Fraikin retains public sector preferred supplier status
Published: 15 January, 2016
Fleet management company Fraikin has retained itsstatus as a supplier to the public sector after a rigorous tender process.
This follows the commencement of a new three-year framework agreement with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS).
Under Lot 2 of Framework Agreement RM3710 Fraikin is able to provide for the lease of commercial vehicles 3.5 tonnes and above including vans, trucks, buses, coaches, trailers and specialist municipal vehicles.
And under Lot 3 of the same agreement, Fraikin is able to provide fleet management services – including the management, sourcing and supply of passenger cars, motorcycles and light commercial vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes.
Colin Melvin, Sales Director at Fraikin, said: ‘We are extremely proud to have retained our preferred supplier status under the new CCS framework agreement.
‘Fraikin has a proven track record for helping public sector organisations manage their fleets more efficiently, ensuring compliance and saving the taxpayer money. This renewal will allow us to expand our portfolio of government and public sector contracts.'
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