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ISS wins food services deal with Eurotunnel 

ISS has landed a contract to provide a full range of food services for Eurotunnel employees and contractors at two sites in the UK The ISS food service business delivers seven-day operations alongside some ad-hoc hospitality service.  ISS provides a ...

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Eric Born to join Serco as a non-executive director

International service company, Serco Group, has announced the appointment of Eric Born as a Non-Executive Director of the business and a member of the Audit and Corporate Responsibility Committees with effect from 1 January 2019. Born has been Chief Executive ...

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Norse third quarter books in over £1m of new business

The commercial services division of Norse has added over £1 million of new business across its operating divisions and local authority partnerships in its third quarter. Highlights of the quarter’s growth include new business to the tune of £62k of ...

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Interserve merges divisions

Interserve has merged its Citizen Services division with its Support Services division in order it says ‘to establish a stronger, simpler and more efficient support services offering’. Citizens Services, which embraces Justice, Interserve Learning and Employment and Interserve Healthcare, has ...

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Sodexo wins grounds maintenance deal

Sodexo has won a five-year grounds maintenance contract with Surrey Heath Borough Council. The contract starts on 1 February 2019 and includes all SHBC-owned and maintained parks and green spaces, including sports pitches and bowling greens, along with highway verges. ...

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ISS renews with Swisscom

ISS Switzerland and Swisscom have renewed their agreement early, extending from 1 January 2019 until the end of March 2024 under a new contract model that emphasises transparency, efficiency and innovation. The renewed service agreement comprises 24 data centres, around ...

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Moneypenny awarded three-star accreditation from Best Companies for fifth time

Outsourced communications provider, Moneypenny, has received a prestigious three-star accreditation by Best Companies for the fifth time. The award is only given by Best Companies to those companies deemed ‘extraordinary’ and adds to what has been an incredible few months for ...

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Lost in translation

For FM service providers with large dispersed workforces, staying in contact can be a problem. FM communications specialist Cathy Hayward finds out how different vendors keep in touch with their people The FM sector employs roughly 10 per cent of ...

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Major overhaul of England’s waste strategy announced

A major new government strategy unveiled by the Environment Secretary Michael Gove (Tuesday 18 December 2018) will force businesses and manufacturers to pay the full cost of recycling or disposing of their packaging waste.  The move will overhaul England’s waste ...

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Source of strife

Outsourcing has had somewhat of a bad press this year. Here Valerie Bonnin, Director at Incendium Consulting explains why she thinks it still works and how to avoid its pitfalls The demise of big firms such as Carillion has left ...

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