Salisbury Group has won a total FM contract for three years with intralogistics specialist Jungheinrich to provide services across its UK estate.
The FM firm has already mobilised the contract, which involves mobile engineering, cleaning, key holding, grounds maintenance, pest control, and other services at locations including Milton Keynes, Sheffield, and Jungheinrich's new building in Warrington.
The recently launched energy-efficient facility brings together the core functions of the business into one super-hub, employing at least 100 people in the area.
Founded in 1953, Jungheinrich is one of Europe’s largest intralogistics and material handling providers with more than 18,000 employees worldwide. It launched operations in Britain in 1963 and now has a UK turnover of £190 million and global turnover of €4 billion. Its products range from industrial manual handling equipment and forklift trucks to advanced automated intralogistics solutions.
Andrew Lunt, Salisbury Group’s managing director, said: "Our people are already working hard to make Jungheinrich's facilities better places to be for those who work in and visit them. We look forward to building a strong partnership with this important client over the coming years."
Gareth Clarke, head of safety, health, environment and quality at Jungheinrich added: "We are already seeing a strong cultural alignment between both organisations, with the Salisbury team helping us to launch our exciting energy-efficient facility in Warrington."