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News Change of name for Kalyx


Kalyx, Sodexo’s prison business in the UK, has been re-named Sodexo Justice Services.


The change in name gives Sodexo a single brand identity and a growing presence in justice services globally. Accordingly, Sodexo’s prison operations in France and Chile, formally known as Siges, are also renamed as Sodexo Justice Services.


Sodexo currently operates four prisons in the UK and has been running rehabilitation services since 1993, employing 2,000. In addition, the company runs justice services in


more than 100 prisons around the world and has made a formal long-term commitment to growing these services.


Aidan Connolly, chief executive, Sodexo UK & Ireland, said: “We are simply re-naming Kalyx and the business will remain unchanged in both culture and operation. We are proud of Kalyx and the values that it stands for fit well with the wider Sodexo business.


“We are committed to growing our presence in justice services globally so it is important we have a single brand identity where we operate.”


www.sodexo.com New face at Simply


Rebecca Wilshire has joined The Simply Group to head up the sales and marketing function of the business.


Rebecca is based at the group head office in Bollington, Cheshire.


Mark Simpkin Ltd (trading as The Simply Group) is perhaps best known within facilities management


for its market leader status in the locker and furniture industries and for its focus on tailoring solutions in response to client specific criteria. However it is also recognised in both commercial and domestic markets for its interior design, property development and media management divisions.


With an existing team in place, Simply identified a need for someone to lead sales and


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