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A Sparkling Future For Grundon After Arundelle Acquisition


Grundon Waste Management Limited has acquired Arundelle, a specialist industrial services and cleaning company.


The move will enable the waste management solutions expert to expand its range of services into key areas, such as confined spaces cleaning, decontamination, site decommissioning, pollution control, scheduled inspection and maintenance, and a HAZPACK/ HAZMAT spill response service.


Clayton Sullivan-Webb, Managing Director of Grundon, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Arundelle into the Grundon family. This acquisition is the culmination of a long-standing relationship between our two companies, and I believe it is the beginning of an exciting new growth period for our business.


“The expertise and strength of Arundelle’s specialist teams will enable us to widen our offering across the industrial cleaning arena, and pursue new opportunities in key sectors, such as hospitals, universities, laboratories and factories.”


Arundelle Managing Director, David Green, who will join Grundon in a new role as Industrial Services Manager, added: “We have been a long-time admirer of the Grundon operation, and have regularly worked alongside their teams on a variety of decontamination and cleaning projects.


“Joining the Grundon group enables us to take advantage of its extensive capabilities and impressive reputation within the industry. This move will ensure that our existing customers receive an even better service and level of support, and we look forward to forging new relationships as we move forward together under the Grundon name.”


Making the move from Arundelle’s current base in Wallingford, Oxfordshire to the nearby Grundon operation at Ewelme, will be its core team of five employees. Founded in 1970 and boasting an unbroken safety record, Arundelle’s fully qualified and compliant expert teams also handle projects such as tank and vessel cleaning and laboratory services, together with hazardous/toxic environment projects, legionella sterilisation and water treatment services.


Axis Strengthen Relationship With JCB


JCB, one of the world’s top three global construction manufacturers, has chosen Axis Cleaning and Support Services to provide specialist industrial and office cleaning services to its eight locations, servicing clients across the UK.


Axis first started working with JCB eight years ago; the most recent contract has been renewed for three years and will see the company continue its partnership approach with JCB, where regular dialogue and a dedicated management support system have proved key.


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“We have a dedicated contract manager who looks after the entire account, and this is also supported by a number of strategically located Axis managers to ensure a quality service is delivered to the rest of the JCB portfolio,” explained Mark Ferguson, Axis’ Central Regional Director for JCB. “What this delivers is a proactive management system, where we can provide the flexible support required to carry out extensive daily obligations and highly specialist, periodical deep-cleans – the exact requirements of which vary according to each of the JCB divisions and its budget holders.


“It is very valuable to JCB that Axis Cleaning and Support Services has the required experience, industry expertise and flexibility to assist the different divisions independently.” Axis provides JCB with KPI reports during monthly review meetings to ensure the number of working hours are managed appropriately. Mark continued: “The review process, identification of tasks, use of KPIs and frequent dialogue helps us to simply and effectively identify areas of improvement. It has led to a good working relationship that promotes best-in-class results.”


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