MITIE appoints retail specialist for Total Security Management business

FTSE 250 strategic outsourcing company MITIE has appointed Peter Egan as a sector specialist to head up the retail and logistics sector for its Total Security Management business.

MITIE’s retail and logistics sector will deliver services to retail, leisure, shopping centre and logistics and supply chain customers via a comprehensive end-to-end process. This integrates security across the lifecycle of goods, from dispatch through to delivery and profit protection through to customer service.

Peter Egan joined MITIE’s Total Security Management (TSM) business seven years ago as account director at one of the UK’s leading High Street retailers. Egan’s knowledge and experience in the industry have been instrumental in delivering service-led security for several national retail and logistics clients.

Peter Egan: sector director for retail at MITIE TSM

Peter Egan: sector director for retail at MITIE TSM

In his role as sector director, Egan has a national remit and is tasked with creating sustainable methods for technology risk mitigation.

Egan will also work with a specialist management team which has full operational management of the retail and logistics portfolio from service delivery through to engagement with the wider stakeholder community.

Benefits of risk profiling

“My focus will be on developing our offering for clients from retail, leisure and logistics environments,” explained Egan, “in order to highlight the benefits of industry leading people, technology and risk profiling within their sectors. MITIE’s sector-focused approach means our solutions are truly tailored to our clients’ specific needs and environments.”

Jason Towse, managing director of people services for MITIE’s TSM business, added: “To deliver comprehensive services we have to be equipped to support the multi-layer needs of our market. Our retail sector-focused approach led by Peter will help counter the increasing reputational and crime risk for some of the country’s largest organisations.”

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