Sodexo, the world’s largest Services company is proud to announce that three of its Cyprus based team members have been recognised at the bi-annual Commander British Forces (CBF) Cyprus awards ceremony.
Presented by Major General RJ Thompson at Flagstaff House in Episkopi, the awards acknowledge exceptional service and levels of commitment by both individuals and teams in their duties.
Sodexo employees recognised are: Service Manager, Mark Hardman (Akrotiri), Mess Manager, George Georgiou, (Ayios Nikolaos) and Cleaner, Karen Lambrou, (Ayios Nikolaos).
Pictured left to right: Mess Manager, George Georgiou, (Ayios Nikolaos), Cleaner, Karen Lambrou, (Ayios Nikolaos) and Service Manager, Mark Hardman (Akrotiri).
Paul Anstey, CEO, Government & Agencies, Sodexo UK & Ireland said: “I am proud and delighted that three of our colleagues in Cyprus have been recognised at these prestigious awards and I would like to express my gratitude for their outstanding service to the military community.
“The professionalism and dedication of team members is vital to the success of our business in supporting operations in Cyprus and across the globe and I would like to pass on my congratulations to Mark, George and Karen who have all proved to be worthy recipients.”
Sodexo has been operating in Cyprus since 2007 providing catering, cleaning, waste services and logistics support. 750 employees currently provide support services across five military bases that are home to deployed troops and their families.