French catering and facilities management firm Sodexo has won two new contracts worth a combined value of £4million.
North Sea oil firm Chrysaor and vessel owner BW Offshore have awarded the deals.
Sodexo will provide facilities management services at Chrysaor’s office at the Capitol Building in Aberdeen and on the Everest, Lomond and Greater Armada platforms in the North Sea.
Chrysaor bought the platforms from Shell as part of a near-£3billion deal for a package of North Sea assets.
Sodexo will also lay on a range of services on the BW Catcher floating production storage and offloading unit.
The vessel is stationed at Premier Oil’s Catcher field, which is expected to come on stream next month.
Susan Elston, senior vice president for Sodexo’s offshore and marine business in the UK and Ireland, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded these contracts. We believe that in the challenging environment of the oil and gas industry the wellbeing and safety of our customers is critical.
“We are looking forward to partnering with both Chrysaor and BW Offshore to ensure their employees are given the safest and most comfortable working, and living, environment we can.”
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