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Ruapehu seeks photocopier supplier

Ruapehu seeks photocopier supplier

The Ruapehu District Council (RDC) has announced a tender for a new supplier of photocopiers and multifunction devices (MFDs).

The council currently has a leasing agreement with Konika Minolta but that agreement has now expired. It is looking for a “well-known commercial brand” to provide high quality, energy efficient equipment. The new supplier will need to be able to provide local support within the central North Island.

RDC’s nine printing locations currently take a total of 900,000 black and white copies per annum, along with 144,000 colour copies in the same period of time.

Registrations of Interest can be submitted until 22 October and the tender will close on 12 November. The Ruapehu DC will then award the contract to a supplier in early December so that installation can begin at the end of January.

Submissions for this Request for Proposal (RFP) can be made via email by prior arrangement with the Ruapehu DC or by post to the council’s Taumarunui office.


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