700712372 Light Weight Capital Spares 2 (LWCAPS2)

A Contract Award Notice (Defence)

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24 Mar 2021
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Bristol, City of

Geochart for 2 buyers and 1 suppliers

2 buyers

1 supplier


Parts of military vehicles. Vehicle Support Team (VST) team, herein referred to as the Authority, has a requirement to enable procurement of a range of Capital Spares for the Foxhound fleet. There are 8 Foxhound items included within scope of the contract (listed below), defined by NSNs and Manufacturer’s Part Numbers (MPN) and supplemented with packaging and hazardous material codes. If successful in their bid, successful tenderers shall be responsible for sourcing and delivering the required quantities of items, conforming to their NATO specifications, to the Authority. The contract period will be from October 2020 until 31st March 2021. Successful Tenderers will be required to: • Ensure compliance with safety and quality standards; • Manage traceability back to source at a unit level; • Report on obsolescence to the Authority if raised during the procurement process; • Deliver to UK MOD secure facilities. Expressions of Interest to participate in this requirement are to be submitted on the DCO by completing the DPQQ. Item NSN Description Quantity 1 2530991521816 Wheel Tyre Assembly 46 2 2950410020874 Turbo Charger 5 3 5120991773642 Pod Jack 10 4 2590994890139 Idler Pivot Assy Front 5 5 2530999210168 Idler Pivot Assy Rear LH 10 6 2530992263308 Idler Pivot Assy Rear RH 5 7 4120997309814 Air conditioner Front 4 8 2540996679540 Water Heater 6

Award Detail

1 General Dynamics (South Wa)
  • Reference: 700712372
  • Num offers: 1
  • Value: £400,000
  • Contractor is unlikely to subcontract.

CPV Codes

  • 35420000 - Parts of military vehicles


  • An E-Auction will not be used.

Other Information

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