Mount Charles recently announced that it has won new contracts worth £37m over their collective duration in the past 12 months, boosting last year’s turnover by 18% to £34m. The company has also expanded its offering into the Republic of Ireland, securing high profile Dublin-based contracts worth over €1.4m with the Public Appointments Service, Ordinance Survey Ireland and Custom House, home to the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. This growth across 2016/7 has also seen employee figures grow by 200 to 2,200.
Managing director Cathal Geoghegan said: “In addition to our strong footing here in Northern Ireland, we are now aggressively targeting contracts in the Republic of Ireland, having secured a Dublin base from which to do business and we see this market as having major scope for future expansion. We have also been successful in generating new business in Great Britain, winning a contract worth over half a million pounds with global company Firstsource across three of their regional sites.”
Closer to home, Mount Charles has won contracts with a range of both private and public sector organisations, including Terex, the NI Ambulance Service, CAFRE, Deloitte and Northern Regional College. The company now works with over 250 customers across the UK and Ireland.