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80:20 Procurement awarded North Sea asset contract by Total

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80:20 Procurement Services was recently awarded a contract from Total E&P UK Ltd (TEPUK) for general consumables and ad-hoc material supply.

80:20 forms part of the international logistics company Peterson and is a provider of value-added outsourced procurement solutions.

The contract, which started in January 2021, has been awarded for three years and extends 80:20’s coverage to all of TEPUK’s North Sea assets. The scope of work throughout this period comprises supply of commodities from hand tools to absorbents and other general consumable materials.

Mark Selbie, Business Development Manager at 80:20, said: “We are delighted to announce our recent contract award with TEPUK for general consumables and ad-hoc supply. The expertise found within our team will ensure the company benefits through cost savings, waste reduction and improved supply chain efficiency.

"This contract award solidifies our pre-existing, collaborative relationship with TEPUK and is a testament to the hard work, diverse procurement capability and excellent customer service given by all at 80:20.”

80:20 continues to support TEPUK’s onshore asset at the Shetland Gas Plant. All North Sea offshore assets including Alwyn, Dunbar, Gryphon, Culzean, Ailsa and Elgin Franklin are now covered by this contract.


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