Catering firm Aramark has landed a five-year contract award with Total across several of its UK North Sea assets.
The deal covers six platforms, delivering careering, cleaning, emergency response, laundry and helideck services.
Aramark Offshore, which has a regional office in Aberdeen, will take over services on board the Culzean, the Ailsa FSO and Gryphon FPSO, as well as provide accommodation maintenance “across a number of Total E&P sites”.
The deal also covers the shutdown of the Elgin Franklin platform later this year.
Aramark Offshore said the contract provides work for 128 people.
The company, which has carried out work for Total in the past, has not disclosed the value of the deal.
Managing director Andrew Thomson said: “We are delighted to renew and expand our long-term partnership with Total E&P UK, a relationship that has grown over several years through the delivery of a seamless and exemplary service.
“This is a fantastic example of a client’s alignment on the delivery of safe, high quality, efficient, and sustainable service delivery. We are incredibly proud of our front-line teams and their dedication to bringing our commitments to life, aided by our support team, and the spirit of partnership developed across all levels of the Total E&P UK organisation over the last decade.”