A landscape view of the Scunthorpe site including conveyors, cooling towers and blast furnaces
Service providers will be supporting operations at the Scunthorpe site
27 Jun 2018

British Steel on the search for innovative service providers

British Steel is looking for innovative service providers to support manufacturing operations at its Scunthorpe site.
   
The business produces around 2.8 million tonnes of steel every year but none of this would be possible without having highly effective and efficient support for its manufacturing units.

British Steel is currently in the process of going out to market for a wide range of civils and infrastructure service activities to ultimately support manufacturing operations in Scunthorpe, Teesside, Skinningrove and at its distribution centres.

Kelly Branford, British Steel’s Procurement Senior Sourcing Lead Services, said: “We’re seeking innovative, performance-driven service providers that meet our pre-selection criteria, are passionate about what they do and focused on delivering value to their customers.

“This is an exciting opportunity for new and existing suppliers to be involved in offering alternative, innovative and proven service solutions that will support British Steel in producing steel of the highest quality and at the best value for our customers.”

The services required relate to civil and infrastructure activities across British Steel’s sites and include:

• Civil repairs
• Joinery repairs
• Brickwork
• General building
• Glazing
• Painting and decorating
• Floors and ceilings
• Window and door furniture
• Production outages
• Manufactured joinery production
• Road maintenance
• Utility repairs
• Mechanical services
• Electrical services
• Drainage/sanitation (parts only) pump station maintenance
• Production support activities
• Pest control
• Wheel wash maintenance and service
• Winter/summer grounds maintenance

Kelly added: “We’re keen to explore optimum solutions, including the use of the latest technology to maximise our operating results and deliver best value for our business.”

Proven knowledge and experience of working within the steel industry or similar environment and working in high pressure (production-critical) situations will be essential for consideration.

If you think your company can offer value to British Steel you can register for an event that is being held on Friday 6 July at 9.30am in its Scunthorpe Conference Centre. This will provide businesses with the opportunity to gain more information on the requirements of British Steel as well as a tour of the Scunthorpe site.

Due to limited availability please get in touch to book your place at the event with Tim Allison (Sourcing Lead Procurement) – tim.allison@britishsteel.co.uk – before 10am on Monday 2 July.