7th February 2020
Calmac Ferries Ltd (CFL) is launching a framework for the repair and maintenance of ships. The contract is valued at £92 million.
CFL is seeking to implement a maintenance and overhaul strategy for their vessels. This strategy is based on competitive longer-term maintenance and overhaul arrangements, with an increased value for money, improved reliability and availability of vessels in support of the operating timetable, increased stability for support suppliers that allows for increased investment and continuous improvement and innovative approaches to delivering an enhanced service for the ferry passengers.
The service relates to the provision of annual dry dockings, slipping and docking for routine repairs and classification and MCA survey for CFL’s fleet of Ro-Ro and passenger ferries (currently 32 vessels in scope ranging in length from approximately 20 m to 118 m). The scope of work will comprise of main and intermediate dry dockings, with additional maintenance, repairs and replacements as required including modifications, upgrades, project work, emergency dockings and potentially supply chain management.The framework is split into the following lots:
The duration of the framework is 4 years.
The deadline for the submission of tenders is 24 February.
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