New council contracts for Stannah Stairlifts


Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Stannah Stairlifts has created four new jobs in the Liverpool and Sheffield areas through the winning of new contracts with both city councils. The contract with Liverpool is worth around £2.lm a year and enables the City Council to install about 700 stairlifts into council and private properties (using the Disabled Facilities Grant) each year over a three-year period. The contract with Sheffield, worth £2.5m, enables the council to install about 900 stairlifts into council properties over the next three years, with a view to extending the contract for a possible further two year period. Stannah won both contracts after each was put out to tender at the end of their three-year deals with the previous incumbents. Both councils gave similar reasons for choosing to work with Stannah, saying that Stannah offered the best value for money in terms of its overall approach, the quality of its products, its installation process and after sales service. Partnering the UK¹s premier supplier of stairlifts and associat





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