Devon Norse has secured two significant new contracts with pharmaceutical company, Accord Healthcare.
The contracts will dsicover Norse providing a number of facilities management and catering services at the company’s Barnstaple site in North Devon.
This will are the provision of high-quality catering, hygiene and cleaning services, along with the management of maintenance and waste requirements over the site.
The contract award represents Norse Devon’s major venture into commercial FM services first.
Devon Norse Managing Director, Matt Wilby, said: “We’re delighted to be employed in partnership with Accord Healthcare with this exciting new contract, ensuring its premises continue being maintained to the best standards.
“With a shared commitment to the neighborhood community and creating economic opportunities in Devon, we anticipate supporting Accord’s day-to-day operations by delivering outstanding catering and FM services.
“This contract win is really a very significant development for Devon Norse also, also it offers great prospect of us to go in the foreseeable future further, dealing with more clients in the industry facilities management sector.
“We curently have a proven history of success of this type, working with our jv partners at Devon County Council, and hopefully to expand with this in future – once we continue to demonstrate how exactly we can deliver an extremely efficient and effective service that clients can depend on.”
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