International total facilities management provider OCS has appeared once again in the Sunday Times Top Track 100 list for the UK’s top 100 private companies with the biggest sales, rising in the rankings this year to 71st place.
OCS has appeared on the list each year since the league table, a distinguished list of companies which play a key role in the UK economy, began in 2002. This year OCS, which employs thousands of staff around the world who deliver more than 70 individual services from total facilities management to catering, horticulture and waste management to security, maintenance and hygiene, has significantly increased its ranking.
Chris Cracknell, CEO of OCS Group International, commented: ‘This success is testament to the quality of our people, and the resilience and adaptability of our business. Our commitment to sustainable business has helped us continue to make significant contribution to jobs and growth as the global economy begins to emerge from recession.’
OCS is one of Britain’s largest privately owned companies and a leading force in the facilities services sector, making a positive impact on wealth creation through the employment of 90,000 people, with a turnover of £827 million (for the year ending March 2013).
As a private business in the fifth-generation of family ownership, OCS believes in sustainable solutions. OCS puts customers first; fosters a ‘can do’ attitude; builds strong relationships; recognises wider responsibilities; promotes change and innovation; and provides great value.