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nearly 20 years’ experience in the cleaning industry, with particular specialism in the shopping centre and leisure industries.


Alistair commented: “This is a great opportunity to further develop Cleanall’s recognised ‘back to basics’ customer service ethos. Already I can see that Cleanall’s approach to bespoke client solutions, flexibility and levels of customer support echo my own business ideals and I am hugely excited by the potential.”


CLAYTON STRENGTHENS


CLEANALL Cleanall Services Limited, the North West’s fastest growing contract cleaner, has confirmed that Alistair Clayton has joined as the company as Commercial Director. Most recently Business Development Director at UK-wide Axis Group, Alistair brings


Lee Bailey, Director at Cleanall, said: “Personally, I am delighted to be back working with Alistair. However, more than this, someone of Alistair’s calibre joining Cleanall confirms our commitment to being a dynamic, customer focused provider in the cleaning industry. This has been further underlined by recent contract wins in the Leisure and Retail sectors.”


www.cleanall.co.uk


APPOINTMENTS


AND CONTACTS ISS top bean with Heinz ISS and H. J. Heinz, one of the world’s leading marketers of branded foods, have entered into a new partnership covering the delivery and management of Integrated Facility Services (IFS) throughout Heinz in Europe. Building on almost 20 years of co-operation in the UK, the new five-year agreement covers 15 food manufacturing and office locations across Europe.


www.issworld.com


standards of customer care, clearly demonstrated by the number of top industry accreditations and approvals awarded. The operation is very professional and the team has a wealth of expertise in this sector. Receptor is the perfect fit for SECOM to be able to offer this service”.


SECOM MOVES INTO FIRE SAFETY


SECTOR SECOM has received a major boost from the acquisition of fire safety company, Receptor. Minoru Takezawa, Managing Director of Secom Plc, commented: “Receptor is a reputable Fire company and is fully registered as a BAFE SP203 -1 firm. Receptor’s emphasis has been built around their extensive fire safety and engineering knowledge and their commitment to the highest


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Receptor founder Graham Bettany remains at the helm of the company. Since its inception in April 2001, the family business has grown significantly with local and national companies.


Graham said: “This is the culmination of 11 years of hard work, growing the business from a standing start to a fully registered and accredited organisation whose reputation and skills have been recognised by SECOM Plc to launch them into the fire alarm and safety market. This is an extremely exciting time for Receptor to continue a path of rapid growth and add many customers to those who already rely on our skills and services.”


www.secom.plc.uk


Jangro’s Bryan bids farewell Bryan Squires, who created the Jangro concept and brand in 1980 drawing together a handful of like- minded independent distributors, has retired as Jangro Chairman. He has accepted the post of Lifetime Honorary President.


www.jangro.net


Jockey Club Racecourses stays in Compass saddle Jockey Club Racecourses, the UK’s largest racecourse group, and Compass Group UK & Ireland, have agreed a six-year extension to their catering venture, Jockey Club Catering. This extension will see the partnership continue until at least 2025 and is worth an expected £300million in turnover.


www.compass-group.co.uk


PHS promotes Pearlgood Anthony Pearlgood is the new Managing Director of PHS Datashred and PHS Records Management. Anthony has worked for PHS Group, the £422million turnover workplace services business, for the past seven years. He previously owned and managed his own data destruction company, Confidential Destruction Services, for five years before selling it to PHS Datashred.


www.phs.co.uk


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