Wincanton has extended its framework agreement with BAE Systems for five years.
The contract extension builds on existing services provided by Wincanton for BAE Systems, incorporating supply chain solutions across its air sector and UK shipbuilding operations, extending a 23-year relationship.
Over the course of its relationship, Wincanton and BAE Systems have worked together in partnership to create technology solutions.
Wincanton will continue to integrate its track and trace portal for material movements with BAE Systems’ purchasing systems, improving supply chain visibility.
Wincanton will also support BAE Systems to achieve its target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 through increased alignment of operations and services.
Carl Meewezen, managing director for public and industrial sectors at Wincanton, said: “This is a major contract extension for Wincanton, and we are looking forward to growing our long-standing relationship.
“Our supply chain solutions enable BAE Systems to deliver essential capabilities for the Ministry of Defence and the United Kingdom Government and we will continue to collaborate closely with the customer in this important sector.”
John Champion, director for shared services and indirect procurement services at BAE Systems, added: “We are pleased to continue our relationship with Wincanton and jointly take steps to ensure that we are looking holistically across our operations.
“This a great piece of collaboration between our two companies to align existing services under a single agreement, creating a foundation for delivering continuous improvement and efficiencies to the benefit of both parties.”