The global consultancy, construction and facilities management company, has been appointed by a leading international automotive engineering firm, to deliver facilities management services across its global operations.
Mace is planning to offer FM services across 16 locations in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific.
Teams have already been mobilised across European locations, including Romania – a first for the FM business – to support the client in managing and optimising day-to-day operations of its manufacturing plants.
In addition to driving consistent service delivery across the client’s global portfolio, Mace will work with the client team to achieve clear sustainability targets including on energy and carbon reduction, single use plastics and social value.
Mace’s project account team will focus on working with the client to provide continuous service delivery, overseen through its digital reporting platforms and supported with data-led insights.
With plant uptime a key driver across the contract, Mace will be leveraging its flexible service delivery approach to support the fluctuating nature of the manufacturing operations.
Speaking about the new contract award, Ross Abbate, CEO for Operate, said: “We are delighted to have been appointed to this contract as the facilities manager for the client’s operations globally.
“As part of the new contract, Mace is providing FM services for the first time in Romania, marking another step in our international expansion. Our breadth of capability and our outsourcing model means that we are agile and can adapt to support our clients wherever they choose to grow their operations.
“Our facilities management teams will work with the client to transform their manufacturing plant operations with low carbon solutions, using data driven insights to generate workflow and manufacturing efficiencies on their sites.”
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