Two Scottish wins for Cromwell Polythene

Following successful tender submissions Cromwell Polythene has been appointed an approved supplier to two Scottish councils.
Man with bags
The Leeds based provider of waste management solutions now has a range of products listed by the Highland Council Janitorial Supplies Framework Agreement, including refuse and recycling sacks, bin liners, rubble sacks, compostable bags, clinical waste sacks and compactor sacks, as well as specialist bags for dog waste.

At the same time, the company has been successful in winning a contract with Fife Council, via the Scotland Excel Framework, supplying compostable bags for the collection of commercial food waste.

Announcing the two wins Cromwell’s managing director James Lee said: “These are significant gains, building on a successful campaign to gain more business from Scotland. Highland Council is the largest local government area in the UK, serving a third of the land area of Scotland, including the most remote and sparsely populated parts of the United Kingdom and with the 7th highest population of the 32 authorities in Scotland.

“Fife Council, which is the third largest authority in Scotland, came via the Scotland Excel Framework, which provides its members with pre-approved collaborative procurement agreements with companies known for their competitiveness and reliability.

“We look forward to developing close working relationships with both these organisations and their members,” he added.