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One Nucleus Purchasing Scheme: New Deal for Members for Laboratory Products

Published: Wednesday, December 08, 2010
Last Updated: Wednesday, December 08, 2010
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Nucleus is delighted to announce that Fisher Scientific has been awarded the contract for laboratory supplies under its Purchasing Consortium Scheme (preferred supplier agreement - PSA).

The contract will be implemented on 1 January 2011.
 
Fisher Scientific has the necessary purchasing power, product range, logistical expertise, value added services and laboratory supplies experience to ensure that One Nucleus delivers cost savings and, at the same time, guarantees unparalleled customer support for its members.
 
Richard Dickinson, Director of Specialist Services at One Nucleus said “Fisher Scientific has worked hard with their suppliers to get a ‘win-win’ deal for both the Suppliers and One Nucleus Members.  I hope the service levels and compelling prices offered by Fisher Scientific will further strengthen our relationship with Fisher Scientific and our members”.
 
Martin Reilly, Sales Manager for Fisher Scientific said “We are delighted to continue our relationship with One Nucleus.  We  look forward to serving the needs of the membership in the years to come as we continue to expand the range of products in our portfolio and develop new ways to add value to the services we offer”.   
 
Background
 
The consortium has an annual spend of over £4 million on laboratory products with over 70 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.


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