Mount Charles Continues To Grow Its Market Share In Ireland

By Dave Simpson
Mount Charles Continues To Grow Its Market Share In Ireland

Business support solutions company Mount Charles has announced new contract wins in the Irish market, including over €1 million in new public-sector cleaning contracts won from its Dublin base.


The latest Dublin-based public-sector contracts run for three years and include the Chief State Solicitor’s Office (CSSO), which provides litigation, advisory and conveyancing services to government departments and agencies; the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC); the National Shared Services Offices (NSSO), a statutory civil service office; and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Since establishing a base in Dublin four years ago, the company has accumulated over €30 million in new contracts, and these additional wins coincide with the company’s implementation of sustainability initiatives.

Statement By Mount Charles Sales And Marketing Director

Gavin Annon, sales and marketing director at Mount Charles, said, “We are very pleased to be working with these high-profile agencies and are proud that over 2,000 of their staff members will be benefitting from our bespoke cleaning services.

“The Republic of Ireland marketplace remains a key target for us, and continuing to grow our market share from our Dublin base is a key priority. The successful introduction and upgrade of our internal and operational systems has contributed to our success by revitalising our service offering and enhancing reporting and oversight of our service performance.

“By developing our product and harnessing the latest technology, we can measure and reduce our environmental impact. We have also focused on strategic talent acquisition and are in a very strong position to capitalise on the growth of our operations in Ireland.”

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