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Polo to tropical medicine - more success for Regent Samsic

Published 4th December, 2017 by Neil Nixon

Polo to tropical medicine - more success for Regent Samsic

The second quarter of 2017 saw further uplift in Regent Samsic's market share with key contract gains, including fashion icon Ralph Lauren.

Apparel and home interiors brand Ralph Lauren appointed the Coventry-based service support provider to clean its UK retail outlets as part of a global contract won by French parent, Groupe Samsic. The £750,000 contract takes in 16 stores and four offices in the UK and a further two stores in Ireland. It's the second major high street fashion win this year for Regent Samsic which, in the spring, won the contract to provide horizontal and vertical cleaning to Hugo Boss's 40 retail sites across the UK.

In London, Regent Samsic’s premium provider, JPC Cleaning, has been awarded the contract to provide cleaning services to the city's Broadgate campus. The 30-acre mixed-use campus in the City of London is jointly owned by British Land and GIC and is JPC client, Broadgate Estates, biggest contract. The announcement follows JPC being re-awarded the cleaning contract for Broadgate Estates Paternoster Square site at St Pauls. Regent Samsic London is the newly incumbent cleaning and security services provider to supply cleaning and security services to the capital's School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine within a contract valued at almost £1 million. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health with over 4000 students and more than 1000 staff working in over 100 countries across the world. Premises include the School's principal site in Keppel Street in Bloomsbury, London and its faculty in Tavistock Place.

In Leeds, Regent Samsic's northern operation has won leisure cleaning accounts with Leeds University's Edge Fitness Centre and the new £5 million Brownlee Centre and cycle track.

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