Achieving a single market is one of the greatest aspirations and targets to be achieved for the European Union.
Single market designed to allow the free movement of goods, services, capital and natural and legal persons.
However, in the area of fisheries and aquaculture, these desiderata cannot always materialize because the rules of the single market are not known by the organizers of the invitations to tender, have not been implemented or are simply blocked by various unjustified barriers related to bureaucracy or language barriers.
Barriers to free trade of goods and services, low levels of cross-border public procurement and insufficient political support for structural reforms limit the opportunities offered by suppliers of technology, equipment and solutions to fisheries and aquaculture.
For these reasons, and to provide a dynamic tool, Olooson collects offers of technology, solutions, equipment, products to offer them in the tenders organized by beneficiaries of the European Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund (MEFF) programs.
This information about organized tenders comes from the following sources of information: If you want to participate in tenders notified through the Olooson’s EU Tendering platform or if you want to publish a new tender on Olooson platform, find more information in the documents of the two sections presented in the column on the left.
Together with an Agents Representation Contract you also have an NDA for the Protection of Confidential Information.
If you want to understand the legal and legislative framework in which the EU Tendering tender system operates on the Olooson platform, you can find more information in the Documents Library section.
|No.||Country||The institution that owns the information about the auctions|
|1||Austria||The Austrian Federal Procurement Agency|
|2||Belgium||Public Federal Service Personal and Organisation|
|3||Bulgaria||Public Procurement Agency|
|4||Croatia||Croation public procurement portal|
|5||Cyprus||Cypriot public procurement portal|
|6||Czech Republic||Ministry for Regional Development|
|7||Denmark||Competition and Consumer Authority|
|8||Estonia||Estonian public procurement portal|
|9||Finland||Procurement advisory unit|
|10||France||Public procurement in France from the Ministry of Finance|
|11||Germany||Bundesverwaltungsamt (Federal Aministrative Office)|
|12||Greece||Hellenic Single Public Procurement Authority|
|13||Hungary||Public Procurement Authority of Hungary|
|14||Ireland||Office of Government Procurement|
|15||Italy||Authority for the Supervision of Public Contracts) (AVCP)|
|16||Latvia||Procurement Monitoring Bureau|
|17||Lithuania||Public Procurement Office|
|18||Luxembourg||Luxembourg public procurement portal|
|19||Malta||Malta Department of Contracts|
|20||Netherlands||Professional and Innovative Tendering PIANOo|
|21||Norway||Norweigian national public procurement notification database|
|22||Poland||Polish Public Procurement Office|
|23||Portugal||Base public procurement portal|
|24||Romania||Romanian National Agency for Public Procurement|
|25||Slovakia||Slovak Office for Public Procurement|
|26||Slovenia||Public Procurement Directorate - System for public procurement|
|27||Spain||Spanish platform for public sector contracting|
|28||Sweden||Swedish Public Procurement Agency|
|29||United Kingdom||Crown Commercial Service|