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NEWS Coronet Cleans Up With Five Figure UKSE Investment


The Tata Steel subsidiary UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE) has loaned a five-figure sum to Cumbernauld- based Coronet Clean Team to expand its services across Scotland and North England.


UKSE is set up to help growing companies operating in former steel producing areas to realise their full potential, boost the local economy and create jobs.


Coronet Clean Team is a commercial cleaning company offering daily, weekly and monthly cleaning services to all types of business. The company specialises in office cleaning and through winning contracts with multiple sites, Coronet Clean Team is widening its operations across the UK.


The expansion will create 26 full and part time jobs in cleaning, administration and business development roles.


The UKSE funding has enabled the business to broaden its cleaning services as well as offer a soft facilities


management service which will cover fixing a light bulb and mending radiators to painting and decorating.


Clients include London and Scottish Investments, John G Russell and ADT Fire and Security. The business is the preferred supplier of office cleaning for DHL in Scotland and recently won its first retail contract for the Emporio Armani store in Glasgow city centre.


Scott Wylie, Managing Director at Coronet Clean Team, said: “Working with UKSE has been excellent. Not only does the funding give the


company breathing space to explore new revenue streams, the support UKSE has provided throughout the process has been second to none.


“At our quarterly meetings, Anne has been a wise mentor, setting the business tasks and targets which have provided me with focus to grow the company. UKSE has been a good set of ears to discuss expansion plans and it’s a real lift to have Anne believe in the company.”


Anne Clyde, Regional Manager at UKSE, added: “Coronet Clean Team has real potential for growth which will create much needed jobs in steel areas.


“When meeting Scott it was clear he had the enthusiasm and aspiration to develop the company and he has big ambitions for the future.”


Since its establishment in 1975, UKSE has directly invested more than £22m in tailored financial packages for almost 1,500 businesses in the steel areas of Lanarkshire, Glasgow and North Ayrshire.


Incentive QAS Land Major CityPoint Contract Win


Incentive QAS, the specialist cleaning arm of Incentive FM Group, has secured a major contract win with leading international real estate services and investment firm CBRE, to provide a full range of soft FM services for CityPoint, the seventh tallest building in London.


The three-year contract worth in excess of £3m was awarded following a competitive tender process and is the largest one in the UK for soft services for this type of building. It covers periodic cleaning, internal and external window cleaning, reception floor maintenance, external cleaning and waste management. In addition, Incentive QAS will provide on-site shredding, washroom services, consumables supply and pest control.


Located on Ropemaker Street, near Moorgate in the heart of the capital, the 35-storey office building is managed by CBRE.


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Craig Pickard, Managing Director at Incentive QAS commented: “This is a highly prestigious contract demanding high levels of service and we have the expertise and commitment to deliver this consistently. We beat off strong competition from several other bidders due to our proven track record and our focus on people development.”


Lee Murray, CBRE Building Manager at CityPoint, added, “We are very happy to have awarded the cleaning contract at CityPoint to Incentive QAS. During the entire tender process Incentive have clearly demonstrated both innovative thinking and a willingness to face the challenges we have set in the initial interview. We clearly believe that Incentive is committed in delivering the best possible service at CityPoint and look forward to work in cooperation in 2015.”


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