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Dansk Retursystem A/S wishes to obtain input from the market prior to an invitation to tender for production equipment for a new production plant (Production path number 2)
Dansk Retursystem A/S wishes to obtain input from the market prior to an invitation to tender for production equipment for a new production plant. An indicative prior information notice to that effect has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
Facts about Dansk Retursystem A/S
- Dansk Retursystem A/S was formed in 2000 by a number of Danish breweries in cooperation with the
- groceries trade. Dansk Retursystem A/S is a privately owned, non-profit company which is owned by a
- number of Danish breweries, including, among others, Carlsberg Danmark A/S and Royal Unibrew A/S.
- DRS is subject to the supervision of the Danish Ministry of Environment and Food and Danish Environment
- Protection Agency and is tasked to operate the Danish deposit system. DRS has two main responsibilities:
- collecting one-way beverage containers for recycling
- reducing the costs incurred by shops in connection with receiving and sorting the empty bottles and cans from beverages for which deposits are payableDRS operates according to the Executive Order on Deposit and Collection etc. of Containers for Certain deposit and return system as well as DRS’s administration of the Danish deposit and return system – which rules.
- also means that DRS is under an obligation to put its work out to tender under the EU public procurement
- Beverages, which came into force on 25 November 2015. The Deposit Executive Order governs the Danish
The production equipment – in brief
DRS operates with two different production paths in which the collected beverage containers are handled at the DRS production plant. These two production paths are:
- 1. Production path for compacted beverage containers, sorting and final handling of PET and ALU
- 2. Production path for Reception, handling and counting of all materials
- DRS collects the empty beverage containers at its customers. In practice, a distinction is made between three different types of collection, namely:
- Counted beverage containers:
PET/PE and aluminium beverage containers which are compacted directly at the customers in compactors and where the beverage containers are counted at the same time by a central control unit at the customers.
PET/PE, aluminium and glass beverage containers which are non-compacted but also counted by a central control unit at the customers.
On arrival to DRS’s production plants, the compacted PET/PE and aluminium beverage containers proceed to a separate sorting process where the compacted beverage containers are sorted according to type of material, PET/PE and aluminium. The compacted PET/PE and aluminium beverage containers are mainly handled in production path number 1, but depending on the collection by ordinary trucks or special truck the reception is also handled in production path number 2 before being transported to production path number 1.
All the counted glass beverage containers are handled solely in production path number 2.
- Uncounted beverage containers:
PET/PE, aluminium and glass beverage containers which are not compacted at the customers and which are therefore collected and transported by DRS as whole containers. The beverage containers are not counted until they arrive at one of DRS’s two plants where the beverage containers are counted on a sorting line to be able to pay deposit back to our customers.
PET/PE, aluminium and glass beverage containers which are collected at DRS’s 12 deposit stations in special deposit bags. The deposit stations are placed around in Denmark. The beverage containers are not counted until they arrive at one of DRS’s two plants where the beverage containers are counted on a sorting line and deposit is paid directly to the private consumers.
On arrival to DRS’s plants, the beverage containers which have not been compacted proceed to a so-called empty process of collection material used by our customers. Hereafter these beverage containers proceed to a counting process where the beverage containers are first counted and then separated out on a sorting line. The counting process takes place in a so-called scanner house, where the beverage containers are counted and registered. The sorted PET/PE and ALU is transported to production path number 1 for further handling and pressing before being transported to reprocessors in other countries. Glass is handled solely in production path number 2.
Only the production equipment for production path number 2 for Reception handling and counting, is intended to form part of this market dialogue. Production equipment for production path number 1 for compacted beverage containers has already been held as a similar market dialogue.
Background to the market dialogue
DRS is building a new production plant for sorting and recycling PET/PE and aluminium beverage containers, and in this respect DRS envisages to invest in new production equipment and with the new equipment automate the production workflow and processes. In this connection, DRS intends to identify potential suppliers of production equipment in the market, including based on market input, to compile one or more tender dossiers that would enable a wide range of suppliers to tender for the supply of production equipment to DRS. Hence, DRS intends to carry out market research and engage in a dialogue with primarily potential future suppliers of production equipment, either in complete production equipment or suppliers of machine units.
For a pictorial understanding of DRS, as well as the practically collecting and sorting process of beverage containers please see our informative YouTube video, by following this direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jnat-T_PfgY
Purpose of the market dialogue
DRS wishes to obtain input from the market prior to the invitation to tender for production equipment in whole or as separate purchases of machine units. DRS wishes to obtain input from suppliers with experience in providing production equipment or comparable services. DRS wishes to have a dialogue with both potential suppliers of complete production equipment, and/or suppliers of the different machine units for the production equipment. By seeking input from the market, DRS hopes to gain the knowledge about products, suppliers and market which is needed to enable DRS to prepare a tender dossier, or tender dossiers, which is not only adequate to the purpose but also interesting for the suppliers to participate in.
Participants in the market dialogue
In this connection, DRS requests information from potential suppliers about, for example, reference products or input about relevant market-related matters which would be relevant for DRS to take into account in its preparation of the specification of requirements and contract.
Request for information guidelines
Please direct any request for the RFI guidelines, including questions about the RFI process, to:
Dansk Retursystem A/S
Attn.: Steen Aagaard, Purchasing Manager
Tel. +45 43 32 32 43
The guidelines provide, among other things, background information and an agenda for the questions which will be asked at the meetings.
Deadlines and date of meeting
Suppliers who wish to participate in dialogue meetings with Dansk Retursystem A/S must notify DRS thereof and send their response by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DRS is open to engaging in the market dialogue by visiting the supplier or DRS’s domicile in Denmark, if so preferred by the supplier.
The deadline for submission of notice of response is June 1 2017 at 12.00 noon.
DRS expects to be able to give notice of participation in the market dialogue on June 8 2017.
DRS plans to obtain input from the market over a period of around one month. DRS expects to devote 2-4 hours to the meeting (subject to additional time needed for reference visit(s) at the individual suppliers).
Suppliers submitting a supplier description and announcing their interest in providing input should provide DRS with the following:
- Wishes/proposals for dates and hours for participation in the market dialogue.
- Proposals for where the supplier would prefer the meeting to be held (e.g. at DRS’s domicile or at the supplier’s domicile).
DRS will get back to the supplier with proposals and a scheduled time for the meeting as soon as possible after receipt of the supplier’s RFI response/notice of response.