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Atea Denmark wins tender for the Danish state and 80 municipalities

Press release 2019-06-26

Staten og Kommunernes Indkøbsservice A/S (SKI), the largest public procurement organization in Denmark, has selected Atea as supplier on a large tender for printers and copying machines to the Danish state and 80 municipalities called 'udbud 50.10 Kopi og print'.

Atea has been chosen as the sole supplier on one part of the tender; small printers and multifunction printers, whilst Atea has been chosen as one of three suppliers for the other part of the tender; large printers and multifunction printers.

The agreement is new for Atea. The tender has an estimated value of DKK 800 million over four years. In addition to the 80 municipalities and the state that are obliged to buy printers via 50.10, other public sector customers can use the agreement on a voluntary basis.

“We are happy to be chosen as a supplier on this significant tender and look forward to delivering high quality printer solutions for both the state and the municipalities," commented Morten Felding, Managing Director, Atea Denmark.
The Danish state can start to place orders according to the tender from September 1st, 2019. The decision to award the tender to Atea can be appealed until July 4th, in accordance with the current public procurement regulations.

For further information, please contact:
Steinar Sønsteby, CEO Atea ASA, mobile (+47) 930 55 655
Robert Giori, CFO Atea ASA, mobile (+47) 934 09 188

About Atea
Atea is the leading supplier of IT infrastructure and system integration in the Nordic and Baltic regions with 7,400 employees. Atea is present in 87 cities in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Atea delivers IT products from leading vendors and assists its customers with specialist competencies within IT infrastructure services. Atea had revenue of approximately NOK 35 billion in 2018 and is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange.

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