Skip to main content

Framework updates.

First published:
29 June 2021
Last updated:

Rock salt and associated products

Our rock salt and associated products framework (NPS-CFM-106-20) went live on 1 July.  For further information, customer guidance documents, and to access the call-off documentation suite, please visit the contracts register on Sell2Wales (login required).

Maintenance and installation of passenger and goods lifts, and domestic stair-lifts 

Our lifts and domestic stair-lifts framework (NPS-CFM-0073-17) which covers the maintenance, installation and refurbishment services associated with passenger and goods lifts and domestic stair lifts, expires on 31 July.

We will not renew this framework, however existing customers can let call off contracts before the current arrangements end. Welsh Local Government will explore future options once our framework expires.

For further information, please e-mail:

Furniture solutions 

Our furniture framework (NPS-CFM-0092-18) provides a complaint route to market for office and educational furniture solutions. It also supports the delivery of the circular economy strategy which requires the procurement of re-used, remanufactured and high recycled content and sustainably sourced items to be the default.

Guidance on how this can be applied to your furniture procurements is available.

In May, we delivered a series of presentations the framework to customers. Recordings and presentations slides from the sessions are available via a secure portal. If you would like access it, please e-mail:

Supply of building materials 

We have accepted a price variation from PPG Architectural Coatings Ltd for core decorative products supplied under lot 3 of our building materials framework (NPS-CFM-0085-18). New prices came into effect on 14 June.

The updated price files are available on Sell2Wales (login required).

In this year’s Screwfix trade apprentice competition, an electrotechnical installations apprentice from Cardiff was crowned winner, with an apprentice from Abertillery finishing in second place.

The winner received a bundle worth £10,000, including £5,000 of tools, a £3,000 training budget and £2,000 worth of technology.

For further information on the Screwfix’s annual trade apprentice competition, visit the Sell2Wales website (login required).