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Forbo Named as a Supplier on New CCS Framework

Forbo Named as a Supplier on new CCS Framework

Forbo Flooring Systems has been appointed as a named supplier on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Building Materials & Associated Services Framework RM3837, as the only flooring manufacturer to be on the agreement.

Forbo’s floorcoverings, which are available through the CCS Framework RM3837 include: entrance flooring systems, acoustic flooring, luxury vinyl tiles, linoleum, static control flooring, carpet tiles, safety flooring, vinyl and flocked flooring.

Sharron Kapellar, National Framework Manager at Forbo Flooring Systems said: “With millions of square metres of floorcoverings installed in both local and central government estates across the UK, Forbo is at the forefront when it comes to understanding the needs and concerns of the public sector marketplace, therefore we are delighted to be appointed onto the CCS Framework.

“By working with us under this framework, clients in the public sector can expect open and honest recommendations and advice, savings through transparent trading and aggregation of demand and have added confidence in us as a trusted partner who can supply total solutions for every area, in every type of building.”

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is an executive agency, sponsored by the Cabinet Office, which supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services, while complying with EU and UK procurement regulations.

Using the CCS framework provides significant cost and time savings associated with self-procurement exercises and ensures customers have the most competitive deals available through regular benchmarking and a competitive tender process.

The Building Materials and Associated Services Framework RM3837 provides a comprehensive range of construction products, consumables, materials and associated services. A total of 29 suppliers have been awarded across 9 lots and Forbo Flooring Systems has been named on Lot 7 – Flooring and Tiling.

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