Office Care has won the contract for Derby County's iPro Stadium as the firm celebrates 25 years in business. The company had serviced the former Pride Park Stadium between 2002 and 2013 and has now been re-awarded the contract for 2014.
Director Martin Booth said: “We have a long-standing and excellent relationship with Derby County and the iPro. Stadium cleaning is a speciality that not many cleaning companies can provide and being re-awarded the contract by such a high profile client in the city shows there is no better stadium-cleaning company around.”
John Vicars, chief operating officer at Derby County, said: “"We are delighted to welcome back Office Care as the stadium's cleaners and to continue our longstanding relationship with them. The quality of their work and customer service is second to none and matches the club's own determination to hire the very best in the business in whatever we do."
Paul Knight, key account manager from Nilfisk, which supplies Office Care with its cleaning equipment, said: “We are delighted for Office Care, with whom we have enjoyed a long relationship and share the values of quality, high standards and excellent customer service. Just as the calibre of Office Care's cleaning is high end, so are the cleaning machines we supply to them that allows them to do such a great job as keeping the iPro Stadium looking fantastic.”
Martin Booth continued: “We have a strong philosophy of working our hardest to keep our customers at their happiest. Commercial cleaning is not just about keeping an office or stadium clean; it's about what you are saying to your customers, how you project your business and brand. We buy very heavily into that which is why so many of our clients stay with us in the long-term.”
Photo shows, from left to right: Martin Booth, director, Office Care; John Vicars, chief operating officer, Derby County FC; David Booth, managing director, Office Care; and Paul Knight, key account manager, Nilfisk.