So there have been an offical procurement out for some time with the name
"Sweden-Gothenburg: Playground merry go rounds".
To be able to read it in full you need to have a special account on a website, which I now have.
The title of the document is the most interesting.
What's smart from Lisebergs side is that it reaches from 2020 to the end of 2029 and therefore includes more than one investment.
All of a sudden it got harder for us to get information on what they are buying.
As I read the document it means that Liseberg has a plan until 2029 to invest 50 Million Euro in Amusement Rides "COASTERS".
If that investment only is for coasters or other rides remains to be seen.
Could Luna have to do with this
"Amusement Rides "COASTERS" for Liseberg AB"
Description of the procurement:
This procurement, dynamic purchasing system, encompasses amusement rides such as ‘Coasters’ for Liseberg AB.
Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system End:
This contract is subject to renewal: no
Estimated volume The total volume throughout the DPS is estimated to 50 Million Euro.
However, this DPS is without any volume commitments for Liseberg.
1.1.1 Invitation to application
Liseberg AB, hereinafter referred to as Liseberg, is conducting a Dynamic purchasing system (DPS) regarding "COASTERS". Liseberg invites tenderers, hereinafter referred to as Tender applicant, to submit applications in accordance with this Procurement document.
1.1.2 Definitions LOU - Swedish Public procurement law
COASTERS - A Roller Coaster refers to attractions at amusement parks that employs a form of elevated railroad track designed with tight slopes, and sometimes inversions. The guest ride along the track in open cars.
Invitation to application:
The first stage in the DPS, during wich Liseberg invite suppliers to apply to participate in the DPS.
Dynamic purchasing system (DPS)
: This procurement.
The produrement documents include a main document (request documentation) and attachments.
Supplier applying for participation in the DPS.
Applications received from suppliers to participate in the DPS.
Tender applicant who are qualified in the DPS.
Procurement done within the DPS (stage 2).
Invitation to tender for the specific procurement made within the DIS during (stage 2).
Supplier who is part of the DPS and who has tendered for the specific procurement.
The contract signed with the winning bidder that is awarded the Contract in the specific procurement (stage 2).