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Armored vehicles 29

A Dutch security organization has launched a Request For Information procedure (market consultation) for VR-certified vehicles. This wil enable them to start a tender procedure next year that is well founded by the gathered information. What exactly it is they are looking for will be clear then.

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Armored vehicles 28 (update 1)

Oktober 2019. After successful qualification for participation in this tender of a Dutch ministry and submitting an offer, it now is clear that the offer was the best and the tender won. This results in being able to succeed upon the recently expired umbrella agreement of 2013.

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Armored vehicles 8 (update 8)

August 2019. With a last order in production to conclude this umbrella agreement after its maximum length, a total of 43 vehicles will be delivered. The Ministry already started a new procedure to follow up on this agreement.

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Armored vehicles 26 (update 2)

July 2019. Also after a new start, it did not look like they were able to start a successful tender and hence the procedure was stopped. They are now looking for alternative ways to fulfill their needs.

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Armored vehicles 18 (update 5)

July 2019. the 10 vehicles out of the initial order are in production. An additional order for 2 off is received. Delivery of the vehicles will start this year.

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Armored vehicles 19 (update 3)

December 2018. The second vehicle is delivered and put into operation. The project is completed.

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Armored vehicles 21 (update 1)

January 2018. 2 vehicles were rented and one already returned end December 2017. After turned in, the condition of the vehicle has been examined and reported. Beginning of February the same procedure for number 2.

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Armored vehicles 22 (update 2)

December 2017. Although successfully qualified, the set of demands in the specifications for this tender made it impossible to contend. Certificates had to be supplied with the quotation where no certified vehicles are available to fit the specification. Successful limitation of competition by the tendering organisation.

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Armored vehicles 24 (update 1)

November 2017. The offered vehicles were outside of specification. On the request to quote vehicles that were inside specification the result was that that would not be economically feasible. Not successful in this case hence.

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Armored vehicles 25

December 2017. This Belgian municipal police informed back in 2016 about the possibilities for armoured SUV’s. Last month, finally the tender was published. The requirements for a single vehicle were of a kind that quoting on the tender was impossible. Next to that, the time available was too short to prepare the extensive package of […]

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Armored vehicles 23

from March 2015. When armored vehicles are sold in a certain country, service and support must be realized. Until beginning of 2015, vehicles sold in The Netherlands were intended for use abroad. But as of then, vehicles were sold to stay and be operated on Dutch roads. The search had to begin for a support-organisation […]

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Armored vehicles 20

december 2016. In vehicles built in 2001 under my project management and where several small software changes have been done in the last years, replacing the CPU of the PLC lead to a vehicle that did no longer work properly. Investigation showed that a hidden parameter in the setup, entered by the manufacturer of these […]

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Armored vehicles 17 (update 1)

December 2016. The quotation issued in August for a tender did not succeed. The order went to the same competitor who won the tender last year. The difference was minimal. August 2016. For a tender from a Belgian government body a quotation has been submitted. This time there was no qualification phase.

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Repair and maintenance armored vehicles

April 2016. The past months, in close co-operation with a builder of armored vehicles a construct of contracts has been established for the repair and maintenance of armored vehicles in The Netherlands.

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Armored vehicles 16 (update 1)

November 2015. Unfortunately this contact has been awarded to another contender. The difference was little over 1%. October 2015. For a tender from a Belgian government body a quotation has been submitted. This time there was no qualification phase.

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Armored vehicles 15 (update 2)

November 2015. After having passed the selection phase successfully, a quotation has been submitted for a larger number of armoured vehicles. Unfortunately this contract has been awarded to another contender.

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Armored vehicles 14 (update 2)

March 2016. The vehicles have been handed over to the client and to the unit that will be using the vehicles. August 2015. After having submitted the quotation for this tender in the beginning of July, the decision has been received that the order has been granted. Vehicles will be built and are to be […]

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Armored vehicles 13 (update 2)

December 2014. The 3 vehicles have been delivered and will immediately put into operation.

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Armored vehicles 10 (update 2)

December 2014. The quotation submitted last September was not successful. The other contender has won the contract for these rather complex vehicles.

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project new-build stopped (update 4)

November 2014. The customer for whom this new-built needed to be realized sees itself confronted with dramatically changes business-opportunities. Due to loss of business, the operation needs to be sized down significantly. The sites which needed to be replaced by the new-built are being closed now without replacement. The project will, because of this, probably […]

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Armored vehicles 12 (update 2)

November 2014. The quotation submitted did not lead to the order for this tender. Out of 4 submitted quotations it ended up second.

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Armored vehicles 11 (update)

June 2014. The tender procedure for which our quotation arrived too late has shown irregularities in the completion in this government agency.

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Armored vehicles 9

March 2014. After a lengthy procedure, recently became clear that the order for armored vehicles will go to another contender.

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Armored vehicles 7 (update)

July 2013. The CIT-truck is ready and will be put into operation.

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Armored vehicles 6

May 2012. New projects have been started for 2 types of armored vehicles.

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One-man-crew logistics (update 2)

May 2012. After a successful pilot with the first modified vehicle, 9 successive ones will follow.

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Key-management for Brink’s Nederland

April 2012. For this major customer, the already existing key-management processes and systems will be expanded and upgraded to meet the needs that exist.

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Armored vehicles 5

April 2012 For a customer, recently bought used trucks will need to be modified to suit the needs of the customer.

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Licence for Brink’s Diamond & Jewelry Services

January 2012. After a year of preparation and slightly delayed by the long formation of the government in Belgium, the license to operate as a guarding firm has been granted to Brink’s Diamond & Jewelry Services.

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Societal Responsibility Report

July 2011. For one of my major customers, whose organization I know very well, a societal responsibility report has been written.

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Armored vehicles 4

May 2011. Again, 2 projects have been started for armored vehicles.

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Armored vehicles 3

October 2010. Now again 3-men crew vehicles, but of course based on the new generation Sprinter. Again an abundant number of challenges.

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Armored Vehicles 2

February 2010. From 3-men crew to 2-men crew is a small change, but if the basic vehicle has undergone a generation change, it poses us with great challenges.

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Armored vehicles 1

November 2009. After having built over 100 new armored vehicles as an employee, a new type of vehicle has been conceived since the last new concept in 2002. This armored truck for heavy loads (>15 tons payload) is based upon a Scania G280 DB 6×4*2 HNA. The 3 trucks have been built in Germany.

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