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Two-thirds of businesses have not yet digitised their visitor management

While visitor management is more complicated than ever for businesses in the UK, a new a survey by Crown Records Management, a national digital transformation expert, has shown that two-thirds have not yet digitised the process. Businesses and employees have ...

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Novus continues success story in Yorkshire

Novus Property Solutions has secured a four-year maintenance contract with Harrogate Borough Council to fit approximately 300 kitchens per year. The maintenance and build contractor, which recently streamlined its market offering into three dedicated work streams as part of its ...

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Gather & Gather in London Metropolitan University win

Gather & Gather has won a new contract to deliver catering and hospitality services at London Metropolitan University. The two-year deal, which commenced on 1 August 2021 and has a value of £1.5million, will see Gather & Gather bring its award-winning ...

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New director of operations at Bidvest Noonan

Bidvest Noonan has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of Sarah Cork as Director of Operations for Security Solutions. The appointment follows the group’s recent investment in a new operating structure that saw the development of separate leadership, ...

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WCEC members first to be awarded Chartered Practitioner’s status

Senior members of the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners (WCEC) have led by example, as the first to receive the Award of Chartered Practitioner in Environmental Cleaning. They are the pathfinders making way for others in the UK cleaning industry, ...

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RICS announces consultation on new International Building Operating Standard

RICS is developing a data led, people centric, holistic standard benchmarking framework, referred to as IBOS (International Building Operating Standard), which goes beyond the traditional ways of measuring building performance, and places user experience at its heart. This person-centred and ...

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Atalian Servest and Karakuri’s robots to feed Ocado staff

Karakuri’s Semblr, the world’s leading food service robot, is preparing fresh, personalised lunches for the 4,000 employees returning to the office at Ocado’s headquarters. This is the world’s first installation of foodservice robotics in a large, high-volume catering environment and ...

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Reconomy acquires fast-growing intelligent supply chain business

Circular resource management specialist, Reconomy, has acquired global supply chain business, Advanced Supply Chain Group (ASCG), to support its long-term growth ambitions. This milestone transaction bolsters Reconomy Group’s position as a global leader in environmental E-commerce, and will allow ASCG’s ...

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Maxim FM on recruitment drive following a number of new contract wins

Maxim Facilities Management is looking to create up to 100 new jobs over the next year after winning a string of new contracts across the country. The Sunderland-based firm provides commercial contract cleaning and facilities management services to public and ...

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The built environment industry join forces to reduce onsite emissions from construction plant and equipment

The Supply Chain Sustainability School (SCSS) is leading the way for the UK’s built environment to drastically reduce onsite emissions to air generated from plant and equipment which are harmful to human health and the planet. The Plant Commitment Charter was developed ...

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