Newrest UK have expanded significantly in the UK since our initial operation began in 2008 at London City.
We now have units at 9 airports and service a further 12 airports daily. (Aberdeen, Bournemouth, Cardiff, East Midlands, Doncaster, Liberpool, Belfast Harbour, Newcastle, London Stansted, Gatwick, Luton and Southern).
Our operations are designed around our existing customers needs delivering cost effective solutions.
All sites are CAA regulated facilities with a 5* Hygiene ratings and approved as a customs Bond facilities.
Additionally, all units have been ISO 9001 accredited during Summer 2017.
Our customer experience during start-ups and through to our current daily operations is faultless, we can provide client feedback that will confirm our world leading professional performance upon request.
The teams extended their activities to larger installations at Edinburgh, Manchester and London City and we opened a new production unit at London Heathrow, taking the number of production units in the United Kingdom to 9, and the number of British airports served each day to 15.
Newrest United Kingdom has gone from regional operations to premium long-haul flights, now working for airline companies such as Delta Airlines with seasonal daily long-haul flights out of Glasgow, Saudi Airlines with 3 daily flights from Heathrow and Manchester (two new units), United Airlines with 17 daily ights from Heathrow or Turkish airlines in Edinburgh, Manchester and Birmingham.
From Manchester, Newrest United Kingdom serves Royal Air Maroc and British Airways City Flyer in Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester. The operations in our regional units have been extended to plane cleaning. This expanding complementary activity enables teams to provide their customers with greater value by deepening their relationship.
The assignment of the ISO 9001 standard to all units is essential for maintaining the subsidiary’s concentration on conformity, which enables it to continue to offer excellent service to its customers. The 5 * hygiene rating was awarded by the British local authorities.
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