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AFRICAN ECHO BUSINESS NEWS

Birmingham invites tenders for small scale office and household removals

Birmingham City Council invites organisations to tender for the provision of labour, equipment and vehicles to carry out small scale office removal work and the removal of all normal household goods including goods normally kept in outbuildings, garden sheds or any other associated building, from one building or dwelling to another, and also the removal and retrieval of office furniture and household goods to and from the City’s storage facilities. 

Black and African businesses are not usually a part of the tendering process. Yet local authorities from around the country often welcome tendering from BME businesses. But it is imperative that a satisfactory service is provided at all times, therefore to ensure that there is always sufficient capacity available it will be necessary to award the contract to more than one service provider.

Large-scale removal projects may be subject to separate individual competitive tenders as and when required. Birmingham says that the contract is due to commence on the 1st April 2007, and will run for a period of 4 years. So if you are interested in tendering for contracts, then write to Birmingham City Council.

 

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