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Dos Santos Gets A Runout As Carlisle Go To Liverpool

An Amulet, part of the Churchill Group, vehicle.
27 June 2018
 

Carlisle Support Services began a three-year contract in May with The ACC Liverpool Group, operators of ACC Liverpool, home to the  BT Convention Centre, Echo Arena and Exhibition Centre Liverpool.

The contract will see Carlisle deliver integrated security and stewarding services, including static and mobile guarding, CCTV monitoring, key holding and visitor assistance. Carlisle Support Services will provide a core team of 25 with up to 500 staff during event days.

Eddie dos Santos, Assistant Director (Operations), The ACC Liverpool Group said: “Security and stewarding are a vital part of our operations. We look forward to working with Carlisle to continually improve our operations for the clients and customers we host all year round.”

 

Amulet Charms Gazprom For Security Contract

Meanwhile, Amulet has been chosen by Gazprom Marketing and Trading as its preferred security provider.

Amulet was selected following a competitive tender process carried out by GVA and will see the company provide main security and post room services across both Gazprom’s central London European Headquarters and Surrey locations. The news comes just two weeks after Amulet’s successful launch.

Darren Read, MD said: “It's fantastic to have this opportunity to develop our service with a globally recognised company.”

Peter Jackson, Facilities Services Manager at Gazprom Marketing & Trading, added: “We are looking forward to working with Amulet in delivering a first-class security and post room service across our business.”

Gazprom Marketing & Trading is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Gazprom group of companies, the world’s largest gas producer and one of the world’s largest energy companies.

Picture: An Amulet, part of the Churchill Group, vehicle.

 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 27 June 2018

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