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Project:ff&e appointed to national franework as it announced major expansion

02 December 2015

Project:ff&e has been appointed to the ‘Y Gwasanaeth Caffael Cenedlaethol’ (National Procurement Service) Framework for the Provision of Furniture Solutions

The specialist provider of furniture, fittings and equipment is one of only four organisations to be chosen for Lot 3 of the three-year framework agreement for accommodation furniture where it will provide a range of products for local authorities, healthcare establishments and higher and further education organisations across Wales.

Project:ff&e has also announced a major expansion with investment into its catalogue division, the recruitment of new staff and a move to larger premises within its current base at Dean Clough, Halifax.

The company has strengthened its catalogue division with five key appointments including EU and rest of the world procurement managers. Nigel Tipper is the new business development manager for catalogue sales, Alex Hall has joined as website developer responsible for designing bespoke customer web-stores as well as developing the company’s online store; and Janeann Sharp has been appointed as internal sales development manager.

Amanda Brearley, customer service director, Project:ff&e, said: “Being appointed to the framework agreement means we can broaden our service offering geographically and provide a local service from our base in Swansea.

“Our expansion is a reflection of the hard work of our team and our commitment to the long-term growth of the business. We aim to grow the catalogue division organically through new product development and by investing in our infrastructure and diversifying into new markets.”

Project:ff&e provides furniture, fittings and equipment for the student accommodation, commercial office, housing, healthcare and education sectors. The company won a FIRA Innovation Award for its Fortis water-resistant kitchens.

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