The Dakar Main Hospital is soliciting closed bids from eligible candidates who meet the qualifications required for the supply of a single batch of UPS batteries.
The awarding of the contract will be conducted by request for information and open competition prize as defined in the Code des Marches Publics, and open to all eligible candidates.
Interested candidates can obtain information from the Direction of the Principal Hospital of Dakar, Phone: 33 839 50 50, Fax: 33 839 50 88, Website: www.hpd.sn and take note of the documents of appeal of at the following address: Dakar Main Hospital, Cell des Marchés, every working day from 8:00am to 12:00pm and from 14:00 pm to 17:30pm.
- Provide the financial statements for the last 3 financial years (2014, 2015 and 2016) certified by a chartered accountant or firm accredited by ONECCA or a similar body;
- To be a company specializing in electrical work, supply, installation and repair of inverters;
- Have an approval of the manufacturer and justify at least ten in the field;
- Have a local repair shop and authorised technical staff to provide after-sales service (workshop with mandatory test bench for calibration and repair); join the list of technicians
- Have made a contract of similar nature and size (services with proven references, installed sites, name and addresses of customers) justified by one or more attestations of services made;
- Have software SOF TUNOR to exchange with the UPS and facilitate maintenance and troubleshooting;
- Have a stock of spare parts for UPS
Interested candidates can obtain a complete tender dossier by sending a written request to the following address: Dakar Main Hospital, Cell des Marchés, against a non-refundable payment of 25,000 FCFA ($46).
Tenders must be submitted to the same address above by Tuesday 08 May 2018 at 10:30am.
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