- end-to-end, multimodal transport solutions
- a thorough suite of storage options for a huge range of commodities
- specialist healthcare solutions
- waste logistics with scope for hazardous and high-risk materials
- office, work space, laboratory removals and relocation services
- construction logistics ranging from simple commodity delivery through to fully managed lay-down and site management
- transportation and storage of vehicles and machinery including specialist loads, vehicle detention and parts storage
- customs clearance, ground handling, fright forwarding, solution design, project management, logistics consultancy and full Fourth Party Logistics (4PL) services
Logistics and Warehousing
- there is flexibility built into the agreement to allow customers to state their requirements, as long as they fall within the scope of the lot titles
- uses the new Public Sector Contract - the shorter and simpler standard template for framework contracts for common goods and services
- the agreement will be in place for a 4-year term, however, customer call-off agreements can be up to 7 years depending on the complexity of the requirements
Some of the suppliers for this agreement have agreed to comply with the Procurement Policy Note 06/21: 'Taking account of Carbon Reduction Plans in the procurement of major government contracts'. If a supplier has published a carbon reduction plan, you can find it on their individual supplier details page.
There are 23 suppliers on this agreement
- Lot 1: Logistics - Transport
- Lot 2: Logistics - Warehousing and Storage Lot expires before framework:
- Lot 3: Waste Logistics, Recycling, Disposal and Destruction
- Lot 4: Removals and Relocations
- Lot 5: Vehicle, Plant and Industrial Equipment – Transportation and Storage
- Lot 6: Construction Logistics – Transportation and Storage
- Lot 7: Healthcare Logistics - Transportation and Storage Lot expires before framework:
- Lot 8: Logistics and Warehousing Solutions, Design and Support Services Lot expires before framework:
- Develop a statement of requirements identifying the framework suppliers capable of providing the goods and/or services.
- Amend or refine the template call-off form and call-off terms to reflect the goods and/or services required.
- Develop evaluation criteria and scoring methodology.
- Publish invitation to tender pack, along with award criteria and further competition process.
- Invite all capable suppliers under a Lot to tender by conducting further competition in accordance with the regulations.
- Evaluate tenders, score and provide feedback to bidders.
- Sign the call-off form with the successful supplier including any supplementary terms or schedules that you identified in the tender.
- develop a statement of requirements and determine whether this can be met by the mandatory/core goods and/or services of the framework.
- confirm that all the terms of the framework and the call-off terms do not require amendment or any supplementary terms and conditions.
- review the price schedule for all capable suppliers under the Lot to determine the most economically advantageous solution.
- award to the successful framework supplier and sign the completed call-off form.