Ergo Asia lands $10 million Centrelink contract

The contract, which commenced on 30 May and runs for three years, comes under the Federal government’s collaborative multi-agency design, production and distribution tender strategy.

Ergo is one of four suppliers on the Federal print management panel, alongside Stream, Rothfield Print & Image and Foxprint Solutions.

Ergo Asia chief executive Eugene Cora told ProPrint: “We are very pleased to be supporting the innovative Centrelink print management model.

“Ergo leading workflow technology will be leveraged to its fullest for this deployment and will provide transparency and fairness to supply markets,” added Cora, whose company has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, New Zealand, China and India.

A Centrelink spokesperson told ProPrint: “In procuring printing and production work, Ergo Asia will exclusively be using the printing and production multi-use list established by Centrelink in 2009 under the multi-Federal government agency collaborative Design, Production and Distribution tender arrangements.”

The print production panel, which currently has 81 members, is currently being refreshed. Approved suppliers will be able to compete for around $27 million of work across 27 government agencies.

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