Telelarm wins Lanarkshire work


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

TeleLarm Care has won a major maintenance contract for North Lanarkshire Council. The contract – valued at more than £1.2 million over the next three years – follows swiftly on the heels of another £0.5 million contract for Wolverhampton Metropolitan Borough Council, making a total of 30 significant maintenance contracts won over the last 12 months. TeleLarm says both contracts were awarded in the face of fierce competition and cover the maintenance of various suppliers’ systems. For North Lanarkshire this includes the maintenance of door entry and hard-wired warden call systems, and for Wolverhampton includes the addition of concierge and CCTV systems. TeleLarm managing director Colin Jordan said the contracts were evidence of the company’s increasing commitment to maintenance as a fundamental part of TeleLarm’s business. “We now have more than 800 maintenance contracts on our books, and are looking forward to further successes over the course of the year,” Mr Jordan said. In 1998 TeleLarm acquired and suc





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