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3663 signs £27.5m deal with ISS

10 December 2007 by
3663 signs £27.5m deal with ISS

3663 First for Foodservice has signed a deal worth £27.5m to supply facilities management company ISS with chilled and ambient products.

The five-year deal, worth £5.5m in annual turnover, will see 3663 supply business and industry caterer ISS Eaton and ISS Mediclean.

John Pearce, procurement manager of ISS, said: "3663 has a comprehensive range of healthier and special food products and offer the infrastructure to deliver the service levels that we demand.

"Its continued effort to make a tangible difference in terms of sustainability is also one of the key areas that sets it apart from the competition, and matches our ambitions."

ISS, which celebrates its 40 year in the UK in 2008, services more than 300 hospitals, 60 education units and 2,000 business and industry sectors.


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