The Procurement Partnership Ltd (TPPL) have completed an PCR2015 compliant tendering exercise on behalf of Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) to establish a Procurement Framework covering fleet ancillary products including vehicle racking and van conversions to include ply lining, full racking conversions, electrical equipment, tow bars, roof pipes and ladders as well as telematics equipment to include mapping, vehicle data reporting, fuel analyst and tracking.
Supply of Vehicle racking and van conversions (including chassis cabs) to include ply lining, full racking conversions, all ancillary electrical, tow bars, roof pipes, ladders, invertors, tipping bodies, and any other equipment that an Eligible Body may need in the conversion of vans and chassis cabs. This Lot includes the option to supply vehicle livery when specified by the Eligible Body.
Supply (and installation when specified) of telematics equipment and hardware. Contracts might include activation of proprietary OEM systems. Hardware can include dashcams and other similar equipment. Equipment supplied to be supported (when specified by member) with back-office systems/software, including on a subscription basis, for management of the equipment and if required for ancillary purposes such as EV suitability analysis. The member can specify whether equipment is to be hardwired into the vehicle loom or plugged into an available ODBM port. Outputs from telematic equipment to include mapping, vehicle data reporting, fuel analysis, tracking equipment and can include installation and provision of maintenance contracts if required by an Eligible Body.
This comprehensive Framework is available to Local Authorities and the wider public/not-for-profit sector including:
All current and future members can access this framework.
This Framework provides access to 25 suppliers
Free, no-obligation membership and the very best value for money with preferential discount terms.
The Procurement Partnership can fully manage the customers further competition (call-off) process if required.
All suppliers and providers are ‘pre-qualified’ to confirm their general suitability.
Members do not need to run a full PCR2015 open procurement if procuring via the framework agreement.