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The Swedish Transport Administration’s purchasing volume

Our purchases of contracts, services and goods amount to approximately SEK 53 billion per year. The purchases range from large contract procurements in the billions to IT solutions and procurements of cleaning and office services for internal needs.

The Swedish Transport Administration's total purchase volume in 2020 amounted to SEK 52,832 million – see summary below:

Graphics showing The Swedish Transport Administration’s purchasing volume

This is how the purchase volume was distributed

  • Contracts in the investment and maintenance operations amounted to SEK 37,843 million. This represents approximately 72 per cent of the total purchase volume.
  • The purchase volume for technical services and consultants was SEK 8,722 million. This represents approximately 16 per cent of the total purchase volume.
  • Materials (provided) and other services amounted to SEK 2,213 million. This corresponds to 4 per cent of total volume.
  • In total, investments and maintenance measures represent approximately 92 per cent of the total purchase volume.
  • The purchase volume for the Transport Administration’s 10 largest suppliers amounted to SEK 25,008 million. This corresponds to 47 per cent of the total purchase volume.
  • The purchase volume for the Swedish Transport Administration's 100 largest suppliers corresponds to approximately 85 per cent of the total purchase volume.
  • There were 7,450 suppliers to the Swedish Transport Administration.

The goal is the most benefit for the money

We are constantly working to create more benefit for the SEK 53 billion that goes to purchases. In order for us to succeed in this, it is important that the supplier markets work well.  We have received a mandate from the government in our role as employer to work specifically for functioning supplier markets in the form of increased productivity, innovation, competition and efficiency in the markets for investment, operation and maintenance. Market analysis is an important part of achieving this. The overall purpose of the market analysis is to investigate competition in the markets in which we operate and to describe what we are doing to develop different submarkets.