Pension administrator rpmi has been appointed to administer the pension schemes for Forbo Flooring UK following a tender process.
The appointment will see rpmi manage the floor covering company's defined benefit and defined contribution schemes, for about 3000 members, as of April.
Forbo Flooring UK pensions manager Stella Cochrane said: "We are committed to environmentally responsible production and far-reaching customer service and we have chosen rpmi as it is a company that clearly shares those values."
rpmi head of benefits administration Colin Skitmore said: "Our people are the first point of contact for the services we provide and we ensure they are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need."
The pensions administrator, which has more than 200 clients, recently went through a reorganisation to accommodate further expansion.
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