New Logistics & Warehousing commercial agreement from CCS

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Document Management and Logistics Category Team (DML), in partnership with YPO, are delighted to announce that in response to customer demand we are seeking to develop a Logistics & Warehousing commercial agreement.

This exciting development will be the first-ever cross public sector agreement in this marketplace.  We have issued a PIN notice to commence engagement with the market to understand the offerings, developments and future innovations and we are now reaching out to our colleagues within the Wider Public Sector and Central Government to ensure we design and deliver solutions that meet both your current and future needs.

Get involved

Our ask of you is that you join us right from the beginning of this process to help shape the design and scope of this agreement.  Regardless of the size or scale of your storage and distribution needs, we would highly value your input into:

  • The development of a fit for purpose, robust, commercially viable and highly competitive agreement that is suitable for all
  • Capturing the wealth of knowledge and experience of this market, and help us identify where we can learn from past experiences
  • The optimisation of commercial benefits that can be realised through a robust specification of requirements

By listening to your needs and combining a mix of suppliers that drive competition, our commercial agreement is intended to offer value for money whilst ensuring you have a fully EU compliant route to market.  As such we invite you to our initial engagement forums so that we can jointly shape this unique commercial agreement.

The dates for the forums are:

  • Thursday 11th July

Other dates and venues will be released shortly.

These will be hosted at Crown Commercial Service, 8th Floor, The Capital, Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3 9PP

Get started

To register for a place at one of the forums, or if you have any questions, please contact us via:

Fill in this online form quoting ‘engagement forums’

To find out more about this procurement, visit:


Call 0345 410 2222