The Procurement Partnership Ltd (TPPL) have completed an OJEU tendering exercise in partnership with the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) to establish a Procurement Framework covering grounds maintenance equipment, plant equipment and handheld tools including spare parts and maintenance contract services.
Equipment to be supplied under this Lot includes but is not limited to; walk behind mowers, ride on mowers, walk behind rollers, ride on rollers, tractor driven mowers, utility vehicles, quad bikes, spreaders, sprayers, compact tractors, wood chippers, shredders, stump grinders, pressure washing machines, graffiti removal washing machines. All types of agricultural equipment including combine harvesters, bailers, agricultural trailers, tractor implements and attachments.
Equipment to be supplied under this Lot includes but is not limited to; dumpers, loaders, rubber ducks, excavators (compact, mini, midi), tracked excavators, backhoe loaders, wheeled loaders, telescopic handlers. All types of industrial and all terrain fork lifts (gas, electric and gasoline). Wheeled excavators, skid steer loaders and all types of static mobile and vehicle mounted generators, access platforms (wheel, mechanical and vehicle mounted). Site cabins, site buildings, site toilets, site lighting, static and mobile platforms, air con units (static, mobile and mounted). Including options to offer spare parts and maintenance contract services.
Equipment to be supplied under this Lot includes but is not limited to; all handheld electrical and mechanical equipment; chainsaws, blowers, strimmers, and rollers.
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.
The Framework Agreement provides access to 36 different 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 OJEU procurement if procuring via the framework agreement.