Gazprom Energy selects Amulet as preferred security supplier for UK locations

Amulet, the specialist intelligence-led security division of Churchill Services Group, has been chosen by Gazprom Marketing and Trading to be the business’ preferred security provider. Amulet was selected in the wake of a competitive tender process carried out by GVA, with the contract seeing the company provide main security guarding and Post Room services across both Gazprom Energy’s central London/European headquarters and Surrey locations.

The news comes just two weeks after Amulet’s successful launch. Darren Read, managing director of Amulet, commented: “We’re delighted to have been awarded such a prestigious contract by Gazprom Energy. It’s fantastic to have this opportunity to develop our service with a globally recognised company that shares our passion for new ideas, new technologies and new processes.”

Peter Jackson, facilities services manager at Gazprom Marketing and Trading, added: “We’re looking forward to working with Amulet in delivering a first-class security and Post Room service across our business.”

Gazprom Marketing and Trading is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Gazprom Group of companies, which is the world’s largest gas producer and one of the world’s largest energy companies. The company aims to build a unique environment of excellence, providing the world with innovative energy solutions.

Amulet is the combined force of two security brands: Churchill Security Solutions and AOS Security Ltd (acquired by Churchill Services Group in 2017). Amulet offers a full suite of guarding, mobile, covert and technical security services for a range of clients in the rail, construction, corporate, public, education, luxury retail and healthcare sectors. Churchill Services Group is one of the largest independently-owned FM service providers in the UK with in excess of 13,000 employees and a turnover approaching £145 million.

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