limited
cpvs
31720000

Repair and maintenance services of ships. Electromechanical equipment. The Underwater and Electronic Warfare (UEW) section within the Maritime Combat Systems team has a requirement for In-Service Support (ISS) of Ships Protection Systems fitted to In-Service Royal Navy platforms and future QEC platforms.

Provision for Pay on Foot Car Park Solution.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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98351100

The Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is seeking a supplier to provide a solution for Pay on Foot Car Parking. The Trust wishes to award a comprehensive contract inclusive of the following elements: — Car park equipment as detailed in specification; — Maintenance and support; — Training; — Full implementation. Offers are invited on the following bases: — Capital equipment, maintenance, etc., for a 5 year contract with the option to extend for additional 12 month periods to a maximum 24 months; — Leased solution inclusive of all the above elements for a five year contract with the option to extend for additional 12 month periods to a maximum 24 months. The Car Park has 348 spaces. It is anticipated that there will be 3 500 vehicle movements a week with a peak of 100 vehicle entries (and/or exits) per hour. All equipment must be housed in a suitable weatherproof enclosure and should be manufactured from stainless steel or another suitable material, which is resistant to corrosion and affords adequate protection for the electromechanical equipment enclosed. All equipment must be rated for external operation in conditions found normally in the United Kingdom.

Provision for Pay on Foot Car Park Solution.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published October 31, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
cpvs
98351100

The Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is seeking a supplier to provide a solution for Pay on Foot Car Parking. The Trust wishes to award a comprehensive contract inclusive of the following elements: — Car park equipment as detailed in specification; — Maintenance and support; — Training; — Full implementation. Offers are invited on the following bases: — Capital equipment, maintenance, etc., for a 5 year contract with the option to extend for additional 12 month periods to a maximum 24 months; — Leased solution inclusive of all the above elements for a five year contract with the option to extend for additional 12 month periods to a maximum 24 months. The Car Park has 348 spaces. It is anticipated that there will be 3 500 vehicle movements a week with a peak of 100 vehicle entries (and/or exits) per hour. All equipment must be housed in a suitable weatherproof enclosure and should be manufactured from stainless steel or another suitable material, which is resistant to corrosion and affords adequate protection for the electromechanical equipment enclosed. All equipment must be rated for external operation in conditions found normally in the United Kingdom.

The Supply of Electronic Equipment Training Rigs.

Force Protection (FP), DE&S | Published August 3, 2013  -  Deadline August 12, 2013
cpvs
31720000

Electromechanical equipment. 1. The manufacture and supply of five training systems which will be used to train staff in the operation and maintenance of specific electronic equipment. 2. The task will be a build from print an existing design, and involves: 2.1 assembly of training rigs. 2.2 testing of the rigs (including production verification and safety). This will be carried out to the test specifications provided by the Authority; 3. The assembly will consist of the following mechanical and electrical components: 3.1 metal fabrications, including paint or other finishes as required; 3.2 machining of metal components, including paint or other finishes as required; 3.3 building of mechanical frames/housings as sub assemblies; 3.4 purchase of specified electrical components and sub assemblies to build the power distribution system; 3.5 assembly of complex cable assemblies. 4. If required, a one-page drawing of the requirement is available on receipt of email request to assist with your decision to respond. To request the drawing, please email DES FP-CommGrad2@mod.uk. 5. The final assembly will require integration of electrical and electronic equipment, which will be provided as Government Furnished Equipment. It will therefore require the contractor to have established procedures for the control of this. 6. The planned deadline for delivery is February 2014. 5. Contractors wishing to express an interest in this requirement are required to: 5.1 Submit evidence of experience in this type of work in no more than two A4 pages; 5.2 Submit evidence of successfully completed similar tasks in the past 5 years; 5.3 Submit a copy of their accredited 3rd party Quality Management System QMS; 7. Down Selection: 7.1 Those contractors who meet the minimum requirements, and satisfy the authority's requirements regarding previous work of this type, will be sent an invitation to tender. 7.2 Contractors should note that the Authority reserves the right to require those contractors who express interest in this requirement to complete a PQQ prior to inclusion in the tender. 8. Award Criteria: The most economically advantageous tender, in terms of cost, time and performance considerations.

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Royal Mail Group Limited | Published July 21, 2012
Winner
Lockheed Martin UK Ltd Building 7000 Langstone Technology Park Langstone PO9 1SW Havant UNITED KINGDOM Telephone: +44 2392443000 Internet address: www.lockheedmartin.co.uk
cpvs
30132000, 30132100, 30132300, 31720000, 42417200, 42417220, 42417310, 42418000, 42418400, 42418500, 42418900, 42418910, 42418920, 42418930, 42418940, 42419000, 42419800, 42419810, 42419900, 45259000, 50324100, 50530000, 51000000, 51100000, 51500000, 71300000, 71600000, 72200000, 72600000

:Framework. A number of non exclusive framework contract have been placed against which future requirements under packet sortation system and other materials handling systems may be awarded. Individual requirements under this framework may include some or all of the following deliverables: — Design, — Supply, — Installation, — Equipment integration, — Commissioning, — IS integration, — Testing. Packet sortation system and other material handling systems may comprise of some or all of the following combinations of equipment types and associated services: CPV codes product/service. 30132300 sorters. 42418000 lifting, handling, loading or unloading machinery. 42417220 belt-type continuous-action elevators or conveyors. 42418400 carousel storage and retrieval machines 42418500 mechanical handling equipment. 42418900 loading or handling machinery. 42418910 loading equipment. 42418920 unloading equipment. 42417200 conveyors. 42418930 side-loaders 42418940 container-handling equipment 42419000 parts of lifting and handling equipment. 42419800 parts of conveyors 42419810 parts of belt conveyors. 42419900 parts of winding gear and other lifting or handling equipment. 51000000 installation services (except software). 51100000 installation services of electrical and mechanical equipment. 51500000 installation services of machinery and equipment. 71300000 engineering services. 71600000 technical testing, analysis and consultancy services. 72200000 software programming and consultancy services 72600000 computer support and consultancy services. 42417310 conveyor belts. 45259000 repair and maintenance of plant. 50324100 system maintenance services. 50530000 repair and maintenance services of machinery 31720000 electromechanical equipment. 30132000 sorting equipment. 30132100 mail-sorting equipment. The solutions will offer the ability to apply common solutions to the requirements of individual sites. In most cases systems will be installed at sites which are live operational environments and will remain working throughout the installation period. Therefore there will be a need to apply common solutions to bespoke layouts and differing physical constraints. Specific requirement. Please note that there is a specific requirement for a packet sortation system for a value of between: 5 000 000 GBP and 50 000 000 GBP. Depending upon the solution selected by Royal Mail, there may be an initial order for the packet sortation system (the "Initial Order") followed by one or more subsequent orders for the packet sortation system provided that the key performance indicators set out in the Framework and mirrored in the call off contract(s) are met to the satisfaction of Royal Mail. The contract value for the Initial Order and any subsequent orders for the packet sortation system could be in the region of 50 000 000 GBP and so the minimum annual turnover for an applicant should be no less than 100 000 000 GBP. Packets and fulfilment are a core element of Royal Mail’s commercial strategy representing an incremental growth opportunity subject to competitive prices and service. To address processing costs it is proposed to achieve this by introducing a packet sortation system at a number of operational locations. It is anticipated that the packet sortation system will deliver some or all of the functionality as per the list below: — A space efficient and cost effective automation solution, — Automated collection of packet data; size, weight, address image, indicia image, barcodes, — Automated conveyance of packets, — Automated sorting of packets, — Automated unloading of mail out of roll cages and other stillage, — Automated loading of packets into roll cages and other stillage, — Functionality to provide control and configuration of the system and allow compliant data exchange through. Royal Mail's data network. — A means to assist in the diagnosis of operational and system failure problems.
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