Grenland Wins Extension of Supply House Services Contract from BP
BP Norway has awarded options of the "Supply House Services" contract to the Grenland Group in Stavanger with an extended 3-year period for an estimated NOK 15 million. Grenland is known for its technical competency and many years of experience and will enable BP to improve its focus on key business areas.
Under the contract terms, services will includes procurement of non-critical wares and service up to a specified amount and between 6000 and 10000 purchase orders annually. Negotiations of agreements for equipment and materials along with entering and management of non-strategic frame agreements will be included in the range of this contract.
"This is an important contract for Grenland Group as Supply House Services is one of the company's key business areas. The contract gives the opportunity to increase capacity within the procurement organization as well as increasing the level of competency. By coordinating activities with today's procurement organization in Grenland Group both parties gain better flexibility and more efficient use of resources," says Vice President Kristin Greig King with Grenland Group in Stavanger.
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