Sodexo activities case studies
Sodexo’s Quality of Life services cover different facilities of Transocean in India, both offshore and onshore, to improve their performance.
efficiency@sea is our offshore refurbishment solution to optimize the limited space on-board while improving amenities such as cabin acoustics, recreation facilities, galley upgrade and mess design.
Sodexo’s Reconciliation Action Plan builds on our existing commitment to developing sustainability in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia. Our core action plans include direct employment, business enterprise and community sustainability, sporting, arts and culture, education and training.
For many years, BHP Billiton, the world’s largest mining company, has been active at Olympic Dam, Australia’s largest underground mine. As is typical for such large remote-site endeavors, one of the biggest challenges for them is to not only attract and retain quality workers, but also to find innovative ways to make sure they stay happy and healthy. That’s why BHP Billiton recently decided to raise the bar for their Quality of Life service and to work with Sodexo.
Today, ConocoPhillips produces one third of Alaska’s oil, with a presence in this region going back over 50 years. Sodexo has provided services to ConocoPhillips for over 20 years, and our unique partnership with the Doyon Native Regional Corporation – established by the US Congress – has resulted in an unparalleled powerhouse of expertise and services in the region.
In 2004, the Japanese firm Chiyoda, in a joint venture (CTSD), was awarded by Sakhalin Energy Investment Company the contract to build Russia’s first ever liquefied natural gas plant in the harsh subarctic environment of Sakhalin Island. CTSD needed a committed, long standing partner that could rise to the challenge (a huge investment, camp commissioning, thousands of employees from many nationalities, strict local government regulations, tight budgets and extreme climatic conditions...) allowing them to concentrate on getting the job done. CTSD chose Sodexo, based on several past experiences between Chiyoda and Sodexo on large projects in Qatar, Oman and Saudi Arabia.
QIT Madagascar Minerals (QMM) was given the green light in 2005 to develop an ilmenite (titanium dioxide) mine near Fort-Dauphin in South East Madagascar. In 2006, QMM appointed Sodexo to kick start operations with the island’s first large scale Pioneer Village. Achieving this in a country with no existing infrastructure and in one of the most inaccessible areas of the island demonstrates Sodexo’s exceptional expertise and dedication in delivering for its clients, solutions that go beyond their expectations.
Asia-Pacific companies are rapidly evolving into major world players, competing with long-standing international organizations in their quest for growth. As a result, their expectations are rising. That's where Sodexo comes in, to help you match and even surpass these expectations.
In 2009, Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.) had to move the Dakar Rally to Chile and Argentina due to geopolitical issues. For the first time ever, the Dakar would embark on a new continent – and, with it, a new world of challenges. A.S.O. needed Sodexo, a reliable partner with the experience, infrastructure and local knowledge necessary to make the transition a success.