The scale of elevator procurement in March was 270 million yuan
With the end of the Spring Festival holiday, the government procurement work is gradually on the right track, and various procurement projects have been launched one after another. According to incomplete statistics from the "Government Procurement Information News", in March, nearly 190 elevator procurement projects were completed nationwide through public bidding, competitive negotiation, and single-source procurement, nearly 40 more than in February, an increase of 33.3%. The purchase amount also increased from 190 million yuan in February to 270 million yuan, showing a significant month-on-month recovery. However, compared with March last year, the trend of both volume and volume should not be ignored.
The scale of purchases decreased by 28.9% year-on-year
In March 2014, a total of 270 elevator projects were completed nationwide, with a total purchase amount of 380 million yuan. In March this year, the number of projects decreased by 29.6% year-on-year, and the procurement scale decreased by 28.9% year-on-year. Not only that, the procurement scale of 270 million yuan also hit a new low for the same period in the past four years. In March 2012, 2013 and 2014, the scale of elevator procurement exceeded 300 million yuan, 380 million yuan, 330 million yuan and 380 million yuan respectively. Yuan.
It is not difficult to find that the decrease in procurement scale is not unrelated to the lack of large bids and the high rate of scrapped bids. In March this year, there were only 2 projects in the country that exceeded 10 million yuan, namely the elevator procurement and installation project of Xiamen Donghai Torch Science and Technology Park 7# Building and 8# Building organized by Xiamen Cadbet Investment Consulting Co., Ltd., with a purchase amount of 17.4 million yuan; Shaanxi Huacheng Building Equipment Co., Ltd. organized the procurement of elevators in the 14#-21# and 23# buildings of the Muxian Shenhua New Village Construction Project Office, with a purchase amount of 10 million yuan. In the same period of the previous three years, there were 6, 6 and 7 large projects with 10 million yuan, and the purchase amount of the largest projects was about 40 million yuan.
In March this year, although the number of projects was much lower than the same period last year, it was basically the same as the number of projects in March 2012 and 2013. However, the rejection rate in March this year was much higher than that in previous years. In March this year, about 44 projects were abandoned due to less than three suppliers who actually responded to the bidding documents, accounting for 23.2% of the total number of projects. There were projects in the fields of affordable housing, real estate, education, industry and commerce, and medical care. Scrap.
Sub-order purchase of large projects
In addition to being affected by the regulation of the real estate market, the reduction of large-scale projects of 10 million yuan is also the main factor. In March, a number of large projects were divided into several small projects for bidding. A more representative example was the procurement of elevators for the reconstruction and resettlement housing project in the Lanshi area of Guangdong Province. The project is divided into three sub-projects according to the plots. Three tenders have been launched for the two and three plots of the A District, the B District Community, and the B District Community. The winning bids are 6.93 million yuan, 7.9068 million yuan and 3.725 million yuan respectively. RMB 18,561,800, and the total winning bid exceeded RMB 10 million. In addition, the elevator equipment and installation projects in the fourth and third areas of the Baiwu Resettlement House in the Kaili Economic Development Zone in Zhejiang Province also have the phenomenon of separate purchases.
Industry experts said that this procurement method can alleviate the phenomenon that a company won the bid for multiple projects at the same time and the supply is not timely or the installation and maintenance work pressure is too high. While reducing the burden on the winning suppliers, it also provides opportunities for more suppliers.