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Christchurch City Council seeks print services

Christchurch City Council seeks print services

In an effort to tidy up print contracts, the Christchurch City Council is looking for suppliers for its printer needs. Tender documents released this week state that a number of print agreements are due to expire early next year.

The Council has a corporate print and production print division. The digital print services covers local and network printers including multi functional devices. It is open to receiving proposals from suppliers for a fully managed service.

Production print covers the Council’s commercial off-set printing of mass production print requirements.

Suppliers will be expected to maintain printing equipment, outsource copy services and manage network connections.

The deadline for replies is Friday, December 18. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 28074.


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