DMA Signs are proud to announce we are now an approved supplier on a number of frameworks including: ESPO, NEUPC, LUPC, HEPCW, NWUPC, SUPC, CPC and APUC

ESPO - DMA Signs is proud to have been awarded a supplier position on the ESPO (Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation) framework 344. The contract covers the supply of standard and bespoke signs, using a variety of materials suitable for internal and/or external use.

ESPO is one of the UK's largest public sector professional buying organisations. It operates on a not-for-profit cost recovery basis and is committed to delivering best value to its customers, suppliers and local communities. To find out more information about ESPO please visit their website: 

Following DMA Signs success within the higher education sector, we are now an agreed supplier under Framework Agreement EFM2006 NE covering all types of signage including: health & safety signs, wayfinding, hoardings, banners, illuminated & solar powered, from consultation to manufacture and installation.

NEUPC (North Eastern Universities Purchasing Consortium Ltd) is one of six UK Higher Education purchasing consortia established to deliver and manage a wide range of collaborative framework agreements designed to maximise third party expenditure within the higher education sector.

The NEUPC forms part of the Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC) which also includes the following:

LUPC (London Universities Purchasing Consortium) is a not-for-profit professional buying organisation. LUPC’s core membership is made up of universities and colleges of higher education in and around the capital, as well as national organisations from the wider not-for-profit sector.

HEPCW (Higher Education Purchasing Consortium Wales) is a purchasing consortium supported and funded by Welsh Higher Education institutions (HEIs).

NWUPC (North Western Universities Purchasing Consortium) is a not for profit organisation owned by its Full members consisting of 23 Universities within the North West Region.

SUPC (Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium) is one of the largest purchasing consortia in England and our members, who are mainly based in southern England, are charitable organisations that operate in the tertiary education sectors.

APUC (Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges) Limited is the procurement centre of expertise for all of Scotland universities and colleges.