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Lifts framework offers potential £70m procurement solution

18 April 2016

Designed to deliver greater efficiency for members, Fusion21 has announced the renewal of its national Lifts Framework.

It includes a potential combined value of £70m over a four year period and covers all aspects from servicing, testing and installation to refurbishment work on passenger, goods and domestic lifts.

It is available on the mytenders web portal under Notice ID APR123770.

Procurement manager Nick Verburg said the solution has been tailored to specific UK regions and will also provide social value for members, in addition to efficiency savings.

He said Fusion21 will welcome applications that meet the criteria outlined in the documentation.

Submissions should be made by 12 noon on May 16, 2016.


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