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ISS signs global IFS partnership deal with healthcare company

ISS has entered into a new and expanded partnership with a global healthcare company, which will transform the existing relationship with the customer from servicing a few markets to a global IFS partnership.

ISS has provided facility services for the global healthcare company for a number of years in selected markets. The new partnership agreement, will see ISS gradually deliver Integrated Facility Services (IFS) through its self-delivery model across a large number of countries globally.

The new contract period initially runs from 1 January 2023 to the end of 2027 curating workplace experiences through delivering services such as cleaning and specialised cleaning, food, office and technical services. These will be delivered by more than 600 ISS placemakers.

Sam Hockman, CEO of Global Key Accounts at ISS, commented: “We look forward to further developing this great multi-year partnership. At ISS, it is all about service experience and the value our employees bring to the places we serve. Our self-delivery model ensures we work in a collaborative way integrating services and deploying technology where it makes sense. This is what creates real value for our customers and will benefit this new partnership.”

The partnership is expected to represent an estimated annual revenue of just below 0.5 per cent of the ISS Group revenue, when fully implemented.

2023 FMJ and Grundon Recycling and Waste Management Survey

FMJ in conjunction with Grundon Waste Management is pleased to launch the 2023 waste management and recycling survey which examines the ways in which FMs approach their waste management responsibilities.

In this, the sixth year for the annual appraisal, we know there is a greater opportunity than ever for FMs to reappraise their waste and recycling operations and help their organisations meet the growing pressure to achieve ESG goals.

We want to learn how FMs have adapted to the legislative, economic and societal changes of the past year and how they plan to meet the latest waste and recycling targets.

In this survey we’ve posed a series of questions which include insights into FMs’ waste management strategy and targets, how they’re moving towards zero waste targets, and the importance of not just meeting compliance targets but also ESG goals.

The results of the 2023 survey will be published in FMJ magazine and form the basis of a white paper co-written by FMJ and the experts at Grundon on how to approach waste and recycling strategies.

To take part click here.

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