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Cordant extends relationship with Eurotunnel
Cordant Services, part of Cordant Group, has secured a three-year extension to continue providing a full portfolio of cleaning solutions to Eurotunnel. This new contract further strengthens the long-standing relationship between the two organisations, which have worked together since 2008
Under the terms of the new agreement, Cordant Services will continue to deliver a wide-range of solutions at the Folkestone passenger terminal - otherwise known as the Victor Hugo Building - and additional office space, including general and high-level cleaning, washroom services and window cleaning, plus emergency cleans as required.
Since 2015, Cordant Services has also taken responsibility for scanning passenger passports before sending the information to the Home Office for analysis. The team works to strict scanning targets with a key objective of not causing any delays to passenger journeys.
The contract will continue to be fulfilled by a dedicated team of 35 operatives supported by an on-site management team.
"Since 2008, Cordant Services has demonstrated its commitment to excellence at every opportunity whilst working at the Victor Hugo Building," says Reena Moseley, property services at Eurotunnel: "We are now excited to further extend this partnership and we are sure that this latest agreement will benefit the 10 million passengers that use Eurotunnel each year."
Guy Pakenham, managing director at Cordant Cleaning, says: "We are extremely proud to extend this successful relationship for at least another three years and I want to thank my team members for their continuing hard work and dedication.
"A clean and safe environment is a crucial part of delivering an exceptional customer experience and this new contract illustrates our ability to work closely with our clients to ensure they meet their goals."
13th June 2019