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Xmo Strata wins awards for Shell work

John Wood ·

Sign installation and maintenance company Xmo Strata has won two out of four supplier awards given by global facilities management firm CBRE.

CBRE turns over $10.9bn and has more than 70,000 employees in over 60 countries. The company held a supplier awards evening – for suppliers working on its UK Shell contract – at Manchester Town Hall last week.

Xmo Strata won the Supplier of the Year Award for its HSSE record, meeting service level agreements, good customer feedback and financial performance. Xmo Strata also won the Innovation Award for its bespoke computerised online training systems. The training is based on its XmoHub software which was designed entirely in-house.

Managing Director Steve Martin was also asked to present the Excellence In HSSE Award to winner Tokheim – because Xmo Strata was last year’s winner.

“CBRE is a huge client and the Shell contract covers work on Shell filling stations across the UK,” said Martin.

“I was incredibly proud of our installation and maintenance teams – from all over the UK – who all worked to very high standards to generate this level of recognition.”

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