MS Storage Equipment is pleased to announce that they have been named as a supplier on the highly prestigious Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Framework for the supply, delivery and installation of furniture and associated services (RM3812) for High Density Steel Storage.
As a leading company in the field of specialist storage equipment, the company has already earned a strong reputation by over-delivering on successful contracts with large UK bodies such as the MOD, NHS and Police Service. The Crown Commercial Services framework awarded this month will run until the end of 2019 and will see MS Storage Equipment offer a comprehensive consultation, supply and installation service for static and mobile shelving systems to public sector organisations across the UK.
Managing Director, Ben Simpkin commented:
“We’re thrilled to have been successful in the process and would like to think our commitment to customer satisfaction, value for money and service has been key in securing our place on such a prestigious framework”
Mr Simpkin continued: “We do far more than a straightforward supply and install service – we’ve built our reputation on devising innovative, practical and market leading storage systems to meet the needs of a diverse range of clients across the public and private sectors.”
MS Storage also strives to provide products in keeping with modern day ward requirements, the new ‘Clarity’ range of bedside lockers offered by MS is a new concept designed to provide a secure compartment for patient’s drugs combined with the facility for frequent decontamination whilst maintaining an aesthetic furnished appearance.
MS are able to find the optimal solution for each individual client. Perhaps this, more than anything else, is what appeals to their many customers in both the public and private sectors.
Framework agreements such as CCS aid the end user in the procurement of goods (in this case mobile shelving, shelving and storage equipment) as all necessary quality, environmental and cost comparisons have already been done by the leading organisation running the framework agreement. By using these framework agreements clients don’t have to commission or initiate their own separate tenders.
For further information please visit Crown Commercial Services https://ccs-agreements.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/contracts/rm3812