Aramark wins £27m bundled services deal with Total E&P

22 April 2013 by
Aramark wins £27m bundled services deal with Total E&P

Aramark has added £27m of bundled services business with Total Exploration & Production to its portfolio of North Sea contracts.

The five-year deal to deliver catering, cleaning, laundry, janitorial services, maintenance, emergency response and heli-deck services across three platforms is understood to be one of the biggest in the offshore sector.

The contract was previously operated by ESS, part of Compass Group, and covers the Elgin Franklin, Dunbar and North Alwyn platforms.

Aramark will also support Total on a one-off project this year to deliver services on board the Safe Bristolia Accommodation Barge, for a 173-day period whilst she is alongside Elgin Franklin (pictured).

"When people are working offshore, their platforms are both their workplaces and their second homes," says Mike Ball, managing director, Aramark Scotland and Offshore. "In this environment, staff will be at their most productive when they are healthy in body and mind, comfortable in their surroundings and feel well looked after.

"This premise was at the heart of our proposals for working with TOTAL, backed by our world-class health and safety track record."

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