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Clugston wins contract with Perstorp UK

10 December 2015

Clugston Facilities Management (CFM), part of the privately owned £160m turnover Clugston Group, has won a £780,000 three year contract to provide warehouse management services to Perstorp UK, a global leader in the speciality chemicals market

Perstorp UK is part of an international, Swedish family business, a world-leading supplier of chemicals to many sectors including: adhesives, automotive, resins, paints and footwear. The company shares a site with Solvay Interox (part of Solvay SA). 

The contract win will see Clugston FM provide a range of services at Perstorp UK’s Warrington site, including warehouse management, drumming, packing and logistics services, to ensure the efficient performance of the facility, allowing the client to focus on their core business activities.

Commenting on the contract win, George Nelson, head of Clugston FM, said, “We are delighted to be working with Perstorp UK and through close and aligned relationships with the Perstorp UK team, we hope to yield improvements in warehouse planning, management and operations leading to tangible savings, innovation and efficiency improvements.” 

Clugston Facilities Management was established in 2001 to provide 24/7 support, hard and soft estate services to a number of hospitals and since then has expanded its services to schools, manufacturing plants and commercial properties.

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