Translink Teams Up With InterTradeIreland

Translink has teamed up with InterTradeIreland to deliver a supplier engagement event with a difference.

Taking place on Tuesday 26 February 2019 in Titanic Belfast, suppliers will have the opportunity to not only meet Translink's procurement team but also engage directly with decision-makers across the Group's key business functions.
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Suppliers will gain an invaluable insight into Translink's specific business needs and how they can most effectively offer their services. The event will include engagement opportunities across a range of disciplines including engineering, fleet and vehicle maintenance, construction, professional services, property maintenance, marketing/PR and technology. There will also be workshops examining various aspects of the tendering process plus a number of current Translink suppliers will discuss sub-contractor opportunities.

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