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Eurest Services expands its international FM for Shell

25 November 2009

Eurest Services has signed one of the largest international FM contracts of its kind with the global energy and petrochemicals company, Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell), an extension to existing Award winning contract.

Eurest Services will provide hard and soft services to Shell sites across the USA, Canada and Latin America including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Venezuela,  and Guatemala and Trinidad, in a contract valued at over £200m in annual revenue.  Shell will rationalise the number of existing FM contractors in the Americas from more than 150 down to one. 
Eurest Services will continue to provide a wide array of services including catering, vending, cleaning, reception, mechanical services and electrical services at a variety of sites including headquarters, refineries and mines.
This extended deal with Shell across the Americas expands the existing international contract in the UK and Europe, already accounting for approximately £100m of annual revenue.  This international relationship began with Shell in early 2007 since which time Eurest Services has provided services to the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Poland, the North Sea, Nordic Offshore, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Turkey and Greece.  
This partnership won a prestigious European FM Award 2009 - Eurest Services won the Partners Across Borders category with Shell.  The award recognises excellence in delivering FM to an organisation located in more than one European country. 
According to Ron Edwards, Shell’s Global Category Manager for Real Estate, “Eurest Services has quickly proved its agility and competence to become a trusted and valued global partner to Shell.  Eurest Services’ model has delivered sustainable efficiency and its focus on its people and health, safety and environment while consistently achieving results has ensured that we have met all of our objectives.”
Steven McGregor, International Business Development Director, Compass Group Plc, added, “Securing this valuable expansion to our existing international agreement is strong confirmation that we have aligned ourselves to the needs of Shell at every level in our business.  We look forward to working together across the Americas over the coming years.”


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