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ISS to move its Danish headquarters17th of January 2013
Global facility service provider ISS, which is based in Denmark, is to move its headquarters from central Copenhagen to a suburb in Greater Copenhagen this summer.
The company says it aims to create the 'workplace of the future', a new state-of-the-art building that will be an inspiring working environment.
Søborg is where the new ISS headquarters will be situated and group ceoJeff Gravenhorst explained: "The new ISS headquarters will represent a state-of-the-art office, encouraging collaboration and showcasing what the world's greatest service company is able to deliver in terms of efficiency, synergy and innovation.
"The new offices will allow ISS to demonstrate how a well thought through building and working environment can significantly reduce water and energy consumption, while also creating cost efficiency from an integrated facility services perspective.
"The new building will also offer advanced technology and integrated facility services which will improve both the working environment and the financial bottom-line of ISS.??"