Totalpost announced today that it has been selected by the North Eastern Purchasing Organisation (NEPO) to supply and service franking machines to local member authorities in the North East of England.
The contract to supply and service franking machines is for a period of 24 months, with an opportunity to extend for a further 24 months based on a performance review.
“NEPO were most impressed by our product knowledge and aftersales support,” says Carolyn Hymers, Sales Director for Total. “Once again we have demonstrated our experience in this sector. We also put the customer first, which sounds simple – but is tremendously important.”
NEPO’s members include Newcastle City Council, Durham County
Council, and many others. “This is a fantastic opportunity, and we will work towards developing this relationship [with NEPO] further”, says Carolyn.
Total Postweigh International Ltd (Total) is a well-established and successful business that has long experience in the supply of products and services to the mailroom / office equipment industry sector. As a result of a significant growth strategy over the last few years, the Company now supplies products and services across a number of different industries in both the public and private sectors. Clients include the Ministry of Defence, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), leading banks & building societies and utility companies. For more information, visit Total on the Internet: www.postweigh.com
NEPO is a purchasing and contracting consortium consisting of
11 full member local authorities and 13 associate members. The North Eastern Purchasing Organisation was established in 1976 as a means of aggregating contracts and pooling purchasing knowledge and expertise between the original 5 Tyne and Wear metropolitan authorities. It has since expanded its membership and services and now negotiates a huge range of contracts. Police, probation and fire services also benefit from NEPO by participating in many joint procurement arrangements. NEPO now covers an area from the Scottish border through to Tyneside, Wearside, County Durham and Teesside. For further information, please see the NEPO website: www.nepoportal.org