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Almagamated Lifts maintains more court lifts

11 November 2009

Amalgamated Lifts has secured a further contract from MITIE Engineering & Maintenance for the maintenance of 30 lifts for Her Majesty’s Court Services (HMCS) in Sussex and Surrey.

Amalgamated Lifts has been maintaining lifts in London for HMCS at the Tribunal and County courts through MITIE Engineering for four years. This latest contract represents a significant expansion of the number of lifts that Amalgamated Lifts now maintains for HMCS bringing the total number of lifts to 52 over 32 sites.
Simon Smith, director of Amalgamated Lifts commenting on the project said, “We are delighted to have received this further contract from MITIE. It endorses our belief that providing excellent service and having at our core the mission to have the best working relationships possible is a key factor in winning new business.

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