Atalian Servest's services contract with Post Office extended by two years

18 March 2020 by
Atalian Servest chef cooking pizza. Contract with Post Office extended by 2 years

Facilities management firm Atalian Servest's £3.7m services contract with the Post Office has been extended by two years.

The original contract commenced in 2014 with Atalian Servest providing cleaning services. The remit has since been extended and it now supplies catering, landscaping, pest control, gritting, window cleaning, waste management, feminine hygiene, reception and security services across 162 sites.

Steve Norris, head of property for the Post Office said: "Atalian Servest's expertise means they are a key part of the smooth running of Post Office. We have great processes in place between us and they are very quick at presenting innovative solutions. We strive to uphold very high standards at the Post Office and I view Atalian Servest as an extension to the team that helps us to meet these. We look forward to continuing our journey together."

Atalian Servest chief executive Daniel Dickson said: "Since 2014, we have had a great collaborative relationship with the Post Office and together have implemented significant change. We remain committed to supporting the Post Office and are delighted to be continuing this partnership, further building on the great work that has already been achieved."

Atalian Servest is one of the world's largest facilities service providers. It has over 125,000 employees in 33 countries and an annual turnover of more than €3b (£2.75b).

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