Purchase of an injection and pre-processing installation for the workshop Kleiweg Rotterdam.
Deal Making. Realizing placements through vocational training programs for specific target groups. It concerns the processes DAV, logistician and hot work and guard the route rigger.
Supply of gas cylinder and bulk gases to all listed elements of the Erasmus MC. Furthermore, the contract consists of personnel services at Erasmus MC Faculty building, Erasmus MC Hospital and Erasmus MC-Sophia. The cylinder gases are divided into medical and industrial gases. Medical gases are gases or gas mixtures used for medical applications. They should be considered as medicines and may for that reason be delivered according to the Medicines under the supervision of a pharmacist based on European legislation. They are divided into medical gases and medical device gases. The technical gases are defined as those gases that will not be administered to patients.
Inhibition Works are wooden structures in wet infrastructure objects (embankments, bridges and locks) whose function is to protect and enhance the safety afmeeroperaties by shipping. Due to aging, wear and damages required by collisions is regular maintenance.
Project Objective and result:
Port of Rotterdam Authority uses this maintenance agreement for the (planned) maintenance and emergency safeguard the (temporary) restore and replace if necessary wooden fenders and / or components so the safety, appearance (connotation) and usability in port to keep the desired level.
All information about formal requirements, grounds for exclusion, selection and award criteria are specified in the tender documents.
The turnover is indicative, which can be derived any rights.
The maintenance is divided into 3 lots, divided over the port and industrial complex of Rotterdam.
Revenue (including optional years) is indicative, which can be derived any rights.
In its projects, the Port Authority has an increasing need for a number of reliable partners for the supply of so-called gate technology. A Gate Operating System (CIS) is a total operational system around the permitting and control of truck movements and containers at the port. Especially in projects for truck parking lots and container terminals is increasing need for good, reliable and compatible to the Port Industrial Complex existing technology for enabling and controlling truck movements.
To this end, the Port Authority is looking for a number of (3) partners who can supply such systems and these partners will bind themselves through a long-term framework contract. Continuity and cost require a long-term relationship with the supplier. In addition, a long-term agreement parties with a good performance more certainty and incentives for development.
It is a framework agreement for 5 years with 2 x possibility of an extension of 1.5 years.