A supplier of personal protection equipment and clothing has
secured a five-figure deal to become the leading provider to
Nottingham City Homes...
Arden Winch will supply Nottingham City Homes with all its
safety equipment and clothing, such as gloves and high-visibility
Nottingham City Homes manages Nottingham City Council's rented
and leasehold homes and is responsible for the management of around
29,000 houses servicing repairs, rent collection and tenancy
Arden Winch has had a base in Nottingham for more than 15 years
and last year the company saw growth in the city increase by 20 per
The deal with Nottingham City Homes is one of the first to be
secured through Efficiency East Midlands (EEM), which supports the
procurement of asset management services for predominantly East
Midlands based housing organisations.
Arden Winch, which celebrates its 200th anniversary this year,
also has offices in Sheffield and Featherstone, employing 40 people
across its three locations.
Steve Barker, managing director of Arden Winch, said: "We are
delighted to establish the partnership with Nottingham City Homes
with this exciting new deal. The partnership with EEM could see
more public sector organisations access our services across the
"The contract is significant for us and continues the company's
success in recent years. The Nottingham office is well-established
and has developed a good reputation for serving the East Midlands
area. This has led to the business enjoying year-on year growth and
we have plans for future investments to be made in the region."
Arden Winch is committed to supporting the Beeston area of
Nottingham and recently contributed to the Beeston BID (Business
Improvement District) scheme, which will see £1million invested
into the area during the next five years.
Steve added: "We are proud of our presence in Nottingham and
support the Beeston BID scheme to improve the area for businesses
and local people. Arden Winch intends to remain in the city for
many years to come."