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FM provider Samsic relaunches in UK
International facilities services provider Samsic has completed a review of its UK operations with a rebrand to complement Group identity and the appointment of a new management team.
One of Europe's largest providers of business and facilities services with revenues exceeding €2.7 billion, Brittany-based Samsic operates in over 25 countries with 93,000 staff and 30,000 corporate and institutional customers.
With year-on-year turnover up by 28% to over £61 million, Samsic UK employs over 3000 personnel to provide cleaning, security and related hard and soft services from 12 regional offices to over 1700 sites on behalf of 750 organisations. London sites are serviced by premium brand provider, JPC by Samsic.
New year wins for Samsic UK - formerly Regent Samsic - include further sites for power management provider Eaton, technology company Intel, Virgin Atlantic Retail and ride service operator Uber.
Recent contracts secured include sites for coatings maker PPG Industries, materials distributor St Gobain, motor retailers Macklin and Vertu, and Three Mobile.
A revised management team has been appointed under CEO Jonathan King, who says:
"Rebranding reflects the truly joined-up approach to how Samsic presents itself, bringing value to the UK in terms of shared contracts and leveraging fresh opportunities for our business across Europe overall.
"The early adoption of innovatory solutions and processes has been key to the success of our business here and to the Group internationally and will continue to be a principal driver in differentiating Samsic UK from other market providers."
Jonathan King is pictured here seated right with finance director Baldip Brreach and management team (from left) COO Ian Leeding, security director Andrew Hallam, sales & marketing director Jonathan Mackie, JPC by Samsic managing director John Conry
5th March 2020