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NEWS MONTHIND CELEBRATES


40TH ANNIVERSARY This year is the 40th anniversary of East Anglia’s leading contract cleaning company, Monthind Clean LLP.


While there are lots of celebratory events planned, the company is not dwelling on the past; it views the anniversary as a springboard to even greater success. Partner, Tony Felgate explained, “There will be no melancholy reflection; we consider our longevity to be the underpinning of our bright future; something to be


commemorated, and we have lots of exciting plans in the pipeline to do just that.”


Monthind is unique in many ways, it is proud to be personable but professional. The broad range of services, which includes specialist window cleaning, biohazard, deep and forensic cleans, janitorial supplies and services along with property maintenance, available to clients allows Monthind to offer corporate clients a full package of services. Partner, Simon Biggs said, “Outsourcing these tasks to a service provider like Monthind


makes sound financial sense to any company. Recruiting your own staff, training them in health and safety related processes, purchasing and replacing the equipment and materials required, managing these tasks and staff. The list goes on. With Monthind, you can get on with the job you are skilled to do, and we will get on with ours.”


As a result of the landscape of professional cleaning changing, bringing improved systems and equipment, much of Monthind’s work can be carried out during the day, without having a detrimental effect on the client’s operations.


Staff development is taken very seriously by the company, ensuring compliance and efficiency, and the low turnover of employees is evidence of the care and support Monthind provides to its workforce. The Monthind team is recognised as a formidable fund-raiser and instead of putting this on the back- burner during its anniversary year, the company aims to raise at least £5,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support, and will be taking on the Three Peaks in June, along with several other exciting events.


www.monthindclean.co.uk


TRUVOX INTERNATIONAL ADDS FLOORCARE


REFINEMENTS Polishing or washing, vacuuming or deep cleaning, there’s a solution to every facility manager’s floorcare maintenance challenge on the Truvox International Limited stand at the Facilities show.


Renowned for its comprehensive range of floor cleaning machines, Truvox is displaying a large selection of models.


The ergonomic design of the ultra high-speed Orbis UHS 1500 Burnisher makes it ideal for long cleaning shifts, producing a high shine on hard floors. After use, the single-disk unit’s handle now folds for easier storage. This Orbis model comes ready for


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action, straight out of the box, with this pre-assembled handle.


Available in two versions, the Hydromist 55 spray extractor is designed for efficient cleaning of large carpeted areas in conference centres, hotels and offices where facility managers and their clients demand a pristine appearance. Both benefit from an improved solution tank design. The Hydromist


55/100 is the economical answer for buildings with normal foot traffic, while the 55/400 packs an in-line heater and variable spray injection up to 400psi for rapid removal of embedded dirt and stains in more challenging locations. Each is now easier to fill, while a large drain valve at the speeds up draining of the recovery tank.


Meanwhile, a makeover of the Valet BackPack II has added new features to this vacuum for commercial cleaning in offices, schools and colleges, and hotels. Still lightweight for operator comfort, the improved Valet BackPack boasts a 1200W motor. The cable is also easier to change and the switch is now fixed on the hip strap.


Stand R935 at the Facilities Show. www.truvox.com


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