This White Goods framework has been established for the provision of the following goods and services:

Ovens, fridges, fridge-freezers, freezers, washing machines, washer/dryers, tumble dryers, dishwashers, kettles, toasters, microwaves, microwave & grill, steam Irons, heaters, sandwich toasters and rice cookers and other large and small electrical appliances.

The scope also includes televisions, white goods and electrical appliance spare parts and some additional services such as the installation and disposal of the appliances listed above.

Additional services

The following additional services are included on a non-mandatory basis but the scope and nature of the services may differ significantly by supplier: 

  • Installation - This service can be either outsourced or carried out internally by suppliers.
  • The supply of spare parts- This does not necessarily mean that the supplier holds stock of spare parts, it might be that they facilitate the supply of parts through the manufacturer.
  • Repair and maintenance- Some white goods and electrical appliance suppliers can offer this as an in-house service, whereas some can offer a managed subcontractors for this service.
  • White goods recycling & disposal services

Key Facts

Start date
1st June 2021
End date
31st May 2024
Optional extension
31st May 2025

Key Benefits of this Framework

  1. Advantageous pricing based on economies of scale from aggregated spend which is fixed for 12 months
  2. Volume rebates
  3. Access to services supporting the maintenance of assets and the compliant disposal of redundant assets through a variety of routes that maximise the higher tiers of the waste hierarchy
  4. A single exercise to establish the overarching agreement and establish the Terms and Conditions of the Framework
  5. Reduced administrative effort and associated cost savings
  6. The development of a longer term relationship with suppliers which is mutually beneficial
  7. You have the ability to call off from the agreement as and when required rather than needing to undertake a full tender process
  8. The Framework allows for the flexibility to determine specific requirements at the call off stage
  9. Framework Agreements support longer term business planning as they span a period of typically four years and allow some stability from market fluctuations
  10. CPC will provide contract management support to you

How can I use this Framework

Multiple methods of call-off including direct via ranking, desktop exercise and full mini-competition including permitted variation of weightings

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Associated Documentation

The following documents are associated with this framework. Some are required for successful use of the framework and are clearly marked.

File Details Essential
Framework User GuideThis is required reading if you are considering using this framework. It tells you everything you need to know about the panel of providers, eligibility, running the mini-competition process, and evaluating bids. YesDownload
Desktop CalculatorFor desktop exercise to identify preferred supplier. Download
Mini Competition ChecklistIt is recommended that members utilise this checklist when undertaking a mini-competition process to maximise the likelihood of obtaining a satisfactory quantity and quality of bid responses from suppliers YesDownload

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Contract Manager

The contracting authority for this framework is NWUPC.

Keeley Blackburn

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