Lennox, the Irish scientific, industrial and laboratory solutions company, has been awarded a three-year tender to provide medical and first aid supplies for Dublin Fire Brigade and Dublin City Council.
Lennox will deliver weekly medical supplies to all 15 Dublin Fire Brigade stations, in addition to providing first aid supplies to other Dublin City Council (DCC) departments, as required.
As well as a dedicated online ordering portal, the company will also create and deliver a bespoke reporting system ‘LennoxLIVE’, to allow Dublin Fire Brigade and DCC management to see real-time dashboards of product orders, by station, at no additional cost.
Richard Hedderman, DFB’s Assistant Chief Fire Officer, said that they’re delighted to work with Lennox to keep the fire stations, ambulances and frontline staff stocked with a reliable provision of high-quality medical and first aid supplies.
“Lennox’s demonstrated dedication to customer service, the dedicated reporting and ordering portals and their extensive infrastructure meant that we knew we would be in safe hands. We look forward to building this relationship over the coming months.”
Over the last three years, Lennox has invested over €2m, increasing warehousing space to over 46,500 square feet with specialist storage facilities, expanding its output capacity and setting up its own logistics fleet.
Leslie Brett., Lennox CEO (pictured left) said: “Dublin Fire Brigade needed a supplier with the agility, expertise and experience to ensure they have what they need when they need it.
“Our recent investment in our warehousing, capacity and delivery fleet will ensure Lennox can facilitate fast turnaround and sufficient stocks needed by Dublin Fire Brigade and can accommodate emergency deliveries 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.”
The company works with customers and suppliers operating across sectors in Ireland, including pharma, bioprocessing, food and beverage, medical devices, higher education, agri-business, life science, R&D, hospitals, biotechnology, and independent laboratories. In 2019, the company was named ‘Laboratory Supplier of the Year’ at the Irish Laboratory Awards