Corps Security, an Infologue Top 30 regular, has announced the successful win of a £3.6m annual contract for the provision of security services.
The five-year contract in with Tata Steel Europe and will cover multiple sites across the UK. Tata Steel is one of Europe’s largest steel producers, having operations in 26 countries and a commercial presence in over 50.
The contract will see the deployment of over 100 officers across 14 sites including Tata’s massive steel making plant in Port Talbot, Wales.
“We are delighted to be working with such a like-minded organisation. The Tata Group was founded on the principle that its activities should always benefit society and is majority-owned by philanthropic trusts. As a trust which was set up in 1859 to provide employment for ex-servicemen returning from the Crimea, we share their values and look forward to working closely together”, says CEO of Corps Security, Mike Bullock.
Corps Security has been in operation since 1859 and was originally established by Sir Edward Walter as the Corps Commissionaires. The founding principle of the company was to provide employment for veterans of the Chrimean War, with many of their existing staff being military veterans.