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Vikan one of the top companies to work for


Vikan, one of the leading manufacturers of professional cleaning equipment, has been highly praised by their newest member of staff.


Father of two, David Hockley, from Portsmouth, has gone on record describing Vikan’s products as “great” and the team as “extremely well managed.”


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The new VC300 HEPA tub vacuum from Nilfisk is just about to hit the streets.


The lightweight and compact tub vacuum weighs in at only 5.3kg and has certified HEPA filtration as standard. The 1200w unit is ideal for light to medium commercial vacuuming requirements where economy is a key factor.


The Nilfisk group have a century of experience in vacuum cleaner design. The design allows for the complete vacuum to be carried in one


Nationwide moving forward


Nationwide Hygiene Supplies Ltd, the UK’s largest independent distributor of cleaning and hygiene supplies, has announced the addition of four leading companies as new members to their progressive and expanding group.


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The new members joining Nationwide are: Thamesmead Business Services Ltd - London, Shorrock Trichem Ltd – Manchester, Unico Ltd – Falkirk, Scotland and Martin Services (Industrial) Ltd – Dublin and Cork.


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servicemaster Clean secures further damage management certification


ServiceMaster Clean is pleased to announce that, Sandip Khodiara, a Management Information Analyst within its audit team, has been awarded British Damage Management Association (BDMA) technician status.


Sandip, who has been part of the ServiceMaster Audit team since 2006, has undergone the same BDMA training programme as the majority of the ServiceMaster franchise network.


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Taking over London and the south east area, David has years of experience of the janitorial industry and his twelve years with Dunlop followed by time with one of Vikan’s distributors has given him an in-depth knowledge of the food processing sector.


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hand. A heavy duty on off switch allows for foot operation whilst tool parking, accessory holders and power cable storage are well integrated.


Of significant benefit is the 10m orange detachable power cable. The ability to replace the cable easily reduces service down time whilst the bright orange cord provides maximum safety.


www.nilfisk.co.uk New member for Hako team


Simon Smith has joined Hako Machines Ltd’s Key Accounts team in a senior sales position. Simon has extensive experience in the cleaning industry that will further benefit Hako’s Key Account customers.


Simon will work closely with the rest of the Key Account team to develop key relationships and develop new business. Simon said: “Hako has a fantastic reputation within the industry and I’m delighted to join a company with such a strong customer focus. Its commitment to the UK and proactive ‘can do’ approach to the industry is fantastic and I’m looking forward to being a part of the team.”


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