The UK’s second largest airport, London Gatwick are looking to work with local businesses as part of the development and maintenance of the airport.
Between 2014 and 2015 Gatwick Airport spent more than £80 million with local companies through procurement contracts and this looks set to continue.
Alasdair McDermott from Gatwick Airport recently gave an overview of the local procurement for the airport.
View the PowerPoint presentation to find out more information about where businesses can find out about the opportunities available and what they look for in applications.
Chamber Director, Sean Dennis commented:
“Gatwick are committed to spending more money with local companies, which is great news for businesses in the South East. It offers them a great opportunity to secure large contracts, helping them to grow and employ more staff.”
For more information about working with Gatwick Airport, visit their procurement site which links to the various way they advertise available contracts.