PE Generators provide the hire of generators & associated equipment for Anglian Water Services Ltd
Anglian Water Services Ltd (“AWS”) is the largest water and wastewater company in England and Wales, covering 27,500 squared kilometres. The AWS region includes water and wastewater treatment works, reservoirs and networks stretching from the Humber in the north to the Thames in the south, from Northampton in the west across to the east coast. AWS also provides water services to the Hartlepool area as Hartlepool Water.
Anglian Water Services believe that maintaining a strong customer focus and continuous improvement in the delivery of quality services is critical to the success of their business. It requires the best performance from everyone working for Anglian Water as well as its suppliers. Prior to signing the contract, the tendering process included stringent ‘due- diligence visits’ to PE Generators premises in order for Anglian Water to assess and evaluate the company’s capabilities and strengths over
PE Generators were awarded the framework for the provision of generator hire & associated equipment for the Ruthamford area and secondary supplier to the other 3 areas (see map on left). PE Generators services are required for emergency as well as planned generator rental requirements.
The company was awarded the contract following a four month tendering process, which included pre qualifying processes and liaising with management teams. The agreement lasts for 3 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years upon mutual agreement.
A range of Super Silent generators for hire, ranging from 20kva to 1250kva. The fleet comprises of both the synchronised and standard rental fleet. Distribution, cabling and bunded fuel tanks are also part of AWS’s package.
Craig Hawtin (General Sales Manager at PE Generators) expressed his delight in winning the contract, “The employees at PE Generators work extremely hard and it’s great to see their work being rewarded, it will be a pleasure working with such a leading company.”