This makes it difficult for De Havilland to be able to negotiate with the De Havilland is focused on lowering our costs as we are clearly over paying for the flap shrouds and bay doors, we are also looking to move to a smaller base of vendors to permit each firm to capture economies of scale.
We want fixed pricing for five years, which is what Marton is offering.
This leaves little time to negotiate with the other two lower companies even if we wanted to.
I feel as though this is not a big a deal to Marton as it is to us, making us feel like we’re less in power, when we should have full control.
He spent loan spells at non-league Aldershot Town and Maidstone United.
In June 2018 it was announced that he would sign a permanent contract with Maidstone United in July 2018.De Havilland will need to clarify that Marton is able to perform the duties on a long-term basis and is able to provide and perform up to the service levels to meet standards.To mitigate risk, it would be recommended that De Havilland acquire Dollard Plastics for one year while awarding Marton the majority of the production of the flap shrouds and bay doors.After leaving Millwall in 2014 he had a brief spell, also in non-league, with Bishop's Stortford, before returning to league football with Sheffield Wednesday.He left the club after two years, having not made a first-team appearance, and signed for Wycombe Wanderers where he made his professional debut.is an English professional footballer who plays for Dover Athletic, as a defender.De Havilland began his career with Millwall, never making a first-team appearance, and spending loan spells with non-league clubs Cambridge City and Histon.When comparing price, one of the suppliers, Marton Enterprises had pricing that was less expensive by , 061,180 compared to the current provider, Dollard Plastics.De Havilland had approached Dollard and asked for a 25% discount; however, they disagreed and didn’t provide any counter offer.Alternatives and/ or Options: There is a possibility that awarding the bid to Marton may not be the best decision so in thinking this, I have decided that the BATNA with Marton would be to award the bid to the next best supplier, DAS Composites.If we can negotiate a Five year deal with Das and maybe bring the costs down slightly, we’d still be doing better than we were when dealing with Dollard Plastics.