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Thames Water issues €60m proposal for industrial control systems and services

Thames Water Utilities is looking for intensity suppliers for a control and automation systems and services.

The utilities company, that claims it is a UK’s largest H2O and wastewater services provider, has released a proposal value between €25m and €60m.

The contract, that is not lonesome by a Government Procurement Agreement (GPA), is separate into dual lots; a initial is for control and automation systems.

This could embody a design, manufacture, testing, supply, smoothness and commissioning of low voltage control systems. The Online Journal of a European Union (OJEU) tender states that suppliers who can yield a control complement hardware contingency be means to offer systems formation as well, including a ability to ascent vast site SCADA systems.

The second lot is for control and automation support services and might embody a ascent and upkeep of existent systems, as good as a impasse of new build programmable proof controllers (PLC), tellurian appurtenance interface (HMI) or SCADA systems.

Tenders might be submitted for one or some-more lots. The smallest annual turnover to attend in a proposal routine for lot one is £5m per annum, and for lot dual is £500,000 per annum.

Thames Water pronounced that any agreement awarded would be for an initial generation of 3 years, with options to extend biannually adult to a limit altogether tenure of 7 years.

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