OCS hires Paul Morrison to lead procurement

18 February 2013

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18 February 2013 | Adam Leach

Paul Morrison has been appointed head of procurement and fleet at facilities management provider OCS.

In his new role, Morrison, who was previously supply chain manager at Manchester Airports Group, will be responsible for securing “commercially robust contracts” across a range of goods and services to deliver value for money. His fleet responsibilities will involve managing the company’s inventory of more than 3,000 vehicles.

He said in a statement: “OCS is a large and well-respected company within the industry. The breadth of products and services that the company requires is vast. The diverse nature of the business, and the impact this has on my day-to-day, really influenced my decision to join the team.”

The company’s clients include the Greater London Authority and Jaguar Land Rover.

The company has also promoted Petra Moss to the role of director of total facilities management. Moss will be responsible for delivering facilities management services to the group’s customer base.

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