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TVS SCS awarded MoD contract to supply Royal Navy

Posted 9 March 2017 · Add Comment

TVS Supply Chain Solutions (TVS SCS) has secured a contract with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) for the supply of general stores equipment to the Royal Navy fleet.


 
The contract will see TVS SCS provide procurement, service management, supply support, equipment upkeep management and technical services for a range of items used by the Royal Navy. Items include; catering equipment, domestic appliances, ropes, cleaning hardware, lab equipment and much more.
 
TVS SCS, already a large contractor to the UK MoD, will continue to play a key role in the MoD's strategy of modernising inventory management, procurement and maintaining a supply chain that is responsive to the needs of the military. 
 
Paul Kettle, Business Development Director at TVS SCS said; “We are delighted to have secured this contract for the supply and management of a wide range of items required by the Royal Navy. It underpins our strategy of providing world leading supply chain solutions to reduce the operating cost of our customers. We look forward to working alongside the UK MoD's Marine Systems Support team to provide them with the visibility and control of the items and services demanded under the contract to deliver the optimum service to the end user.” 
 
TVS SCS currently provide its supply chain services to support a wide range of defence equipment and commodities including; military vehicles, construction vehicles, clothing, food, fuel, medical equipment, field catering, pharmaceuticals and general engineering hardware.

 

 

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