BRFK would have its service vehicles repaired

The open call for tenders was published by the Budapest Police Headquarters (BRFK). in the EU public procurement gazette.

The maintenance and repair of 187 service vehicles currently managed by the BRFK is divided into four parts, these are as follows:

– 31 service vehicles of mixed makes,

– 77 service vehicles of mixed makes,

– 39 Suzuki service vehicles,

– 40 Opel service vehicles.

The call is for 2 years.

The offer deadline is December 21. In the evaluation, price is given a weight of 90 and quality is given a weight of 10. Back in mid-September, Napi.hu reported that the Budapest Police Headquarters was unable to find a suitable bidder to service its non-Volkswagen police cars. Most other manufacturers received invalid offers, but there were cases where the winner missed the deadline.

The tender at that time included the full warranty and out-of-warranty repair and damage repair of 496 Volkswagen, Skoda, Seat, and Audi service vehicles, as well as the periodic technical inspection of the vehicles, for a total amount of HUF 236 million. The contracting authority undertakes to draw down at least 70 percent of the total amount. The contracting authority concluded this contract with Szabó Autójavító Szolgáltató és Kereskedelmi Kft. on August 25.


Source: Napi.hu by www.napi.hu.

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