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OCS secures contract extension with Birmingham Airport

The renowned international facilities management company, OCS, has successfully secured a two-year contract extension to continue delivering essential cleaning services at Birmingham Airport. The scope of these services encompasses not only the airport terminals but also various other buildings, including external areas, winter gritting for terminal surroundings, washroom hygiene, and high-level window cleaning.

This contract extension is a direct result of OCS’s consistent service delivery to Birmingham Airport. Through a robust and collaborative partnership with the airport, OCS has demonstrated flexibility and cost-consciousness, positioning itself as the ideal long-term solution for the airport’s premises.

Building upon its previous five-year contract (which began in May 2019), OCS will now continue its services until April 2026. Notably, during the initial contract, OCS introduced robotics into its service package, providing an innovative and efficient solution.

Furthermore, this extension expands the contract’s scope, creating additional employment opportunities with a focus on recruiting from the local Birmingham area. OCS remains committed to maintaining exceptional service standards while contributing positively to the airport’s operations and community.

Deane Arnold, Birmingham Airport Terminal Operations Manager, said: “We are pleased to extend our partnership with OCS. The company’s consistent service delivery and flexibility have been instrumental in maintaining the high standards we expect at Birmingham Airport. This sustained working relationship ensures that our passengers and facilities continue to benefit from OCS’s expertise.”

Richard Marshall, OCS Sector Managing Director, Transport commented: “We are thrilled to continue our successful partnership with Birmingham Airport. This contract extension reflects our commitment to delivering exceptional services and maintaining a positive working relationship.”

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