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CMA orders Ecolab to sell off Holchem

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced that Ecolab must sell off Holchem to prevent potential price rises or a lower quality of service as a result of their merger. The decision follows an in-depth Phase 2 investigation by ...

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Christeyns opens new engineering facility in Bradford

A brand new engineering facility at Cutler Heights, Bradford, has been officially opened by Judith Cummins, MP for Bradford South, on behalf of chemicals specialist, Christeyns. A further significant investment in facilities for Christeyns in Bradford, this new Cutler Heights ...

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Christeyns announces record turnover as company meets for annual conference

Christeyns, a leading supplier in the hygiene world, manufacturing detergents and supplying engineering equipment and expertise from its base in Bradford, last week hosted a conference for over 100 employees. Representatives from all its divisions, including laundry, food hygiene, specialist ...

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Big expansion for independent manufacturer of cleaning and hygiene products

Selden Research, which specialises in the manufacture and delivery of professional cleaning and hygiene chemicals, is marking its 50th year with a new state-of-the-art warehouse greatly increasing capacity. The firm employs 190 people at its headquarters in Buxton and they’re ...

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James Brough takes on role at Greyland

British cleaning chemicals manufacturer Greyland has appointed James Brough to expand its distributor network and sales. After well over a decade selling cleaning chemicals to distributors, where he has gained notable success at both Coventry Chemicals and more recently Bio ...

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Greyland secures new environmental and quality standards

Cleaning chemicals manufacturer, Greyland, has announced that they start the New Year with two new ISO standards after being awarded the ISO 9001:2015 Quality and ISO 14001:2015 Environmental standards. Last year, Richard Dyson, Greyland’s managing director made the strategic decision ...

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Chemical mis-use can cause irreversible damage to internal stone

A subsidary of Thomann-Hanry, leading interior stone specialists Specialist Stone Care, warns today of the mis-use of chemicals on interior stone potentially causing irreversible damage on the stonework of some of Londons most prestigious residences. Headed up by expert Kevin ...

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Hugh Crane officially opens new showroom and national training facility

Hugh Crane (Cleaning Equipment) Ltd held its Open Day last Friday (30 September) at its refurbished site in Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. The multi million pound investment see’s the business strategically placed to meet the ever increasing demands from customers along the ...

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A very green clean

Over the past few years environmentally friendly procedures and green initiatives have permeated just about every part of every industry. In this article CHT looks at how these trends have affected the cleaning sector Rob Abrahams is senior strategic director ...

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Environmental sustainability and the search for ‘green credentials’

Environmental sustainability is a key issue across a number of sectors, not least in the area of facilities management and contract cleaning. Businesses across the supply chain are demanding to see evidence of ‘green credentials’ from all their suppliers, pushing ...

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