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Ørsted will prequalify geophysical companies

Ørsted will prequalify geophysical companies

20-11-2017 13:00:00


Following the launch of qualification for geophysical investigation services, Ørsted has now invited geotechnical investigators to register on the company's qualification platform so that they can become prequalified for participation in future unions.

The procedure for preparing bidder lists will be based on those who have passed the qualification procedure without further notification to the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Communities (Tenders Electronic Daily).

The qualification system for geotechnical investigation services is open to all providers of the services covered by the qualification system. Suppliers can apply for qualification, free of charge, any time.

According to Ørsted, there are especially new companies established in connection with the development, construction or operation of new wind farms. This is particularly relevant to future wind farms in Germany, Holland, Great Britain, North America (Canada and the United States), Taiwan and Denmark.

Source: Offshore Wind / Maritime Denmark


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