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Rentokil Receives Service Excellence Award

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The company was recognized with the Supplier Excellence in Execution achievement award from Johnson Controls.

| November 28, 2012

READING, Pa. — On Oct. 24, Rentokil was awarded Johnson Controls’ “Supplier Excellence in Execution” achievement award for 2012 at its Building Efficiency Supplier Excellence Recognition Event in Milwaukee, Wis.

Sixteen awards were distributed in two categories: Excellence in Execution and Leadership. The “Excellence in Execution” award recognizes supplier achievements in the areas of quality, delivery, service and cost.

“Since this was our inaugural Supplier Conference, we did not really know what to expect as an award recipient. We should feel very honored as an organization to be nominated and chosen as the “best of the best” preferred suppliers with whom Johnson Controls partners,” said Blair Caswell, director of global accounts – sales, Rentokil. Colleagues were invited to a private dinner and award reception to commemorate their excellent work.

“It was truly a team effort from our Global Accounts Sales and Sales Operations teams, as well as the Operations Service and Management field Colleagues that are delivering World Class solutions on a daily basis,” noted Blair. “Special recognition goes to Jim Neiswender, Dave Zedack, and Dwayne Hess and Eric Moyer!”

More about the award and winners can be found at http://www.johnsoncontrols.com/content/us/en/news.html.

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