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    City of CPT looks for panel of suppliers

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    There was a great turnout from MIWA members at the recent City of CPT presentation


    On 26 October, MIWA members gathered at the Oakdale Club in Bellville to hear from the City of Cape Town regarding its tender criteria for suppliers.

    The City is in the process of establishing an approved panel of suppliers conforming to specified, legal and statutory requirements to assist with the repairs and maintenance of its fleet. This consists of a diverse composition of asset classes as well as makes and models.

    During the session, which was well-attended by MIWA members, the City of Cape Town representative, Andile Magadla, outlined that a panel of suppliers needs to be established that will cover:

    1. Servicing and Repairs of Vehicles, Trucks, Personalised Transporters, Quadbikes, Motorcycles and Trailers
    2. Servicing and Repairs of Heavy Plant
    3. Servicing and Repairs of Marine Equipment, Small Plant, Bicycles and Golf Carts
    4. Servicing, General Repairs and Structural Repairs of Hydraulic Equipment and Compactor Bodies
    5. Specialized Services and Repairs – Brakes, Clutches, Engine Repairs, etc

    There are two phases in the process. Firstly, the Request of Interest (RFI) to assist with the repairs and maintenance of the City of Cape Town’s Fleet and secondly establishing the panel.

    Magadla explained that the main purpose of the RFI is to enable suppliers to obtain an understanding of requirements to become approved suppliers in future as well as identifying any areas of non-conformance.

    “The suppliers will be assisted in this gap analysis as the City of Cape Town will conduct a physical conformance audit, based on the specified requirements in the RFI document, of which the non-conformance areas, if applicable, will be communicated. This phase of the project should be viewed as a preparatory phase for the suppliers to address the non-conformance areas,” he said.

    After this, tenders calling for panels of suppliers covering the scopes of work related to services and repairs of vehicles, trucks, motorcycles, quadbikes, trailers, marine equipment, and plant will be established covering the specified requirements.
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