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Serco’s Environmental Services business has signed a new contract with the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead as well as securing a number of other contract extensions across some of its existing local authority customers. In total, this new contract and the contract extensions have a value of over £120m.
Merseyrail will be handing out free train tickets to celebrate Clean Air Day on 20 June – encouraging people to “go clean, go green, go Merseyrail”.
Serco is currently contracted by the Home Office to provide housing and support services for asylum seekers in Scotland. We are also, and at our own expense, providing free housing to several hundred former asylum seekers who have had their asylum claims refused and who no longer receive Government funding towards their housing.
Visitors to some of Scotland’s main agricultural shows this summer could win free travel to the Northern Isles on board Serco NorthLink Ferries.
Northern Isles ferry operator Serco NorthLink Ferries is predicting its busiest ever holiday season. The company has just completed training for its 31 seasonal Passenger Service Assistants who have joined the team ahead of the summer surge.
Serco’s Maritime Services team at the British Underwater Test and Evaluation Centre (BUTEC) has been working alongside QinetiQ and Saab to carry out a demanding new set of trials for the Saab AUV-62, an autonomous Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) based training system.
Merseyrail has announced that it will stop automatically printing receipts for customers in a bid to cut down on waste – saving up to 600km of paper each year.
Building on Serco’s 26 years’ experience supporting Hong Kong in road and tunnel management, on Sunday 26 May the Serco Hong Kong team began operation of Hong Kong’s two newest road tunnels.
An official grand opening ceremony held on 24 May hosted by the Hong Kong government celebrated the opening of the Heung Yuen Wai Highway.
NorthLink Ferries, managed by Serco, has broken its £10k fundraising total for RSPB Scotland following the sell out success of the fifth annual wildlife cruise on board passenger vessel MV Hamnavoe.
Serco Asia Pacific has welcomed Serco Group plc’s acquisition of the Naval Systems Business Unit (NSBU) from Alion Science & Technology in the United States.
Serco, the Air Traffic Control (ATC) specialists, has successfully managed the transition of the Aerodrome Operations at MOD St Athan, near Cardiff, from Military Aviation Authority (MAA) Regulations to Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Regulations. This is a key part of the St Athan Aerospace Business Park project and paves the way for the future integration of St Athan with Cardiff International Airport.
Merseyrail has confirmed that it will be putting on early morning trains for runners taking part in the Liverpool Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon later this month.
Over 5,000 trips were made using Edinburgh’s new city bikes last week after Just Eat Cycles made the scheme completely free to use for seven days.
Edinburgh’s new cycle hire scheme will be free to use for an entire week as part of a drive to get more people pedaling in the capital.
Serco Caledonian Sleeper has launched its new £150m fleet – with the first guests travelling on the revitalised overnight rail service.
NorthLink Ferries has cut approximately 210,000 disposable plastic items from its services.
Following a national launch in London last month, Serco is now rolling out its Respect and Protect campaign across other contracts delivering local services around the country. Recently, Bisham Abbey, the National Sports Centre, and the Chiltern & Wycombe contract launched their campaigns at an event attended by Serco Group Chief Executive, Rupert Soames, and Serco UK & Europe CEO, Kevin Craven, along with representatives from Sport England, Chiltern and Wycombe District Councils, unions and the police.
Merseyrail has been hailed as the most punctual rail operator in the country following a prestigious award win and the release of recent statistics.
The lifeline service provider for the Northern Isles is the first ferry operator in Scotland to achieve Gold accreditation in the Investors in People scheme.