Proludic - Public Sector Contracts

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Supplier summary

Over the past year, Proludic* has featured in 8 contract award notices by 3 public sector buyers. The data source is Contracts Finder. There are 8 unique titles.

The following chart shows awarded value against the date of publication.

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Operating locations

Proludic has 2 identifiable locations. The principal location is Nottingham in region East Midlands. Buyers span 6 UK regions.

(UK geochart with 2 supplier locations and 7 buyer locations.)

Supplier locations:

  • Nottingham - 7
  • Leicester - 1

Regions served:

  • London - 2
  • North West - 1
  • Yorkshire and The Humber - 1
  • South West - 1
  • East of England - 1
  • South East - 1
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Contracts awarded

8 published award notices.

Customer summary

Below is a summary of awards by industry sector and buyer. The table shows contract awards published in the past year.

Buyer name Region Total published Max. single award
London Borough of Hillingdon London 1 £350K
South Lakeland District Council North West 1 £122K
Central Bedfordshire Council East of England 2 £108K
Wakefield Council Yorkshire and The Humber 1 £48K
Yate Town Council South West 1 £40K
SE Shared Services South East 1 £___
Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames London 1 £230K
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Industry sectors

Award notices cover 2 industry sectors. The dominant sector is ENVIRONMENT.

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Contract values

6 award notices have published values. The indicative total spend including frameworks is £898K .

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Supplier names

This report covers supplier names that begin: PROLUDIC*.

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Framework suppliers

Here is a selection of organisations that have appeared alongside Proludic in published contract awards. Proludic may compete or collaborate with these organisations.

Further information

Buyers have provided the following website adddesses for supplier Proludic.

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