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Inspection of Environment vessel A562 METTE ENVIRONMENT.

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published February 26, 2016
Winner
Faaborg Værft A/S
cpvs
50240000, 50241000

The task includes the implementation of the 2.5-year intermediate class inspection (Main class intermediate) according to the specification for environmental vessel METTE ENVIRONMENT. The assignment includes docking / bedding phrase and bottom surveys, outbound and internal painting, repair and maintenance work on the hull and outfitting, as well as general inspection, maintenance and repair of the vessel's mechanical and electrical systems and components.

Environment Vessel main data:

steel Ship

Overall length: 30 m.

Length between PP: 25 m.

Width: 8 m.

Draught max .: 2 m.

Displacement: 247 ton

Height from keel to antennae: 17 m.

Chemical Detectors.

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) | Published March 12, 2016
Winner
Environics Oy
cpvs
35113200

This notice concerns the establishment of a framework agreement regarding the acquisition of chemical detectors. The framework agreement will have a duration of 4 (four) years, with the possibility of renewal for a duration of 1 (one) year. DALO is procuring chemical detectors to secure that the Danish forces are able to detect Chemical War Agents (CWA) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) when they are deployed in missions. Further, the chemical detectors are used for training for such operations. The chemical detectors will function as the units' primary detector for surveying the environment for chemical threats. By rapid and reliable point detection of vaporized CWA and TIC, the chemical detectors shall provide a decision foundation for the unit's protective measures. The protective measures shall ensure:

a) That the individual protective measures against CWA and TIC can be put on in due time, so the combat force is not affected by CWA or TIC;

b) That the individual and collective protective measures against CWA and TIC are not used unnecessarily, so the combat force is not diminished;

c) That the individual and collective protective measures against CWA and TIC can be called off as quickly as possible, so the combat force is not diminished unnecessarily.

The chemical detectors will be used both as a personal detector and as a remote detector. When used as a personal detector it will be carried by a soldier in the unit for surveillance of chemical threats in the environment. When used as a remote detector it will be mounted on a land vehicle or a warship, placed in the perimeter of a temporary camp or in the projected trajectory of a known contamination for surveillance of chemical threats in the environment. When the chemical detectors are used as a remote detector, point detection will be done separate from the personnel that are monitoring the detection. Further, when used as a remote detector DALO will integrate the detector with the Danish Defence Sensor Connectivity Information Management (SCIM), in order to transfer alarms and data of the detected chemicals to the Battle Management System (BMS) and CBRN-Analysis.

Chemical Detectors.

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) | Published July 14, 2015  -  Deadline August 11, 2015
cpvs
35113200

This notice concerns the establishment of a framework agreement regarding the acquisition of chemical detectors. The framework agreement will have a duration of 4 (four) years, with the possibility of renewal for a duration of 1 (one) year. DALO is procuring chemical detectors to secure that the Danish forces are able to detect Chemical War Agents (CWA) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) when they are deployed in missions. Further, the chemical detectors are used for training for such operations. The chemical detectors will function as the units’ primary detector for surveying the environment for chemical threats. By rapid and reliable point detection of vaporized CWA and TIC, the chemical detectors shall provide a decision foundation for the unit’s protective measures. The protective measures shall ensure: a) that the individual protective measures against CWA and TIC can be put on in due time, so the combat force is not affected by CWA or TIC; b) that the individual and collective protective measures against CWA and TIC are not used unnecessarily, so the combat force is not diminished; c) that the individual and collective protective measures against CWA and TIC can be called off as quickly as possible, so the combat force is not diminished unnecessarily. The chemical detectors will be used both as a personal detector and as a remote detector. When used as a personal detector it will be carried by a soldier in the unit for surveillance of chemical threats in the environment. When used as a remote detector it will be mounted on a land vehicle or a warship, placed in the perimeter of a temporary camp or in the projected trajectory of a known contamination for surveillance of chemical threats in the environment. When the chemical detectors are used as a remote detector, point detection will be done separate from the personnel that are monitoring the detection. Further, when used as a remote detector DALO will integrate the detector with the Danish Defence Sensor Connectivity Information Management (SCIM), in order to transfer alarms and data of the detected chemicals to the Battle Management System (BMS) and CBRN-Analysis. 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/51942936.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. Cf. section II.1.5.

Framework agreement regarding combat swimmer weapon.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
cpvs
35321100

The Danish Defence has a need for a small compact and light combat swimmer weapon (CSW) which can be hidden underneath a coat or similar when low conspicuousness is needed. The CSW should be a gun in the category of a personnel defence weapon (PDW) and be able to fire with the barrel full of water, without being drained. The CSW shall have a longer firing range and a higher penetration than a 9 mm hand gun. The CSW shall have a high accuracy and enough firepower and accuracy to defeat targets up to 200 meters. Furthermore the CSW shall give the shooter the opportunity to fire semi or full automatic from the surface without draining the barrel first in a maritime environment.

Boots

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline November 9, 2016
cpvs
18815000

The tender concerns the award of the framework agreement of Military Boots. The system will be used across allthe armed services, and will be the soldier's primary work footwear, both during daily work and during extended combat operations. Without footwear that fits ergonomically, or suit the environment, the soldier can not be expected to perform optimal. Therefore this tender aims to provide each soldier with a boot that fits him/her individually and that provides the necessary protection in different environments. The tender is divided in to 3 lots.

Tenderer shall offer the mandatory boot(s) in each lot(Combat boot, Patrol boot and Desert boot & Jungle boot)

Each lot is non exclusive.

Tender is handled by Mercell Sourcing Services, use http://permalink.mercell.com/59000954.aspx

Search and rescue services in Greenland by land-based helicopters.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published January 31, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
cpvs
60443100, 60443000, 60424120

The Danish Defense Acquisition and Logistic Organization (hereinafter referred to as ‘DALO’) is tendering for a contract regarding search and rescue (SAR) services in Greenland by land-based helicopters. The Services shall consist of SAR services by land-based helicopters operating from two geographically separated SAR bases: — One in Kangerlussuaq (‘North base’); — One in Narsarsuaq or Qaqortoq (‘South base’). The Services shall include both land and maritime Search and Rescue (‘SAR’) operations. Operations are to be conducted in a hostile environment and include overwater Helicopter Hoist Operations (HHO) at distances beyond sight of land. The Services at the North base shall be at disposal 24 hours a day (7 days a week and all days of the year). The Services at the South base shall be at disposal from Monday to Saturday (6 days a week, all weeks of the year) during 0800-1600 local Westgreenlandic time.

Airborne Maritime Pollution Control.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) | Published November 15, 2014  -  Deadline December 15, 2014
cpvs
60424110, 90741100

The Danish Defence exercises the responsibilities of the government of Denmark concerning protection of the marine environment. The overall purpose is to limit and combat pollution in the Danish waters — territorial sea and the Danish economic exclusive zone (as defined in the Danish act on Protection of the Marine Environment (in Danish: Havmiljøloven) section 5) to perform airborne maritime pollution control and to enforce the Danish act on Protection of the Marine Environment (in Danish: Havmiljøloven). Further information about the characteristics of the airborne maritime pollution control can be obtained from the following sources: — The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea; UNCLOS; — The Bonn-Agreement; — The Helsinki Convention (HELCOM); — The DENGERNETH Plan; — The SWEDENGER Plan; — The Copenhagen Agreement. In the Danish Defence Agreement 2013-2017 it is agreed that the existing ship based pollution response capacity as well as the airborne maritime pollution control shall be made subject to competition for the purpose of establishing whether outsourcing overall would be beneficial to the Danish Defence. The Danish Ministry of Defence therefore hereby puts airborne maritime pollution control out to tender. The maritime pollution control is conducted by airborne area coverage of the Danish waters and this is supplemented by satellite based surveillance by European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The provider of airborne maritime pollution control shall overfly areas within the Danish waters — territorial sea and the Danish economic exclusive zone (as defined in the Danish act on Protection of the Marine Environment section 5) two times weekly. The flights shall take place both at day time and at night time and under all weather conditions of common occurrence in the respective areas. Time of the flight and areas to be covered will be scheduled by The Danish Defence. During the flights the Danish waters shall be monitored with the purpose of identifying prospective pollution. Monitoring shall be conducted by system operators operating and monitoring sensor equipment, which is capable of monitoring the water surface for oil spill etc. The sensor equipment must be made available by the provider. During the flights the provider shall collect evidence of any observed pollution, hereunder by photo and other documentation and by means of air-drop of oil spill sampling buoys, with the purpose of for example giving the Danish Defence information to assess the measures to be taken in combating the pollution and providing evidence for further investigation and/or preliminary charges. Specifically the provider shall provide the following for airborne maritime pollution control: — aircraft; — sensor equipment; — air crew and system operators necessary for operating aircraft and sensor equipment. The Danish Defence will provide the basic training in quantification of an identified oil spill in accordance with the Bonn Agreement Oil Appearance Code, but the provider must prior to commencement undertake extensive practical training of his air crew and system operators. The provider must ensure that the system operators are at all times duly qualified and trained to perform the task. All personnel assigned shall be able to communicate lucidly in Scandinavian (Danish, Swedish or Norwegian) and English both oral and in writing. The provider and all personnel shall prior to commencement of provision of the services be subject to security clearance. The provider shall be available for participation in multinational operations on behalf of The Danish Defence. The number of such operations is expected to be three per year and each exercise is expected to have a duration of around 10-30 effective flight hours. Participation in such operations is comparable to the flights as described above. The provider shall be available/stand by for the duration of these operations. The provider shall commence the airborne maritime pollution control no later than 2 calendar years after commencement of the contract. The duration of the contract stated in section II.2.1) and II.3) below is calculated from award of the contract with a start up period of up to 2 years, where the provider makes all preparations required for Commencement of the Service and a 5 year performance period. Additionally, there is a renewal option of 2 times 1 year. No employees from the Danish Defence shall be taken over by the provider in accordance with The Danish Transfer of Business Act (in Danish: lov om lønmodtageres retsstilling ved virksomhedsoverdragelse). Prior to publishing the tender award, the Danish Defence will conduct an analysis of the costs associated with the airborne maritime pollution control if it in the future should be under the auspices of the Danish Defence. The purpose of this analysis is to be able to determine if airborne maritime pollution control shall continue to be conducted by the Danish Defence or by an external provider. Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) reserves the right to cancel the tender Procedure if the analysis shows that it is more cost-effective not to outsource the airborne maritime pollution control. DALO is conducting this tender procedure on behalf of The Danish Ministry of Defence. A questionnaire for candidates applying for pre-qualification is available upon request from the contact point stated in I.1 above.

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to marine and other equipment

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 22, 2015  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
cpvs
50240000, 50241000

The task includes implementing 2.5-year intermediate class inspection (Main class intermediate) according to the specification for environmental vessel METTE ENVIRONMENT. The assignment includes docking / bedding phrase and bottom surveys, outbound and internal painting, repair and maintenance work on the hull and outfitting, and general inspection, maintenance and repair of the vessel's mechanical and electrical systems and components. Environment Vessel main data: Steel Ship Length overall: 30 m. Length between PP: 25 m. Width: 8 m. Draught max .: 2 m. Displacement: 247 ton height from keel to antennetop: 17 m. Boatyard period is from 02/23/2016 to the 03/10/2016.

Medical equipments, pharmaceuticals and personal care products

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse (Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization) | Published February 15, 2017
Winner
AP Services A/S
cpvs
33000000, 33172200, 33160000, 33195110, 33141119, 33141111, 39511100, 33194120

The framework agreement concerns medical equipment, primarily used in emergency treatment and care. The agreement includes equipment to perform resuscitation, surgery and field care to name some. The use of equipment may vary from in house to an outside wet and warm environment.

The agreement also includes necessary equipment to perform electro surgery and ventilation of sedated patients inside an operating theatre.

This lot concerns an automated external defibrillator (AED) and its identical training model, used in first aid Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Furthermore the lot concerns 1 training session in use of the product.

This lot concerns electrode pads for Zoll AED plus® electrode pads for Zoll AED plus® Trainer2.

This lot concerns equipment to cut into muscles, tissue and to cauterize blood vessels. Furthermore the lot concerns 1 training session in use of the product.

This lot concerns equipment to maintain a stable and adequate oxygen level in a patient's blood and tissue. Furthermore the lot concerns 1 training session in use of the product.

This lot concerns equipment with battery capability used as primary oxygen supplement to a patient in both Role1 andRole2 level. Furthermore the lot concerns 1 training session in use of the product.

This lot concerns equipment used as primary oxygen supplement to a patient in both Role1 and Role2 level. Furthermore the lot concerns 1 training session in use of the product.

This lot concerns equipment to perform manually bleeding control for example in case of traumatic amputation of limbs.

This lot concerns occlusive and ventilation chest dressing used for the initial treatment of penetrating trauma (pneaumothorax) to the chest.

This lot concerns casualty blanket to prevent or encounter hypothermia in injured or sick patients.

This lot concerns cannulas for humerus and tibia to perform intraosseous infusion therapy.

This lot concerns cannulas for sternum to perform intraosseous infusion therapy.

Clothing, footwear, luggage articles and accessories

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organizations | Published October 31, 2017
Winner
Mammut Work Wear A/S
cpvs
18000000

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) is putting the acquisition of shirts for the Danish Defence up for tender. The shirts are intended to drape the soldiers of the Danish Defence in civil surroundings e.g. at the office or during official appearances.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) is putting the acquisition of shirts for the Danish Defence up for tender. The shirts are intended to drape the soldiers of the Danish Defence in civil surroundings e.g. at the office or during official appearances.

The acquisition of shirts consist of 12 different shirts which include standard commercial size assortment as well as tailor made shirts, for both men and women.

— The primary shirts (MTS shirt) are used with a camouflaged military uniform. The fabric's construction is plain woven in a polyester/cotton blend. The colour of the fabric shall be TAN 499, Pantone 18-0617 TCX or equivalent. The fabric shall have a permanent finish to ensure the ‘iron free’ property. The shirt shall have a loose fit cut, convertible collar, breast pockets and epaulettes.

— The uniform shirt is part of the dress military uniform and are usually worn under a jacket, a sweater or on its own. The fabrics construction is plain woven dyed-in and the shirts are manufactured from polyester/cotton fabric in either white RAL 9003 or light blue.

— The parade shirt is part of the parade uniform. The shirt is manufactured from polyester/cotton poplin fabric.

— The gala shirt is worn under the ceremonial uniform.

In general, the transparency of the fabric should be as little as possible. This requirement will be subject for evaluation, conducted visually in daylight environment.

Delivery of High Mobile Light Armoured Back Hoe

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organizations | Published November 10, 2017  -  Deadline December 15, 2017
cpvs
43000000, 43200000, 43210000, 43251000, 50100000

Danish Defense and Logistic Organization (DALO) is putting the acquisition of approximately 5 — 10 Highly Mobile Light Armoured Back Hoe (HM LA BH), spare parts, repairs and training services up for tender. The HM LA BH will be used for road clearance and repairs of roads during mobile operations, in Denmark and in INTOPS. Furthermore, HM LA BH will used for establishment fortified positions and camps. The HM LA BH will therefore operate together with other armoured vehicles, in a mobile combat environment.

The scope of suppy includes, but not limited to the following items (in non-prioritized order):

— Delivery of HM LA BH

— Initial spare parts package

— Training of personnel

— Documentation

— Repair services

By HM LA BH, DALO understands a back hoe which is capable of, but not limited to the following items (in non-prioritized order):

— A HM LA BH which can drive with a minimum speed of 60 KM/H on tracked road.

— A HM LA BH which out of tracked road can pass a medium girder bridge (MGB).

— A HM LA BH with ballistic, fragments and mine protection level according to the relevant NATO STANAG of 2 and 2a/2b.

— Digging ability with a front shovel.

— Digging ability with a shovel on the back hoe.

— Operational radius of 600 km.

— The maximum weight approximately 18 tons with a 10 tons axle load.

— Should be able to be transported by railroad, ship, airplane and truck.

— The HM LA BH should be fitted with run-flat tires.

The HM LA BH should interface with auxillary equipment such as:

— Earth drill equipment

— Hydraulic hammer equipment.

Purchase of WGS certified SATCOM-at-the-halt (SATH) terminals.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline February 4, 2016
cpvs
32530000, 32531000, 35710000

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) intend to buy a number of new Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) certified SATCOM-at-the-halt (SATH) terminals, designed for mounting on vehicles.

The SATH terminal shall only be operational while the vehicle is stationary. After the vehicle has come to a halt, the terminal shall automatically and within minutes set up a data connection via the WGS satellite. Before the vehicle starts to move, the antenna must be folded to a stowed position. When stowed, the antenna dimensions and shape must be optimized for minimum risk of damage when the vehicle is moving.

The SATH terminal shall have a robust construction and shall be tested for the harsh environment on a military vehicle and be designed for operation in both hot and cold climate zones. The terminal will be installed on either a tracked vehicle or a vehicle with wheels. The antenna part of the terminal will be installed on top of a military vehicle while the terminal control unit will be located inside the vehicle.

Connection to the Danish Anchor station shall be established via WGS satellites, operating in the military Ka-band. The antenna aperture size should be equivalent to a circular parabolic diameter of around 1 meter.

Terminal control shall be an easy one-man operation via a Graphical User Interface (GUI). The terminal must have an integrated WGS certified modem and be able to support IP based communication technology based on the iDirect platform.

The SATH terminal shall be delivered with an initial package of spare parts sufficient to ensure availability of parts during the defect liability period and all necessary documentation to operate, maintain and repair the SATH terminal included in the delivery.

A help-desk shall be made available during the defect liability period for both operational and technical assistance.

The delivery will also include a framework agreement concerning training courses regarding the delivered systems and spare parts for a period of 7 years from commencement.

Lifting and handling equipment

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation | Published October 20, 2017
cpvs
42410000, 42417000, 42418000, 51500000, 50530000

At both Aalborg Air Base and Karup Air Base, aircraft pallets are packed prior to transportation with the Danish Armed Forces' own aircrafts, those of other nations and those chartered from civilian airlines. The Air Force was issued with an improvement notice by the Danish Working Environment Authority requiring it to eliminate the risk of items falling during the packing of aircraft pallets by means of an enclosure or other suitable arrangement. The packing of aircraft pallets in the Danish Defence shall therefore only be performed on packing lifts. In this tender, the concept of a packing lift was defined as a solution where the packing area on which the aircraft pallet is packed could be elevated above floor level and lowered below floor level without the presence of columns, lifting appliances or other crane activity above floor level. There was no specific solution associated with this concept, but it could have constituted a lifting table on a scissors lift or similar.

The public procurement that this agreement was a part of was to be procured in conjunction with another public procurement by Danish Defence Estates and Infrastructure Organisation (DDEO). The other public procurement concerns the purchase and establishment of pits for packing lifts necessary for the deliverables under this agreement.

This other procurement for pits was expected to be published after this agreement had been signed.

As this tender and the above stated expected public procurement for pits had a close connection, delivery of the products and services under this agreement was not be done before after the products under the other expected public procurement for pits mentioned have been delivered.

DDEO expected their public procurement process to be finished and the infrastructure for the packing lifts and packing table ready in ultimo 2017.

When DALO were to be ready for delivery of the products and services under this agreement, DALO would have notified the supplier thereof.

Thus, the delivery time for the products under this agreement was a maximum of 126 days from when the supplier would have been notified by DALO.

When the products under this agreement had been delivered, the supplier would have been required to install the products within two weeks after the products under this agreement would have arrived at DALOs facilities in Denmark. After the installation the supplier should have delivered training in using the packing lifts and packing table.

Additionally, the supplier was required to make a yearly maintenance service of the packing table for a period of four (4) years from signing of the agreement.

Teaching in primary schools in 2014 / S 211-374318

BALLERUP KOMMUNE | Published November 1, 2014
cpvs
80100000, 80530000, 80570000, 80521000

Teaching in primary schools The three school administrators in Ballerup, Egedal and Furesø Municipalities have a desire to promote the phage professionalism and enhancing motivation, learning opportunities and well-being of diverse students through working with digital learning materials. The goal is to enhance all children's learning and well-being by participating årgangsteam achieve didactic and digital skills in their subject area being tested and integrated into daily teaching to support a learning environment that promotes students' different learning objectives, motivation and well-being, including pupils are particularly vulnerable or particularly talented. The contract signed with a company that put out a team of mentors who provide coaching, observation and feedback on teaching. At the same time, the company has the power to support the teams in the year to control by learning and incorporating differentiation, class management, etc.. in the planning and execution of the instruction.

Boots

Forsvarsministeriets materiel- og indkøbsstyrelse | Published November 15, 2017
Winner
Precision Technic Defence
cpvs
18815000

This tender concerns the award of the framework agreement of Military Boots. The system will be used acrossall the armed services, and will be the soldier's primary work footwear, both during daily work and duringextended combat operations. Without footwear that fits ergonomically, or suit the environment, the soldier can

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not be expected to perform optimal. Therefore this tender aims to provide each soldier with a boot that fits him/her individually and that provides the necessary protection in different environments. For this tender DALOwishes to divide the framework agreement into 3 lots:

Lot no.1 Combat boot with five assortment categories — will be awarded to 3 suppliers;

Lot, no.2 Patrol boot with four assortment categories — will be awarded to 3 suppliers;

Lot, no.3 Desert boot and Jungle boot with no assortment — will be awarded to 1 supplier.

Tenderer shall offer the mandatory.

This lot concerns a obligatory Combat boot to be used in mudd, grass, asphalt and paving. Key words for theCombat boot are ankle support, water resistance and insulation.

This Lot contains an optional assortment with five (5) assortment categories listed below:

1- Fast rope boot;

2- Water shoe;

3- Climing boot;

4- Diving boot;

5- Over the beach boot (OTB).

The tenderer can offer up to five (5) boots in each assortment category. The tenderer will only recieve pointsfor maximum three (3) boots in the assortment category. The tenderer can achieve maximum points by offering15 boots in total. DALO will count the offered boots in each assortment category, but maximum three (3) bootsfulfilling all requirements set out in Requirement specification. Future details on this subject are included in thetender material.

Agreement is entered into by DALO. However, all divisions of the Danish Ministry of Defence, includingall divisions of.

This lot concerns delivering of Patrol boots. This type of boot is to be used in grass, asphalt and paving. Keywords for Patrol boot are ankle support, low weight and breathability.

This Lot contains an optimal assortment with nine (4) assortment categories listed below:

1- Tactical running shoe;

2- Patrol bootie;

3- Desert bootie;

4- Tactical sandal.

The tenderer can offer up to five (5) boots in each assortment category. The tenderer will only recieve pointsfor maximum 3 boots in the assortment category. Tenderer can achieve maximum points by offering 12 bootsin total. DALO will count the offered boots in each assortment category, but maximum three (3) boots fulfillingall requirements set out in Requirement specification. Future details on this subject are included in the tendermaterial.

Agreement is entered into by DALO. However, all divisions of the Danish Ministry of Defence, includingall divisions of the Danish Defence subject to the command of the Chief of Defence is entitled to use the Agreement.

This lot concerns purchasing Desert boot and Jungle boot.

— Desert boot: Primary terrain of this type of boot is sand, coast and dust covered chippings. Key words for the Desert boot are breathability and excess of heat.

— Jungle boot: Primary terrain of this type of boot is mudd, water and jungle. Requirements in focus for Jungleboot are dreaining of water, dry time and slip resistance on wet logs.

This lot will be awarded to one (1) supplier. There is no assortment in this lot.

Agreement is entered into by DALO. However, all divisions of the Danish Ministry of Defence, includingall divisions of the Danish Defence subject to the command of the Chief of Defence is entitled to use the Agreement.

Water transport services

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published October 25, 2017
Winner
Rederiet Gerda IV I/S
cpvs
60600000, 60610000, 60650000

The agreement concerns the transportation of personnel and goods (including freshwater and environmental diesel) to and from Drogden Kystudkig Station and Nordre Røse lighthouse.

The military must maintain and secure supplies to and from respectively. Drogden Kystudkig Station and Nordre Røse Lighthouse, as well as ensure that Drogden Kystudkig Station is manned around the clock. A framework agreement must therefore be drawn up for the carriage of personnel and goods to Drogden Kystudkig station and Nordre Røse Lighthouse, located in Øresund. The framework agreement replaces existing framework agreement expiring mid 2017.

The supplier must sail crew and supplies to respectively. Drogden Kystudkig Station and Nordre Røse fyr. There must be a permanent shift of the crew at Drogden Kystudkigstasjon every Wednesday, unless the weather prevents this. The supplier must be able to sail every seven days of the week. The supplier must be able to store supplies at the port of departure. Fresh water and environment diesel must be delivered to Drogden Kystudkigstation.

Armoured Patrol Vehicles (APV).

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 10, 2015
cpvs
35410000, 35412000, 35412400, 35412500, 35420000, 44510000, 50630000, 73423000, 73433000, 79131000, 80630000

This contract notice concerns DALO's award of framework agreements for the procurement of an 4 x 4 armoured patrol vehicle (APV) system (consisting of different configurations of the APV), initial spare parts and documentation as well as sustainment services, training and additional spare parts for the APVs procured. Procurement will be based on 2 agreements/contracts. Thus, DALO will award 1) a framework agreement concerning the acquisition of the APVs, initial spare parts and documentation (the ‘Acquisition Contract’) and 2) a framework agreement concerning certain services and additional spare parts related to the APVs (the ‘Sustainment Contract’). The Acquisition Contract and Sustainment Contract are to be seen as a whole and will be awarded to the same supplier. The supplier shall offer the APV in the following configurations (text in brackets are functional descriptions): — Patrol (Command and control (2C), Liaison, Troop Transport. 4-5 persons). — Electronic warfare (Collect military intelligence from enemy communication systems through monitoring and processing their networks in order to support the Danish Contingent (DANCON) and external partners. 4-5 persons). — Support (Line Logistic Equipment transport. 2-3 persons). — RECCE open (The vehicle will primarily act in the role of a scout vehicle, covering Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons. Armaments, as in weapons, are expected to be the same as on the Patrol configuration, e.g. heavy machine gun on top). — RECCE closed (Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons). The APVs in configuration patrol, electronic warfare, RECCE closed and support shall have Level 4a/4b mine protection, and Level 3 Ballistic protection when mission ready according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vol. 1 edition 2 or later edition. The RECCE open configuration shall have minimum Level 2a/2b mine protection, and Level 2 Ballistic protection when mission ready, according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vil. 1 edition 2 or later edition. Meaning that the chassis (underbody) shall be designed with and provide the same protection as the RECCE closed configuration. Covered areas including ballistic windows (windshield) and the side of the vehicle shall provide the same protection as corresponding areas on the RECCE closed configuration. Please note that certificates issued by a third party institute documenting the protection level required for the Patrol configuration, shall be presented to DALO no later than at the deadline for submission of Best And Final Offers (which is currently scheduled for January 2017). With regards to the other configurations such certificates shall be presented to DALO at the time of delivery, which — if these configurations are purchased — will be September 2018 at the earliest. The certification must be approved by a National Authority. The National Authority shall be a government appointed expert from a NATO or PFP country. DALO is willing to act as a National Authority to facilitate evaluation of the certification. If certification has not already taken place, and, if DALO will not be acting as the National Authority, DALO would like to be present during the certification process as an observer. Please also note that it will be viewed positively in the evaluation of offers, if the APV has been subject to an overmatch test. The APVs (all configurations) shall be certified for transport by C-130J, at the time of delivery. For one APV to be certified for transport by C-130J it shall not weigh more than 5896 kg. on each Axel and be located between loadstation 537-882 in the airplane. The main engine shall as minimum fulfil EURO III emissions norm. The APVs shall be fully operable in climate zones Intermediate (A3), Mild cold (C0), Intermediate cold (C1) according to AECTP-230. Furthermore, the APVs shall comply with requirements related to occupational safety and environmental aspects. Prior to delivery of APVs, the supplier shall install a variety of equipment that is furnished by DALO. This equipment could, for instance, include remote controlled weapon stations, battle management systems, radio equipment, etc. The type of equipment will depend on the configuration in question. The APVs will function in a full-spectrum operational environment from war to humanitarian missions with multiple and diverse threats presenting themselves. This demands that the APVs are flexible, highly mobile and agile in the terrain. Also — since the APV is expected to be in use for at least 15 years — development potential in terms of payload (minimum 200 kg + mission configuration), power supply and integration of future technologies are considered essential. As stated in section II.1.4) above, DALO expects to make an initial purchase of up to 36 APVs with expected delivery in 2018 as a supplement of the existing fleet for the Danish Army. The initial purchase is expected to be of APVs in the PATROL configuration, but DALO may decide that some of the APVs shall be in another configuration. During the lifetime of the Acquisition Contract, DALO retains the right to order additional APVs (in different configurations within the vehicle system). The supplier shall have a full system responsibility. The exact terms and conditions for the supplier's system responsibility will be described in detail in the contracts. 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/53567402.aspx Then choose the relevant tender.

Armoured Patrol Vehicles (APV).

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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35410000, 35412000, 35412400, 35412500, 35420000, 44510000, 50630000, 73423000, 73433000, 79131000, 80630000

Armoured patrol vehicle (APV) system: This contract notice concerns DALO's award of framework agreements for the procurement of an 4 x 4 Armoured Patrol Vehicle (APV) system. The APV system shall consist of different configurations of the APV that are based on the same basic vehicle platform. The APVs will function in a full-spectrum operational environment from war to humanitarian missions with multiple and diverse threats presenting themselves. This demands that the APVs are flexible, highly mobile and agile in the terrain. In addition to the APVs, the framework agreements will cover initial spare parts and documentation as well as sustainment services, training and additional spare parts for the APVs procured. Configurations: The supplier shall offer the APV system in the following configurations (text in brackets are functional descriptions): — ‘Patrol’ (Command and Control (2C), Liaison, Patrol Employment. 4-5 persons); — ‘Electronic Warfare’ (collect military intelligence from enemy communication systems through monitoring and processing their networks in order to support the Danish Contingent (DANCON) and external partners. 4-5 persons); — ‘Support’ (Line Logistic Equipment transport. 2-3 persons); — ‘RECCE Open’ (the vehicle will primarily act in the role of a scout vehicle, covering Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons. Armaments, as in weapons, are expected to be the same as on the PATROL configuration, e.g. heavy machine gun on top); — ‘RECCE Closed’ (Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons). Protection. The APVs in the configurations Patrol, Electronic Warfare, RECCE Closed and Support shall have Level 4a/4b mine protection according to STANAG 4569, AEP 55 vol. 2 edition 2 (or any later edition) when mission ready, and Level 3 Ballistic protection according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vol. 1 edition 2 (or any later edition) when mission ready. The RECCE Open configuration shall have minimum Level 2a/2b mine protection according to STANAG 4569, AEP 55 vol. 2 edition 2 (or any later edition) when mission ready, and Level 2 Ballistic protection according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vol. 1 edition 2 (or any later edition), meaning that the chassis (underbody) shall be designed like and provide the same protection as the RECCE Closed configuration. Covered areas including ballistic windows (windshield) and the side of the vehicle shall provide the same protection as corresponding areas on the RECCE Closed configuration. Please note that certificates issued by a third party institute documenting the protection level required for the Patrol configuration shall be presented to DALO no later than at the deadline for submission of Best And Final Offers (which is currently scheduled for March 2017). With regards to the other configurations such certificates shall be presented to DALO at the time of delivery, which — if these configurations are purchased — will be November 2018 at the earliest. The certification must be approved by a National Authority. The National Authority shall be a government appointed expert from a NATO or PFP country. DALO is willing to act as a National Authority to facilitate evaluation of the certification. If certification has not already taken place, and, if DALO will not be acting as the National Authority, DALO would like to be present during the certification process as an observer. Please also note that it will be viewed positively in the evaluation of offers, if the APV has been subject to an overmatch test. Tactical transportation by air: The APVs (all configurations) shall be certifiable for transport by C-130J. For an APV to be certified for transport by C-130J it shall not weigh more than 5 896 kg on each axel and be located between load station 537-882 in the airplane. Furthermore the size of the APV shall not exceed the following dimensions: overall length: 8 630 mm, overall height: 2 667 mm, overall width: 2 921 mm. Engine: The main engine shall as minimum fulfil EURO III emissions norm. Environmental aspects etc: The APVs shall be fully operable in climate zones intermediate (A3), mild cold (C0), intermediate cold (C1) according to AECTP-230. Furthermore, the APVs shall comply with requirements related to occupational safety and environmental aspects. Furnished equipment: Prior to delivery of APVs, the supplier shall install a variety of equipment that is furnished by DALO. This equipment could, for instance, include remote controlled weapon stations, battle management systems, radio equipment, etc. The type of equipment will depend on the configuration in question. Development potential: Also — since the APV is expected to be in use for at least 15 years — development potential in terms of payload (minimum 200 kg + mission configuration), power supply and integration of future technologies are considered essential. Contract structure: Procurement will be based on two agreements/contracts. Thus, DALO will award 1) a framework agreement concerning the acquisition of the APVs, initial spare parts and documentation (the ‘Acquisition Contract’) and 2) a framework agreement concerning certain services and additional spare parts related to the APVs (the ‘Sustainment Contract’). The Acquisition Contract and Sustainment Contract are to be seen as a whole and will be awarded to the same supplier. System responsibility: The supplier shall have a full system responsibility. The exact terms and conditions for the supplier's system responsibility will be described in detail in the contracts. Procurement schedule: As stated in section II.1.4) above, DALO expects to make an initial purchase of up to 36 APVs with expected delivery in 2018 as a supplement of the existing fleet for the Danish Army. The initial purchase is expected to be of APVs in the PATROL configuration, but DALO may decide that some of the APVs shall be in another configuration. During the duration of the Acquisition Contract, DALO retains the right to order additional APVs (in different configurations within the APV system). 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/54740113.aspx Then choose the relevant tender.

Assembly and supply of cable and electrical assemblies for the Danish armed forces.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published May 16, 2015
Winner
Phoenix
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32572000, 32572100, 32572200, 32572300, 32561000, 32562000, 31213100

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation (DALO) seek to establish a Framework Agreement for the assembly and supply of large volumes of bespoke cable and electrical assemblies for electronic systems in harsh military environments. DALO is planning a purchase of an estimated 10 000 cable assemblies over a period of 24 months. The purchase is for use in the first phase of a large scale vehicle upgrade program for the Danish Army. Timely delivery of batches to the vehicle upgrade programme is considered critical for the success of the programme. Cable assemblies will include single and multi-core screened cables, shielded low voltage power cables, and fibre-optic cables. Electrical assemblies will include signal and power distribution equipment, such as distribution boxes, patch boxes, breakout boxes etc. All assemblies must be shielded to military specifications, and acceptable for use in harsh military environments. The cables and electrical assemblies shall either be built to pre-defined specifications or specifications shall be developed and validated through prototyping and formal testing procedures. Only components acceptable for use in harsh military environments shall be used, and off-the-shelf components shall be used if at all possible. Assembly shall include formal quality assurance and testing processes to ensure the quality of all manufactured items.

Dog kennel services

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published July 16, 2016
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A military attack dog shall be able to perform in high intense and often hostile environments. The deployment forward to the object could be done by e.g. helicopter, parachute, fast-roping, vehicles or RHIB and the dog needs to be calm even being exposed to loud noises.