FGH Security Ltd – wins Million Deal with NHS

 
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016

FGH Security Ltd – wins Million Deal with NHS

FGH Security has been awarded a deal worth up to £1.25 million over five years with the NHS.

Lancaster basedFGH Security was established in 2003 and specialises in supplying high quality manned and electronic security services in and around the Northwest.

Their latest deal is to supply security guards to the Trafford General Hospital and the Altrincham General Hospital.  Additionally they will be supplying several security guard dog handlers to the redundant Stretford “St Anne’s” hospital.

FGH Security Managing Director Peter Harrison commented: “This is brilliant news and expands upon our contract portfolio; we have been inundated with work lately and look forward to starting work on the contracts that will see us expanding our workforce with another 14 full time employees.  We are looking forward to opening a new office in the Manchester area to service our growing number of clients in the area. Currently, over 50% of our work now comes from the Public Sector and we expect this figure to rise as a result of the government spending review.”

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