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Martin Gammon gets on board at Bonasystems


Martin Gammon, a former CEO of facilities management business OCS has been appointed as non-executive director at Bonasystems. Gammon, who assumed the role on 1 January 2017 will play a ‘pivotal role’ in offering strategic advice to the provider of specialist ...

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CLEAN drives new partnership deal with Ryder


CLEAN, an independent laundry company providing linen and workwear rental services, has formed a partnership with logisitics and transportation solutions provider, Ryder, to increase its dedicated fleet of delivery vehicles. The new partnership will see 60 vehicles added to CLEAN’s fleet, including ...

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Axis Cleaning and Support Services celebrates ‘Platinum’ status awards


The Axis Cleaning and Support Services teams at the Clacton Factory Outlet centre and the Harvey Centre have achieved the top ‘Platinum’ accolade at the 29th annual Loo of the Year awards, dubbed the ‘Toilet Oscars’. It is the sixth ...

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ISSA announces a new manager for Oceania region


Kim Taranto has been appointed as ISSA Oceania manager, further cementing the worlwide cleaning industry association’s commitment to the Australian market. Previously managing editor of INCLEAN and INCLEAN New Zealand magazines, Taranto has been heavily involved in the Australasian cleaning and ...

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Foresight invests in contract cleaning business


Foresight Group has announced it has acquired a majority stake in soft facilities management provider, Tudor Contract Cleaners. This is the investment group’s seventh deal to be completed by its Private Equity team in the eight week lead up to Christmas. Based ...

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Julius Rutherfoord wins cleaning deal at Design Museum

The Design Museum. Image credit: Gareth Gardner

The Design Museum which has recently re-opened following its relocation to larger premises has selected Julius Rutherfoord as its specialist cleaning and soft FM services contractor. Housed in a 1960s Grade II listed building in Kensington High Street, West London, ...

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Churchill stays on at Durham School

Image CC credit Nick Amoscato

Churchill has retained its cleaning contract with St Leonard’s Catholic School in Durham. Churchill, who has been providing cleaning services at the school since 2012 has been awarded with a two-year contract extension. Louisa Clarke, regional operations manager, commented: “We ...

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Northwood acquires Midland Paper Products


The shareholders of the Northwood Companies are pleased to announce that they have successfully completed the purchase of 100% of the issued share capital of Midland Paper Products Ltd (MPP). The shareholders of both companies have worked closely together for ...

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Rentokil Initial and Haniel partner in new JV


Rentokil Initial and Haniel & Cie. Holding Company have entered into an agreement to form a joint venture (JV) to become a leading provider of workwear and hygiene services in Europe with combined revenues of c. €1.1 billion. The JV will ...

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BCC holds its final meeting of 2016


The British Cleaning Council (BCC) recently held its last meeting of the year at the offices of the British Pest Control Association in Derby, where members were informed that plans for next year’s Cleaning Show at the ExCeL are now ...

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