Current Supplier Opportunities
Important Information for Suppliers
Magenta Living have implemented a web-based e-sourcing tool, through which the majority of our purchasing activity will be conducted.
To enable you to receive requests to Quote/ formal Invitations to tender, you are required to register an account, free of charge, on the portal via https://procontract.due-north.com/Register.
To be clear there are NO charges for registering, however to receive invitations to quote/ formal tenders and take part in our purchasing activities going forward you MUST be registered.
The use of the portal enables electronic notification of opportunities that may be of interest to you automatically, and the completion and submission of responses to those opportunities via the on-line tool, thus speeding up the process and removing the need to print off and submit hard copy responses.
Please note you must register the correct CPV code under ‘categories’ to ensure you receive alerts relevant to your business area
If you are already registered on this portal, please ensure you log in and edit your profile and ensure your account is up to date.
There are user guides to assist you with the registration process. However should you require any assistance or have any queries please contact us via email@example.com
Top Tips for Suppliers
Take a look at our Tips for Suppliers [pdf], which gives some information and guidance on how to complete and submit compliant RFQ, PQQ and tenders.
Contractors Code of Conduct
All contracted suppliers will be expected to abide by our Contractors Code of Conduct.
Terms and Conditions of Contract
Please read our Standard Terms And Conditions our Standard Contract [pdf] 584KB and our GDPR Framework Agreement - Master Voids.pdf [pdf] 726KB
Please take a look at our Procurement Policy.pdf[pdf] 245KB - it sets out how we purchase our goods, services and works.
Health & Safety
Any contractors appointed to deliver works contracts for us will be required to demonstrate compliance with current health and safety law.
Suppliers must hold a current Safety Systems in Procurement (SSIP) accreditation, which demonstrates that you have met the assessment requirements in SSIP within the last 12 months.