Tender – Mentoring panel for Brexit Advisory Services for BIM and the Irish Seafood Industry

Category 1 – Customs and Excise

Category 2 – Logistics and Supply Chain


The seafood sector has unique challenges that require specialist skills to support them and to remain competitive. The purpose of this competition is to form a panel of suitably qualified specialist advisors, with the skills and experience necessary to advise and support Irish seafood businesses in relation to opportunities and challenges that they are faced with. The work under this panel will relate to services as a consequence of the UK’s exit from the EU.

The specialist advisors (panel members) drawn from the proposed panel will analyse the specific business operation, define where challenges/opportunities need to be addressed or improved, and advise and/or support the implementation of the recommendations.
Services may also include advising BIM support staff on Brexit related requirements that arise via the Irish seafood industry.

In addition, services may be required advising, and acting for BIM directly in relation to Customs and Excise and Logistics and Supply Chain.
The panel is being established for the period April 2021 to 31 December 2022 (or maximum expenditure of €214,000, whichever is the earliest).
Suitably qualified service providers may apply for inclusion on this panel (during the above period) by completing the Qualification Questionnaire available below and submitting it by email to: gavin.mcgrath@bim.ie


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