Supply Chain

The “Ashe Force” supply chain is a vital part of everything we do. We have projects spread throughout the Midlands and south east of England serviced by an experienced and dedicated supply chain which helps us to deliver efficiency benefits to all our partners.  We use the knowledge and skills of a fully integrated local supply chain which includes sub-contractors, suppliers and consultants. We share our experiences, initiatives and the lessons learned from all of our collaborative partnerships.

We have committed to helping the communities in which we work through tender opportunities, training, employment and environmental initiatives with assistance from local support agencies. We are proud to fund training through our framework partners such as the empa Academy which provides development and careers for people. If you’d like to become a supplier to Ashe, please contact our Procurement Manager, Darren Owen.

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We work with Construction Training Group Beds and Herts* to deliver high quality training to our staff and supply chain.  This partnership is continuing with the release of a suite of online training courses specific to the construction industry with course prices starting at just £14.50 per person.

We have found that equivalent high quality on-line training offers significant advantages compared to traditional classroom training, not just in terms of cost, but also in respect of disruption to site activities. 

The course range from topics that are mandatory across all relevant Ashe sites such as Asbestos Awareness & Refreshers (UKATA) to Abrasive Wheels, Manual Handling and Working at Height (ROSPA). 

For more details on the training courses please contact Gary Finck on 07468 690688, alternatively the training courses are accessed through the Beds & Herts online portal.

 *Construction Training Group Beds and Herts are a not for profit organisation who exist to facilitate and improve the skills and training of the construction industry.