Sodexo retains £1.2m contract with City of London Police

16 September 2009 by
Sodexo retains £1.2m contract with City of London Police

Sodexo has successfully retained a £1.2m contract to provide catering and hospitality services to the City of London Police.

The new contract is for three years with an option to extend a further two years. The food and facilities management operator will provide services for 600 personnel.

David Bailey, Sodexo's divisional managing director, said: "Our long relationship and understanding of the needs of the customer for this contract has meant we have successfully retained this contract.

"We are pleased to continue our partnership with the City of London Police and will continue to deliver a first class service."

Sodexo has been providing services at four sites to the City of London Police for ten years.

Its service includes the provision of emergency feeding to support undercover/response operations.

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By Janie Stamford

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