Eurovia Vinci generates 69.4% of its revenue from transport infrastructure construction and urban development on a global scale. Through Ringway and Ringway Jacobs, Eurovia Vinci manage street lighting networks in Isle of Wight, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Cheshire, London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire and North Yorkshire.
The contract is to supply Street Lighting Components to 24 depots located across the UK for term maintenance, PFI’s and project works.
As part of the supply chain for the £8.5 million framework agreement, Eurovia Vinci and Smith Bros have committed to shaping the future of the highways maintenance industry. Working in partnership together to raise standards and ensure that we are delivering highways infrastructure which will improve public places and provide sustainable benefits to local communities.
"Smith Bros have been a great asset to our supply chain for the last 30 months as supplier of the street lighting components framework. They have provided expert advice on the full range of street lighting products and have added value to our service with efficient, cost effective solutions and service. They are a pleasure to work with and we are grateful for the hard work provided by our account manager Emma Gadsby and the rest of the team in Doncaster"
Paul Tillier, Eurovia Vinci
Senior Category Manager