Catering staff provider Charlton House reports securing £1.8m worth of new contracts over a three-year period with global healthcare organisation Sanofi and information technology provider SSCL.
Charlton House will provide staff and visitor catering and hospitality for three additional facilities all outside of the London area, one for SSCL in Newport and two for Sanofi, taking its total managed portfolio with the healthcare company up to three.
The new contract with Sanofi is a dual-site agreement for its employee offices in Haverhill, Suffolk, and Holmes Chapel in Cheshire.
Charlton House is investing in an upgraded restaurant, as well as refreshing the site in the Haverhill facility, which is due to open this month.
The Holmes Chapel site recently reopened offering a new look and rebrand.
Charlton House will provide a restaurant and café bar facility for SSCL Newport’s 400 employees.
Caroline Fry (pictured), Charlton House CEO, says both contracts are significant for the business and signify expansion outside of London.
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