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One Nucleus Signs Agreement with Bionow to Expand Access to One Nucleus Preferred Suppliers

Published: Tuesday, January 04, 2011
Last Updated: Tuesday, January 04, 2011
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One Nucleus is delighted to announce that an agreement has been signed with Bionow for their Premium Members to have access to the One Nucleus Preferred Suppliers through the One Nucleus Purchasing Consortium Scheme. This agreement took effect on 1 January 2011.
 
The One Nucleus Purchasing Consortium has an annual spend of over £6 million with its 8 Preferred Suppliers and over 70 One Nucleus Gold Members. The consortium aims to utilise the buying volume of member companies to negotiate and promote Preferred Supply Agreements. The aim is not only to provide bottom line cost savings for members but to also provide added value services that would not normally be available to One Nucleus member companies on an individual basis.
 
Richard Dickinson, Director of Specialist Services at One Nucleus said “One Nucleus and Bionow are working together in partnership to leverage the combined buying power in a way that benefits all our member companies”.
 
Geoff Davison, CEO of Bionow said ”I am delighted that Bionow is able to leverage this significant saving power for our member companies. By accessing this scheme our members will be able to make the savings that will allow them to compete more effectively, significantly strengthening the UK offer in life sciences.”


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