Commissionaires awarded three-year security contract for Saint John, N.B. airport
By StaffNews Transportation airport security canadian corps of commissionaires nb & pei division commissionaires derrick stanford nb New Brunswick pieter kramers saint john saint john airport security contract
The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires N.B. & PEI Division has signed a three-year agreement with New Brunswick’s Saint John Airport to provide facility security services. Commissionaires currently provide facility security, access and parking control at the airport where 14 permanent and part-time Commissionaires are employed.
“This contract is recognition of the confidence in our security team and the high level of customer service that we have provided to the Saint John Airport for the past 25 plus years,” said Pieter Kramers, CEO, Commissionaires N.B. & P.E.I. Division. “We look forward to continuing this successful partnership for years to come.”
“The Saint John Airport is proud to continue our relationship with the Commissionaires. In addition to providing excellent services, safety, and value to the Saint John Airport, it provides employment opportunities for many of our local veterans,” added Derrick Stanford, president and CEO Saint John Airport.
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