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ISS a driving force at McLaren Group

25 November 2010

McLaren Group announces a new multi-year deal with leading global facilities services company, ISS Group.

Martin Whitmarsh, CEO, McLaren Group and Henrik Andersen, CEO, ISS UK

The McLaren Group has announced a new multi-year partnership with the ISS Group, to supply a range of services to the McLaren Technology Centre, the McLaren Group’s state-of-the-art headquarters in Woking, Surrey.
Henrik Andersen, CEO, ISS UK said: “McLaren has earned a global reputation for its pursuit of excellence and focus on results, but it stands for much more than this. Its victories are often measured by small margins, which require innovation, total focus and unparalleled teamwork. We approach supporting our clients with the same philosophy. Our role will be much more than maintaining an iconic building, it will be to provide the optimum environment for the McLaren Group to continue its pioneering and innovative work. Our success is down to having and developing the best team.”
“We are delighted to have agreed this exciting partnership with ISS Group,” said McLaren Group CEO, Martin Whitmarsh. “Both our companies have a shared desire to set the very highest of standards within our specialist fields, and this deal will enable us both to reach even greater levels of achievement. Since its completion in 2004, the McLaren Technology Centre has continued to earn praise and plaudits for its innovative design, construction and upkeep. Now, with ISS Group’s input and assistance, the building will continue to stand as a global showcase for both companies’ values.”
Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and employing over 500,000 staff across more than 50 countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America, the ISS Group is one of the world’s largest private employers and a leading player in the facilities management sector.
ISS Facility Services, Education has won four multi-million pound contracts in the sector and has also expanded its reach into the north of England. The Colchester Institute, Slough Borough Council, York City Council and Merton Secondary Schools PFI have awarded ISS 5 year contracts at a total value of £25m to provide fully outsourced catering operations across 75 locations.

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