Posted: 11th January 2017
We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the Procurement For All (PFA) Framework for Lots 2 and 4.
PFA is currently a consortium of 21 social landlords with operations throughout the UK, set up to utilise the collaborative purchasing power of the consortium members. Suppliers are required to follow the OJEU tender process in order to access the PFA frameworks.
Lot 2 of the PFA framework covers the refurbishment, upgrading, supply and installation of passenger lifts, heavy goods lifts and service lifts. Lot 4 covers the same for vertical through-floor, platform and short rise lifts.
Kelvin Goodacre, Commercial Director said the company are delighted to have been selected for their quality and economic competitiveness. “Our nationwide presence will provide all the clients using this framework with comprehensive coverage for all products”, he added.
The PFA framework will provide many benefits to Terry Lifts. As they have been now accepted in the framework for up to four years, no further tender action is required of them during this period. The speed of the purchasing process improves for all parties and less iterations per purchase are required going forward.
As a part of the framework we will also get the opportunity to extend our sales through many other organisations that we may not otherwise reach.
“We look forward to providing the client bodies with an excellent service for the four-year duration of the framework and beyond”, Kelvin said.
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