Neutral support for award processes

We ensure transparency in the market. Requirement specifications, tendering and contract award support.

Review of tenders and ensuring comparability – Preparation of the award and structured selection of tenderers

For an optimal result in the procurement and awarding process it is crucial to know potential suppliers and service providers and to select them according to various criteria for the awarding process.

The starting point for this is the IWL supplier database with more than 300 companies. Market analyses are carried out at regular intervals to identify new suppliers and changes in product portfolios. Within the database the project experiences of the IWL experts are collected and evaluated, so that you can get a first impression of potential suppliers.

Various criteria are applied for the selection of suitable providers and for their specific tasks

  • Which trades do the providers have in their service portfolio? Can interfaces be optimized and synergies created even in the larger project environment?
  • Supplier form:
    • Is the supplier a manufacturer or dealer? How high is the proportion of components manufactured in-house? Are critical system parts purchased?
    • Can the supplier also act as a general contractor for your project?
  • Regional aspects: Is there a regional proximity between you and the provider? Where are the trades produced? Is there a service center near to you?
  • At which company do the references fit best to your task? Are there favorite providers in your company with whom you have already had good project experience? Or even candidates for expulsion?

These questions are weighted according to your requirements so that we can find the right provider for you.

Your benefit:

Let the IWL experts help you find and select the right provider for your challenges

  • Use the IWL experience from past projects to select the right provider
  • Receive recommendations from IWL experts
  • We compare the different offers for you, so that price differences can be explained
  • Benefit from the large IWL supplier database in the pre-selection of potential suppliers
  • Select the market according to your requirements and needs
  • Structure your tendering and awarding process and save time and nerves

Fast Facts

null

Project experience since 1985

Top know-how in the logistics sector means the highest level of security in implementation for you!

null

500+ satisfied customers

With more than 500 satisfied customers we stand for cooperation in partnership and highest confidence!

null

35 specialists

Our specialists take care of your project and save you time and money through fast communication!

null

1000+ projects

Experience from more than 1000 projects in various industries – this means professional logistics, a competitive advantage and higher profits for you!

null

100+ logistics centers

Not every project leads to a new building – nevertheless we have already realised more than 100 logistics centres for our customers.

null

Project experience since 1985

Top know-how in the logistics sector means the highest level of security in implementation for you!

null

500+ satisfied customers

With more than 500 satisfied customers we stand for cooperation in partnership and highest confidence!

null

35 specialists

Our specialists take care of your project and save you time and money through fast communication!

null

1000+ projects

Experience from more than 1000 projects in various industries – this means professional logistics, a competitive advantage and higher profits for you!

null

100+ logistics centers

Not every project leads to a new building – nevertheless we have already realised more than 100 logistics centres for our customers.

In 10 steps to a successful award

From the specification to the successfully awarded contract, the IWL 10-step system has proven itself.

Leading companies trust in our services

Evaluation criteria for general contractor & supplier selection

During the awarding procedure, various companies will present themselves to you with different offers. So that you can make the right decision, the IWL experts support you with a supplier evaluation and recommendation for a supplier or an offer.

The IWL recommendation is based on four factors. The weighting of the evaluation points is agreed individually with you so that we can find the right supplier for you.

Cooperation in the current offer process:
How well did the supplier get involved during the offer process? Have your requirements been recorded? Was a qualified project manager presented? In addition to the technical aspect, the interpersonal component and the corporate culture should be evaluated.

 

Quality of the solution offered:
Does the execution correspond to the specified quality? Are there differences in the approach? How well does the solution meet your requirements?

Offer price in comparison:
How is the offer price compared to IWL projects in the past? How is the price compared to the competitors? Is the scope of delivery and the technical solution comparable between the suppliers?

 

Experience from past projects with IWL:
Have there been difficulties in the past with the implementation or was the supplier particularly reliable in the past? How well do the references match the task at hand?

Evaluation criteria for the selection of general contractors and suppliers

During the tendering procedure, various companies present themselves to them with different offers. So that you can make the right decision, the IWL experts support you with a supplier evaluation and recommendation for a supplier or an offer.

The IWL recommendation is based on four factors. The weighting of the evaluation points is agreed individually with you so that we can find the right supplier for you.

  1. Cooperation in the current offer process:
    How well did the supplier get involved during the offer process? Have your requirements been recorded? Was a qualified project manager presented? In addition to the technical aspect, the interpersonal component and the corporate culture should be evaluated.
  2. Offer price in comparison:
    How is the offer price compared to IWL projects in the past? How is the price compared to the competitors? Is the scope of delivery and the technical solution comparable between the suppliers?
  3. Quality of the solution offered:
    Does the execution correspond to the specified quality? Are there differences in the approach? How well does the solution meet your requirements?
  4. Experience from past projects with IWL:
    Have there been difficulties in the past with the implementation or was the supplier particularly reliable in the past? How well do the references match the task at hand?

Our projects for the support of awarding processes

Menu