The student transport of seven municipalities in North Limburg has been put on the market in fourteen lots. The client intends to conclude an agreement with one contractor for each plot for four to eight years.
This concerns the municipalities of Beesel, Bergen, Gennep, Horst aan de Maas, Peel en Maas, Venlo and Venray. The agreements with the current carriers expire on 31 July. The agreements with the new carriers will then take effect on August 1. In addition to executing the transport, the assignment also involves directing its implementation.
The participating municipalities indicate that they want to stimulate sustainability more. Making the vehicle fleet more sustainable is therefore also used as a contract requirement. A minimum requirement of Euro-6 applies to the vehicles for the first three years. For the fourth, fifth and sixth year, each year 25 percent more must be driven with sustainable vehicles.
31 percent price, 50 percent quality Entries will be assessed fifty percent on price and fifty percent on quality. Quality includes an implementation plan and a management plan, both of which can be used to earn 40 points. The other thirty points can be earned with a risk file.
You can register through TenderNed until April 4. The award decision will be announced in May. Initially, the new contract holders will carry out the assignment until July . After that, the municipalities have the option of extending the agreement twice for two years, up to a maximum of eight years. A potentially longer duration of four years has been chosen because of the investment in sustainable vehicles.
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