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Sodexo Government division retains key public sector contracts

​Sodexo UK & Ireland has successfully extended six government and police services contracts worth a combined value of some £34 million. Continuing its long-standing partnership with Transport for London, Sodexo’s 100-strong team will continue to provide catering services for employees of London Underground, the British Transport Police, the Metropolitan Police and London’s bus drivers for a further two years.  The team which includes over 38 different nationalities provide services 364 days a year, seven days a week, from 7am to 11pm.

Over 550 employees will continue to support His Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) following a one-year extension to Sodexo’s FM services contract for 48 sites, including ten of HMRC’s 14 regional centres.

Long-standing client Avon & Somerset Police has extended Sodexo’s contract for a further two years.   Sodexo has partnered with Avon & Somerset Police since 2012 with the Sodexo’s team of over 70 providing essential services for over 3,000 police officers and personnel at 54 police stations and sites spread across 1,855 square miles within South Gloucestershire, Bristol, Bath and Somerset. Services include: catering and hospitality services, cleaning and specialist cleaning services.

Further contract extensions include clients in Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Paul Anstey, CEO Government, Sodexo UK & Ireland said: “Our teams are focused on delivering excellence every day, working in partnership with client teams to provide workplaces that are well-run, efficient and encourage productivity in an environment that continues to evolve.

“At Sodexo we understand what it takes to create workplace experiences that both inspire and enable our clients to focus on their core roles. As a trusted partner to government we look forward to continuing to provide services that support delivery of public services and government priorities.”

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