Conwy-based business, Chemsol Cymru, supplies essential hand sanitiser stations to Cardiff City Council to help in the fight against Covid-19
Cardiff City Council were looking to source hand sanitiser stations to be located in high usage areas across the City for the protection against covid-19. The unit needed to be fully secure with a lockable door, robust, weatherproof and provide large storage of hand sanitiser.
The Council had not had a requirement for hand sanitiser before the pandemic, they used the NPS Cleaning and Janitorial Materials and Washroom Services framework as it provided them with a quick and compliant route to market.
As there was not currently a product on the market that met all of their urgent needs, the Council contacted the framework suppliers with details of exactly what they required. As a result, a bespoke hand sanitiser station was designed and manufactured in Wales to meet their requirements by Conwy based supplier, Chemsol.
Hayley Evans, Senior Category Specialist, Cardiff City Council said:
We had specific requirements of Hand Sanitiser Stations, with tight timescales. Chemsol went above and beyond to fully meet our requirements. From a concept design to the delivered product, we received professional, quality and efficient service. Thank you for all your help with the supply of sanitiser stations, and refills. We look forward to working with you on future projects.
Nick Lewis, Director, Chemsol said:
“Being awarded a place as an approved supplier on the NPS Framework could not have come at a better time for us. We are proud to be a part of the Framework and really value the support from the NPS Framework Manager who is always on hand to provide support and guidance.
“The opportunity of working with Cardiff City Council enabled us to continue trading through unprecedented times and it was a pleasure to work with their professional and efficient procurement team. The team’s ongoing communication and support really helped to ensure the project was a success.
“We are grateful to have a great working relationship with both the NPS and, Cardiff Council and look forward to continue working with them as part of the Framework.”