Advice for rail users affected by RMT action: 27 September until 1 October
The RMT Union has announced further industrial action that would affect CrossCountry services from the start of Friday 27 September until the end of Tuesday 1 October. We remain in discussions with the RMT to seek a resolution and customers are advised to check our website for the latest travel information.
If this action goes ahead then on most days there would be little impact on our services. However, services on Sunday 29 September would be severely restricted. Seat reservations have been suspended and alternative arrangements are being prepared and will be made available here when finalised.
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We are keen to maintain and where possible improve our relationships with current suppliers. It is important that CrossCountry provide you with clear and up to date information and we also ask that you communicate efficiently with us, so that we can keep things running smoothly. Our successful relationship requires cooperation and the ability to overcome challenging yet rewarding objectives, which will be influential in the growth of both parties involved.
We recognise that your (supplier) details will change over time. If you do change any details such as bank, telephone numbers or emails etc, then please contact the Purchasing Department. Any commercial changes will be verified through secondary contacts and security information. These changes will not be finalised unless fully validated.
There will be occasions where costs may change both up and down. Any changes to price MUST be agreed by the Purchasing Department BEFORE they are implemented. Supporting information will be required. We request at least 3 months notification of price changes to allow for discussions/agreement to take place.
Please do not invoice a different price against a Purchase Order. Unless a supplier notifies their CrossCountry customer of a discrepancy of a PO price variance and obtains a corrected PO with a correct price then CrossCountry will honour the original PO price only.
Product alternatives may need to be substituted on occasion and although we want to avoid this if at all possible we also need to be able to ensure changes can be accommodated where appropriate. Specification changes MUST be agreed by the Purchasing Department BEFORE they are implemented. If possible we will request at least a month's notification of a specification/product change to allow for discussions/agreement to take place. and the possible cancellation of a request.
Please do not deliver or invoice for a different specification/product against a PO.
Unless a supplier notifies their CrossCountry customer of the changes to a PO specification/product and obtains a corrected PO with a correct specification/product then CrossCountry may cancel the PO and seek damages.
If you feel you have more to offer CrossCountry in the way of goods or services then please contact the Purchasing Department via firstname.lastname@example.org. Should our requirements change we can then use this information to identify you as a potential provider.