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Diversey Care wins 5-year contract with Fairmont Raffles hotels and resorts

14 October 2015

Sealed Air’s Diversey Care division has been awarded a contract by Fairmont & Raffles Hotels and Resort International (FHRI) to provide a suite of cleaning systems, consultancy, training and support services

The five-year deal covers FRHI properties in Europe, Middle East, Africa, India and Asia-Pacific. FHRI offers some of the world's finest accommodations for discerning travellers with more than 125 hotels operating under its three brands - Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel – in over 30 countries.

“We are proud to have been chosen by FRHI as a partner for all their cleaning needs. Working hand-in-hand with them, we help set new standards of hygiene and cleanliness while managing costs, protecting the environment and promoting CSR, guest and employee initiatives,” said Dr. Ilham Kadri, President of Diversey Care.

“The fact that we have been awarded this multi-year contract is a testament to the proven value and tangible results we deliver to the hotel and hospitality sector,” added Dr. Kadri.

Diversey Care solutions will now be used in FRHI properties for a wide range of applications including dish and ware-washing, kitchen cleaning, laundry, back-of-house personal care and in housekeeping. The Diversey Care solutions to be provided are eco-certified and auto-dosed, thereby supporting fully FRHI’s sustainability profile.

Diversey Care will also implement operational excellence programs for FRHI. These will seek to address cost containment beyond chemicals and cleaning tools, increase asset protection, and improve employment engagement and guest satisfaction scores. 

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