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OKIN FACILITY SK won the tender for Aupark

THE OKIN FACILITY SK company, operating in Slovakia since 2003, has won the tender for administering the Aupark Tower building in Bratislava.

Aupark Tower(Source: Sme)

Due to the contract, it is in charge of all technology units of the complex: cooling and heating systems, ventilation, elevators and watering.

The company renders services in Slovakia e.g. to the PENAM and CBRE companies; for the PENAM bakeries, it secures cleaning, and for CBRE – and their client, a Bratislava-based pharmaceutical company – all cleaning, reception, and catering services. OKIN FACILITY SK already works for this client in three more countries, in the Czech Republic, Poland and Ukraine.

They managed to acquire CBRE thanks to its membership in the European Customer Synergy (ESC), an international organisation of facility management suppliers. Within it, OKIN FACILITY shares precious experience and business opportunities, the company wrote in a press release.

“We are targeted on great clients operating in several countries, head of the company for Moravia and Slovakia, Milan März, said. “For such clients, we can guarantee the same high quality of services in all countries where we operate (seven countries in Europe) or where we have our partner companies, including their integrated managing and benchmarking.”

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