Medical equipment and protective clothing contracts.

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combined_id release_date tender_title tender_description buyer award_date award_title award_description award_value award_currency contract_start contract_end supplier source_url
203163906-ocds-0c46vo-0001-56a9c033-c645-49cc-bbf2-07240d58d5de-1 09/06/2020 PPE supplies to respond to COVID-19 Critical and essential PPE for Covid-19 REDCAR & CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL 01/03/2020 12:00 AM See description of related tender 223,418.00 GBP 02/03/2020 31/05/2020 AD MERCHANDISE LTD https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/56a9c033-c645-49cc-bbf2-07240d58d5de
232351979-ocds-0c46vo-0133-465155-2020-1553 02/10/2020 Supply of Personal Protective Equipment for Healthcare Workers for the Care of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) The Department of Health and Social Care (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract to Brandology Ltd for the supply of personal protective equipment (face masks) to protect health and care workers from contracting the Covid-19 disease. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE 02/10/2020 12:00 AM Supply of Personal Protective Equipment for Healthcare Workers for the Care of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) The Department of Health and Social Care (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract to Brandology Ltd for the supply of personal protective equipment (face masks) to protect health and care workers from contracting the Covid-19 disease. 69,600,000.00 GBP BRANDOLOGY LTD http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:465155-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
230570136-ocds-0c46vo-0133-452829-2020-1516 25/09/2020 Oxygen and Ventilator Workstream: Clinical Items — Sino Medical-Device Technology Co. Ltd (2) The purchase of medical equipment and medical consumables by the Department of Health and Social Care direct from suppliers as part of the response to the Covid-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE 25/09/2020 12:00 AM Oxygen and Ventilator Workstream: Clinical Items — Sino Medical-Device Technology Co. Ltd (2) The purchase of medical equipment and medical consumables by the Department of Health and Social Care direct from suppliers as part of the response to the Covid-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom. 2,395,400.00 USD SINO MEDICAL-DEVICE TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:452829-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
231329570-ocds-0c46vo-0133-455069-2020-1531 28/09/2020 Supply and Distribution of the Blood Pressure Monitors for Patients with Hypertension who are Unable to Safely Access Blood Pressure Monitoring in Person Because they are Shielding to Protect Themselve Supply and distribution of the blood pressure monitors for patients with hypertension who are unable to safely access blood pressure monitoring in person because they are shielding to protect themselves from contracting Covid-19. NHS ENGLAND 28/09/2020 12:00 AM Supply and Distribution of the Blood Pressure Monitors for Patients with Hypertension who are Unable to Safely Access Blood Pressure Monitoring in Person Because they are Shielding to Protect Themselve Supply and distribution of the blood pressure monitors for patients with hypertension who are unable to safely access blood pressure monitoring in person because they are shielding to protect themselves from contracting Covid-19. 329,112.20 GBP OMRON NORTH WEST AND SOUTHERN EUROPE http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:455069-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
230570123-ocds-0c46vo-0133-452839-2020-1511 25/09/2020 Oxygen and Ventilator Workstream: Clinical Items — Sino Medical-Device Technology Co Ltd (1) The purchase of medical equipment and medical consumables by the Department of Health and Social Care direct from suppliers as part of the response to the Covid-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE 25/09/2020 12:00 AM Oxygen and Ventilator Workstream: Clinical Items — Sino Medical-Device Technology Co Ltd (1) The purchase of medical equipment and medical consumables by the Department of Health and Social Care direct from suppliers as part of the response to the Covid-19 Pandemic in the United Kingdom. 255,000.00 USD SINO MEDICAL-DEVICE TECHNOLOGY CO LTD http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:452839-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
230570127-ocds-0c46vo-0133-452836-2020-1508 25/09/2020 Oxygen and Ventilator Workstream: Clinical Items — Beijing KellyMed Co. Ltd The purchase of medical equipment and medical consumables by the Department of Health and Social Care direct from suppliers as part of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE 25/09/2020 12:00 AM Oxygen and Ventilator Workstream: Clinical Items — Beijing KellyMed Co. Ltd The purchase of medical equipment and medical consumables by the Department of Health and Social Care direct from suppliers as part of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom. 3,201,000.00 USD BEIJING KELLYMED CO LTD http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:452836-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
232351972-ocds-0c46vo-0133-465162-2020-1566 02/10/2020 NSSCOVID-19 -223 National Covid-19-instruments and Covid-19 Test This is a directly awarded contract between the authority on behalf of NHS Scotland to meet the additional demands of the Scottish Health and Social Care sector during the current Covid-19 pandemic.This award has been approved on the basis of the protection of exclusive rights, including intellectual property rights in line with Regulation 33(1)(b) of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. THE COMMON SERVICES AGENCY (MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS NHS NATIONAL SERVICES SCOTLAND) (‘NSS’) 02/10/2020 12:00 AM NSSCOVID-19 -223 National Covid-19-instruments and Covid-19 Test This is a directly awarded contract between the authority on behalf of NHS Scotland to meet the additional demands of the Scottish Health and Social Care sector during the current Covid-19 pandemic.This award has been approved on the basis of the protection of exclusive rights, including intellectual property rights in line with Regulation 33(1)(b) of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015. 5,575,258.00 GBP LUMIRADX CARE SOLUTIONS UK LTD http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:465162-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
208929360-ocds-0c46vo-0133-312070-2020-1111 03/07/2020 Supply of Personal Protective Equipment for Healthcare Workers for the Care of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract to 3D Clean for the supply of personal protective equipment to safeguard the health and lives of the care professionals treating patients with Covid-19.Explanation1) The Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is a serious infectious respiratory disease and its consequences pose a risk to life. The Covid-19 outbreak is a Public Health Emergency of International Concerns as declared by the World Health Organisation on 30 January 2020. The WHO Director General characterised Covid-19 as a pandemic on 11 March 2020, by this stage Europe was the centre of the pandemic.2) The use of personal protective equipment (PPE) is critical in safeguarding the health and lives of the care professionals treating patients with Covid-19. Delays in procuring the PPE poses a risk to life of those on the front line and the likelihood of significantly increased death toll.3) In March the NHS experienced severe shortages of PPE, modelling based the trajectory of other European countries forecast the need for significant and extremely rapid increase in the UK PPE capacity. Similar shortfalls in PPE stocks were identified globally. There was immense demand for PPE, requiring the UK government to actively seek and create new supply chains rapidly to meet that demand. In these circumstances, a procurement following the usual timescales under the PCR 2015, including accelerated options, was impossible. PPE manufacturers and supply chains were under immediate and unprecedented global pressure to provide products. A delay in engaging with the market by running a usual procurement process ran the risk of failing to acquire the necessary stock of PPE equipment and presenting a significant risk to life.4) Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is satisfied the tests permitting use of the negotiated procedure without prior publication (Regulation 32(2)(c)) were met.A. As far as is strictly necessary:PPE was identified as strictly necessary to meet anticipated demand on the NHS during the first wave of cases in the UK.B. There are genuine reasons for extreme urgency:MFT are responding to Covid-19 immediately because of public health risks presenting a genuine emergency.C. The events that have led to the need for extreme urgency were unforeseeable:As the Commission itself confirmed: ‘The current Coronavirus crisis presents an extreme and unforeseeable urgency — precisely for such a situation our European rules enable public buyers to buy within a matter of days, even hours, if necessary.’ (Commissioner Breton, Internal Market, 1 April 2020).D. It was impossible to comply with the usual timescales in the PCR:Due to the urgency of the situation there was no time to run an accelerated procurement under the open, restricted or competitive procedures with negotiation that would allow MFT to secure delivery of products, particularly in light of the corresponding delays to timelines associated with securing supply of the PPE equipment.E. The situation is not attributable to the contracting authority:MFT has not caused or contributed to the Coronavirus crisis, which justifies the need for extreme urgency. MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST 03/07/2020 12:00 AM Supply of Personal Protective Equipment for Healthcare Workers for the Care of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (the ‘Authority’) has awarded a contract to 3D Clean for the supply of personal protective equipment to safeguard the health and lives of the care professionals treating patients with Covid-19.Explanation1) The Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is a serious infectious respiratory disease and its consequences pose a risk to life. The Covid-19 outbreak is a Public Health Emergency of International Concerns as declared by the World Health Organisation on 30 January 2020. The WHO Director General characterised Covid-19 as a pandemic on 11 March 2020, by this stage Europe was the centre of the pandemic.2) The use of personal protective equipment (PPE) is critical in safeguarding the health and lives of the care professionals treating patients with Covid-19. Delays in procuring the PPE poses a risk to life of those on the front line and the likelihood of significantly increased death toll.3) In March the NHS experienced severe shortages of PPE, modelling based the trajectory of other European countries forecast the need for significant and extremely rapid increase in the UK PPE capacity. Similar shortfalls in PPE stocks were identified globally. There was immense demand for PPE, requiring the UK government to actively seek and create new supply chains rapidly to meet that demand. In these circumstances, a procurement following the usual timescales under the PCR 2015, including accelerated options, was impossible. PPE manufacturers and supply chains were under immediate and unprecedented global pressure to provide products. A delay in engaging with the market by running a usual procurement process ran the risk of failing to acquire the necessary stock of PPE equipment and presenting a significant risk to life.4) Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is satisfied the tests permitting use of the negotiated procedure without prior publication (Regulation 32(2)(c)) were met.A. As far as is strictly necessary:PPE was identified as strictly necessary to meet anticipated demand on the NHS during the first wave of cases in the UK.B. There are genuine reasons for extreme urgency:MFT are responding to Covid-19 immediately because of public health risks presenting a genuine emergency.C. The events that have led to the need for extreme urgency were unforeseeable:As the Commission itself confirmed: ‘The current Coronavirus crisis presents an extreme and unforeseeable urgency — precisely for such a situation our European rules enable public buyers to buy within a matter of days, even hours, if necessary.’ (Commissioner Breton, Internal Market, 1 April 2020).D. It was impossible to comply with the usual timescales in the PCR:Due to the urgency of the situation there was no time to run an accelerated procurement under the open, restricted or competitive procedures with negotiation that would allow MFT to secure delivery of products, particularly in light of the corresponding delays to timelines associated with securing supply of the PPE equipment.E. The situation is not attributable to the contracting authority:MFT has not caused or contributed to the Coronavirus crisis, which justifies the need for extreme urgency. 2,475,000.00 GBP 3D CLEAN http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:312070-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
208929366-ocds-0c46vo-0133-312064-2020-1106 03/07/2020 Supply of FFP3 Respirators The supply of FFP3 respirators for NHS Wales hospital staff during the Covid-19 pandemic. NHS WALES SHARED SERVICES PARTNERSHIP 03/07/2020 12:00 AM Supply of FFP3 Respirators The supply of FFP3 respirators for NHS Wales hospital staff during the Covid-19 pandemic. 41,176.80 GBP 3M UNITED KINGDOM PLC http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:312064-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
233114380-ocds-0c46vo-0133-467842-2020-1572 05/10/2020 NSSCOVID-19 — 129 Testing Node Kit This is a directly awarded contract between the authority on behalf of NHS Scotland to meet the additional demands of the Scottish Health and Social Care sector during the current Covid-19 pandemic.This award has been approved for reasons of extreme urgency brought about by events unforeseeable by the contracting authority in line with Regulation 33(1)(c) of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015 THE COMMON SERVICES AGENCY (MORE COMMONLY KNOWN AS NHS NATIONAL SERVICES SCOTLAND) (‘NSS’) 05/10/2020 12:00 AM NSSCOVID-19 — 129 Testing Node Kit This is a directly awarded contract between the authority on behalf of NHS Scotland to meet the additional demands of the Scottish Health and Social Care sector during the current Covid-19 pandemic.This award has been approved for reasons of extreme urgency brought about by events unforeseeable by the contracting authority in line with Regulation 33(1)(c) of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015 1,269,652.00 GBP LIFE TECHNOLOGIES LTD http://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:467842-2020:TEXT:EN:HTML
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