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Fraikin is awarded government procurement service framework agreement

Fraikin Ltd has been awarded five lots under the framework agreement for vehicle leasing by Government Procurement Service.

This achievement opens up new access to a range of UK public organisations including central and local government, devolved administrations, health, education and the Not For Profit sector.

Government Procurement Service specialises in providing value-for-money, procurement solutions that are fully EU compliant for public sector and it has agreements with around 1,500 suppliers for ½ million products and services.

Coventry-based Fraikin is part of one of the largest commercial vehicle fleet service companies in Europe, and provides its customers with complete vehicle solutions from pre-sales advice to fleet repair and maintenance.

The five lots for vehicle leasing that Fraikin has been awarded are:
• Lot 2: passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes requiring conversion, as well as light commercial vehicles between 3.5 and 7 tonnes.
• Lot 3: Commercial vehicles of 7.5 tonnes and above including trailers with the option to provide municipal vehicles
• Lot 4: Commercial vehicles of 7.5 tonnes and above from a single manufacturer
• Lot 5: Buses and coaches, excluding minibuses
• Lot 6: Motorcycles with the option to supply quad bikes
David Farbon of Fraikin said: “We are delighted to have been awarded five lots under the framework agreement for vehicle leasing with Government Procurement Service that encompass such a large variety of vehicles.

“Fraikin has an established track record of helping its customers to find the best vehicle solution to suit their needs, both operationally and financially: in many cases our expertise saves customers’ money.

“We look forward to a long and productive relationship with the public sector.”

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