CMS Window Systems has been successful in securing a place on the public sector procurement framework for Wales, the Welsh Procurement Alliance (WPA,) alongside having already won a place on Scotland’s widely used public sector procurement framework, the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA.)
CMS Window Systems’ appointment to the WPA will enable specifiers in Wales to replicate the success of many Scottish social housing landlords in terms of delivering sustainable windows and doors which perform well in the long term with high tenant approval ratings. The company’s manufacturing capabilities extend to South Wales where its close partnership with PVC-U systems manufacturer Duraflex facilitates local fabrication to support Welsh jobs.
Securing a place on both the SPA and WPA ‘Windows, Doors and Associated Products’ framework for PVC-U windows and doors strengthens CMS Window Systems’ position in the social housing and public sector markets. The company is one of a select few suppliers who have been able to demonstrate compliance with stringent technical, quality, supply chain management and customer service criteria set out by the SPA and WPA. Backed by leading UK procurement body, LHC, the SPA and WPA chooses only the best suppliers to join its frameworks.