Pipeline Framework: The Supply of Metals

A pipeline has been launched for The Supply of Metals.The contract start Date is 23 January 2023. Approach to market date is 13 June 2022.Team Leidos are proud to be delivering the logistics commodities and services transformation (LCS(T)) Delivery partner contracts (LCS (T)/0001 dated 16.4.2015) on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence (the ‘Prime Contract’). Delivery of other parts of the LCS(T) contract are delivered by Leidos Europe Ltd (LEL) and other partners (together ‘Team Leidos’).Team Leidos wishes to stimulate interest, information and views across the market for the fulfilment of this requirement via this PIN.This prior information notice is not a means to submit a formal expression of interest in respect of any potential tender. Any resultant requirement will be subject to the EU Public Procurement Regulations and respective advertising action.Please note all information provided to organisations or individuals that respond to this notice should be treated as Confidential, and not shared further without express written permission from Leidos Supply Ltd.The General Supplies team, which forms part of Leidos Supply Ltd. is considering the potential requirement for the supply of metals on behalf of the UK MOD which will cover (but will not be limited to) the supply of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, predominantly steel and alloy steels; in various formats including sheet metals, wire, bars and tubing.The framework length should not exceed 4 years and is anticipated to commence early 2023.The value of this framework is estimated to be between £2,480,000 – £6,000,000.Please note: this PIN is for information only (market research) and is not a pre-qualification exercise.In addition, please note that as a framework agreement there is no guarantee of business.If interested, Suppliers may respond to this PIN by 12:00pm, 15/04/22 in order to receive a Request For Information questionnaire, and a DRAFT version of the Schedule of Requirements (SOR).This is a potential opportunity from the government, and the pipeline gives advance notice of an opportunity that might be offered by the public sector in the future – allowing potential suppliers to plan accordingly. When a public sector organisation publishes a pipeline notice, it does not necessarily mean that an opportunity will be offered in the future.For more information contact: Leidos Supply, 8 Monarch Court, The Brooms, Emerson Green, Bristol BS16 7FH. Email: ceri.williams@leidos.com Website: (Miss Ceri Williams)

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