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OCS receives UTC Aerospace Systems contract extension

Posted 29 June 2017 · Add Comment

Family owned total facilities management provider OCS, based in Crawley, Surrey, has been awarded a five-year (2+2+1), multi-service contract by UTC Aerospace Systems company, for its Goodrich Actuations Systems' Wolverhampton site.

Above: OCS is now in its fifth generation of family ownership, with the business having been started in 1900 by Frederick William Goodliffe, operating as a sole trader under the name of The New Century Window and General Cleaning Company.

OCS has been working with Goodrich Actuation Systems Limited since 2011 to deliver facilities services at the company’s five UK sites.
 
The contract for the Wolverhampton site involves a range of services including reception and mail room, waste management, cleaning, security and catering.
 
Martin Edwards, Managing Director, Business and Industry, commented: "We are delighted to continue our work with Goodrich Actuation Systems. We believe our success is based on service consistency and strong contract management and has been a real team effort."

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