Mace Operate recognised as top international FM supplier

International consultancy, services and construction management business, Mace, has been called because the top international amenities management company by consultancy company, Hospitality Group.

Mace has been recognised because the top-rated company of international facilities administration providers in a benchmarking workout, where FM customers were asked to examine the performance of many top FM suppliers globally.

Mace’s Operate company was awarded a rating of 8.5 out of 10 for the Service provider Performance Score, seated above the entire average of 8.1. Mace was evaluated extremely by its customers and scored particularly properly on the designs of ‘alignment with the primary company’ and ‘operational excellence’.

Mace had been joined up with by fellow FM organisations Flexim Team, JLL, Sodexo, CBRE and iss in the evaluation, and has been scored on its client human relationships and collaboration highly. Notable primary competencies for Mace integrated its people-orientated approach, collaboration and teamwork and advancement.

Mace’s FM company proceeds to leverage its third-party supply chain shipping model to provide facilities management for customers across geographically dispersed portfolios. Despite challenges over the industry throughout 2020 and 2021, the continuing company says it has noticed growing success, securing opportunities with developing and retail customers operating throughout international portfolios.

Ross Abbate, CEO for Operate, mentioned:  “Our position in both European countries and around the world continues to reinforce, and recognition of the type is really a testimony of the effort and commitment of our groups working across our customer portfolios. Mace prides itself on constructing long-lasting partnerships with this clients, attempting to redefine the boundaries of ambition together.”

year the provider overall performance exercise has been performed by Hospitality Team

This is actually the sixth, and the very first time companies beyond your Dutch market have already been asked to take part.

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