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10 November 2016

Mitie wins pest management and facilities management contract with Manchester Airports Group

Servicing member Mitie has been awarded a £60-million contract with Manchester Airports Group (MAG), combining their services across three airports into a single contract.

Mitie has been providing a range of facilities management services for the Manchester Airport since 2008, however the new contract will include pest management and landscaping services.
Phil Holland, Managing Director at Mitie said:

"We are proud to be building upon our relationship with MAG through this new and consolidated contract.

Our long running relationship is a testament to our market-leading airport experience, and we are confident that our expansive technology-led service capability will assist MAG in providing a world-class experience for its passengers and airline partners."

Andrew Cowan, CEO of London Stansted Airport and sponsor of the contract, said:

"We have been working with Mitie for over seven years, and it is a great credit to their team that we are developing our long-standing relationship with this new contract.

Mitie was awarded the work after a rigorous and technical tender process. Mitie has extensive experience in the sector, and ability to provide national 24/7 coverage underpinned by advanced technology."

Manchester Airports Group, one of the UK's leading airport groups, serving over 50-million passengers and 670,000 tonnes of freight every year, through its ownership and operation of Manchester, London Stansted, East Midlands and Bournemouth airports.

Source: BPCA.org.uk

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