Elior booked by Norfolk police to provide catering and facilities services

03 April 2008 by
Elior booked by Norfolk police to provide catering and facilities services

Contract caterer Elior has won a deal worth £3m in total to feed police and staff at Norfolk Constabulary.

The company's Integrated Services division, formed last year as part of a company restructure, will provide catering and facilities management services at three main locations in Norfolk and some 60 additional police stations.

Ninety staff have transferred to Elior as part of the deal.

Elior said the deal reflected a desire form clients to have both staff feeding and soft facilities services provides, typically reception duties and meeting room management, provided by caterers.

In February Elior won a seven-year deal with power firm EDF Energy worth as much as £21m over the full term.

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