REACT wins new contract

07:44 11/09/2017
StockMarketWire.com - REACT announced that the company has been awarded a £0.2m contract.

The contract, with a major Facilities Management company, covers provision of cleaning services in a major London hospital.

The contract has an initial 12 month term, with possible extension to be agreed between the parties thereafter, and commences in mid-September 2017, and so will largely impact upon REACT's performance in the financial year ending 30 September 2018.

REACT has secured this contract by working alongside the client and establishing a clear understanding of their needs and delivering against those needs over the last six months.

This service is a departure from the company's normal day-to-day fast response service for which REACT has established its reputation over the past years.

This contract takes us into a new marketplace and will hopefully allow the Company to make approaches and market itself to other facilities management and hospitals throughout the UK.

Chairman Gill Leates said: "I am delighted for the Company and the team who have put in a huge amount of hard work to a very high standard, proving their capabilities in this area over the past few months."



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