Extended Title: Supply and delivery of Protective Clothing
Supply and delivery of Protective Clothing
Issuer: Witzenberg Municipality
INVITATION TO BID
YOU ARE HEREBY INVITED TO BID FOR REQUIREMENTS OF THE WITZENBERG MUNICIPALITY
BID NUMBER: 08/2/15/40
CLOSING DATE: 15 NOVEMBER 2017
CLOSING TIME: 12:00
DESCRIPTION: SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
The successful bidder will be required to fill in and sign a written Contract Form (MBD 7).
The following conditions to bid exist: (Failure to comply may result in your bid being disqualified)
1. Bidders should ensure that bids are delivered timeously to the correct address as indicated below. If the bid is late, it will not be accepted for consideration. The bid box is generally open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Telephonic, facsimile, electronic/emailed and late bids will not be accepted.
2. All prices must include VAT.
3. Bids will be evaluated according to the 80/20 points system as stipulated in the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2017 that was promulgated by the Minister of Finance on 20 January 2017 in Government Gazette No 40553.
4. An original or copy of the bidder’s Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) certificate must be attached to this bid document in order to claim B-BBEE points. Bidders who are registered on the municipality’s accredited supplier database and submitted an original or certified copy of their B-BBEE certificate with their application form do not need to submit it with this bid document, provided that the certificate is valid at the time of bid closing. However, the onus is on the bidder to confirm this with the Supply Chain Unit.
5. Bid documents can be obtained during office hours from Monday to Thursday: 8h30 -13h00 and 13h45 - 15h30 and Fridays: 8h30 – 13h00 and 14h00 – 14h30 from the Witzenberg Municipality, Supply Chain Unit, Drommedaris Street, Ceres at a cost of R 100.00 per set. The amount is payable at the Municipal Head Office, 50 Voortrekker Street, Ceres or via EFT.
6. The bids will be opened in the Council Chambers, Municipal Offices, 50 Voortrekker Street, Ceres in public immediately after the closing time at 12:00.
7. The bid must be properly received in a sealed envelope which must clearly indicate the description of the bid, the bid number and the name and postal address of the bidder on the outside of the sealed envelope. Unmarked bids will not be taken into consideration and will be returned.
8. The lowest or any bid shall not necessarily be accepted and the Municipality reserves the right to accept any part of the bid.
9. An original and valid tax clearance certificate must be attached to this bid document. Bidders must indicate their pin as provided by SARS to confirm validity of their Tax Clearance Certificate. Failure to provide Tax Clearance Pin may result in your bid being disqualified. Bidders who are registered on the municipality’s accredited supplier database and submitted an original and valid tax clearance certificate with their application form do not need to submit it again with this bid, provided that the original tax clearance certificate will be valid at the time of bid closing. However, the onus is on the bidder to confirm this with the Supply Chain Unit.
10. Do not dismember this Bid Document (do not take it apart or put documents between its pages).
11. All other documents of the submission must be attached behind this bid document.
12. The bidder must complete the checklist at the back of this bid document.
13. Please note that any suspicious collusive bidding behaviour and restrictive practices by bidders will be reported to the Competition Commission for investigation and possible imposition of administrative penalties.
14. Local production and content is applicable to this bid. Bidders must use the exchange rate published by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) at 12:00 on 21 October 2017. The guidance document for the calculation of local content is included in the bid document and is also available on the municipality’s website by following the Supply Chain Management link. If raw material or input to be used for a specific item is not available locally, bidders should obtain written authorisation from the dti should there be a need to import such raw material or input. A copy of the authorisation letter must be submitted together with this tender document at the closing date and time of bid.
NO BIDS WILL BE CONSIDERED FROM PERSONS IN THE SERVICE OF THE STATE AS DEFINED IN THE MUNICIPAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS (GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NO 27636 DATED 30 MAY 2005)
SUBMISSION DETAILS SUBMISSION OF BID DOCUMENTS:
TO BE DEPOSITED IN:
The bid box at the entrance of the Municipal Offices of
50 VOORTREKKER STREET,
CONTACT DETAILS FOR ENQUIRIES:
Ms S Mentor
Tel: (023) 312-1761: