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The winner of the auction will not only supply the medical equipment but also maintain it for 10 years.
Moscow has chosen the supplier of medical x-ray equipment for the study of the blood vessels, which will also meet its performance during the life cycle.
The “contract life cycle allows ensuring maintenance of medical equipment throughout its lifetime. In this case, the winner of the tender for the supply of equipment in two lots will provide healthcare organizations the equipment for angiography — a modern method of examination of the blood vessels. In addition, it is necessary to ensure equipment operability within 10 years”, — said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for economic policy and property and land relations
According to the Deputy mayor, due to the high requirements in such auctions involve only large companies. This time, for the right of conclusion of the contract fought three participants.
“For the first lot, involving the delivery of 13 units of equipment, the price reduction in the competition reached 41 percent. The final price of the contract amounted to little more than one billion rubles. The second lot has a requirement for the supply of three units of production, and participants reduced the initial price by 30 percent,” he said.
The mechanism of long-term contracts to achieve the best ratio of price and quality of the equipment and its maintenance, and the projected spread the cost of the customer.
“The winner, in turn, can count on long-term cooperation with the city. The format of the lifecycle is common in many European cities and in Russia, is gaining popularity. Moscow’s experience in this unique mechanism of long-term contracts used in road construction, in a few cases has already been used for service and equipment,” said Gennady Degtev
Another auction, which will determine the supplier of medical equipment, will be held on December 23.
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