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Post Office Extends Multi-Service Contract

17.03.2020, 17:49

Post Office Extends Multi-Service Contract

UK postal delivery service, Post Office Ltd, has extended a multi-service contract worth £3.7 million with Atalian Servest for a further two years.


The original contract which commenced in 2014 relates to the provision of waste management and cleaning services, with the goal of reducing both the cost and carbon footprint of the services.

The facilities management provider will now be responsible for providing an extended portfolio of services including cleaning and window cleaning management, catering, landscaping, pest control, gritting, waste management, feminine hygiene management, reception and security services across 162 sites.

Post Office Ltd operates over 11,500 branches across the UK, and offers over 170 different products and services including postal services, financial services, government services, broadband and home phone, foreign currency, travel insurance and Local Collect, Drop and Go mail services.

Commenting on the contract, Steve Norris, Head of Property for Post Office Ltd, said: “Atalian Servest’s expertise means they are a key part of the smooth running of Post Office Ltd. 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.”

Daniel Dickson, CEO UK & Ireland at Atalian Servest, added: “Since 2014, we have had a great collaborative relationship with the Post Office and together have implemented significant change. We are proud to be continuing that.”

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