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Forestry services

Nye Veier | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017

Forest resource assessment in connection with land acquisitions/development of E39.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Oppland Fylkeskommune | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017
73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000

Oppland county would like to procure competence broker services. The competence brokers shall assist companies in Oppland and Hedmark in developing projects when it is relevant to use research to achieve innovation. The competence brokers will discuss project ideas and options with companies and can connect a company with relevant researchers. The competence brokers can also arrange meetings where companies and researchers discuss options and ideas.

Competence brokering within bio/gene technology.

Competence brokering within the nutrition industry/food and resource utilisation.

Competence brokering within forestry/wood (the entire chain).

Brokering in the field bioeconomy

Oppland Fylkeskommune | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 27, 2017

Brokering Forestry / Wood (entire chain)

Logging services

Statens vegvesen Region øst | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 30, 2017
77210000, 77211100, 77211200, 77211300, 77211400

The Norwegian Public Roads Administration is preparing for the construction of the new E16 on the stretch Eggemoen — Olum. Eggemoen is located in Ringerike kommune and Olum is located in Jevnaker kommune. This is a stretch of approx. 12.5 km. In this regard, there is a need to start clearing the construction area for further investigations and engineering design.

Primarily, this assignment involves logging and sale of the timber for the Contracting Authority, as well as the removal of logging waste and non saleable timber.

With the assistance of Areal og Eindom AS, the Contracting Authority has carried out a forest resource assessment on all forest within the construction site, before the acquisition of these areas by claiming the forest. In the assessment report, all timber more than 10 centimetres in diameter (at chest height) is recorded, and included in the quantity of operable dimensions. The remaining timber is non operable dimensions (IDD).

The assignment includes the logging and sale of all saleable timber within the construction site. The assignment also comprises clearing and removal of all other timber (IDD, branches and tops (GROT)_) and old debris) from the construction site, as well as all necessary works to transport saleable timber to the receiving site. The service provider must secure the necessary authorisations and terms for use of the local forestry road network.

The forest is dominated by high quality spruce forest, but also has some high quality pine. There is also an element of medium quality spruce, pine and leaves. No low quality areas have been recorded.

Age-wise the areas are dominated by production forest in logging classification 2, 3 and 4 with emphasis on logging classification four. There are minor portions of mature forest in logging classification five.

Please refer to the attached report from Areal og Eindom AS for the quality and age dominance.

The tender offer comprises the following approximate quantities:

— Approx. 6 500 m3 standing cubic mass, composed of approx. 77 % spruce, 18 % pine and the remainder is deciduous forest.

— Approx. 400 DAA clearing and removal of branches and tops.

Information about the causes of deforestation in Norway

Miljødirektoratet | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017

Norway reports an annual greenhouse gas emissions of just over 2 million tonnes of CO2 equivalents from deforestation to the UNFCCC. With deforestation meant permanent reassignment of forest land for purposes other than forestry. Environment Directorate wants this mission to obtain more information about deforestation in Norway, including mapping the extent of deforestation, what are the causes and drivers of deforestation, and appropriate measures to reduce deforestation.

Acquisition of a framework agreement for the purchase of uniforms and protective equipment

NIBIO, Norsk institutt for bioøkonomi | Published August 3, 2017

Norwegian Institute for bioeconomy (Nibio) was established on 1 July 2015 as a merger of Bioforsk, Norwegian Institute for Agricultural Research (NILF) and Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute. Nibio does a lot of field activities. Field activity is being conducted in connection with agriculture, forestry, the mountains and the sea. There are also a lot of activity at large construction sites, workshops and not least in laboratories. Nibio aims to enter into parallel framework agreements with up to 5 providers for care areas workwear and protective equipment. The agreement will ensure Nibio bargains, efficient processes for acquisitions and reduced costs overall.
Nibio spread inland from Landvik south of Svanvik in the north, spread across 18 locations. This means that we need suppliers who can serve us in many places that have great range and that have good logistical arrangements in place.
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