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efficient cleaning schedules Hard floor cleaning and maintenance, using manual mopping equipment, can represent up to 24% of a cleaning operatives’ total working time. Improving the efficiency of this task alone can deliver significant time and cost benefits for cleaning providers.


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www.ungerglobal.com/uk Ambitious growth for Killis


Sheffield-based cleaning supplies and equipment company, Killis, has hired four new recruits in quick succession.


In November, Shane Spence joined to head up all marketing and communications and takes the lead on development of the company’s new website.


David Stocks joined at the start of December as Financial Controller. Speaking of his appointment, David said: “I am pleased to have joined Killis at this exciting time with record growth and exciting plans for the future. My aim, with the aid of the rest of the finance team, is to help facilitate these plans and to ensure that the finance team acts as a partner to the business.”


Rue Paul, previously National Sales Manager at Viper (part of Nilfisk), joins as Co-Partner and Dealer Manager. Rue will be the go-to person for all i-Team products, supporting co-partners across the country. Rue commented: “After spending only a few hours talking about the innovation and


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future plans with Tibor, I knew I had to be a part of the Killis group. I look forward to implementing some of our future strategies”.


And finally, Phil Jones joins with a wealth of experience, coming from a very successful career at Rotowash where he held the title of Corporate Sales Manager. Phil takes up the role of Sector Manager, with a focus on Veterinary, Leisure and Education, with the aim of helping grow Killis’ presence in these markets.


Managing Director, Tibor Killi, said: “These additions are integral for our growth plans and expectations for the future. As a company we have grown magnificently over the last 18 months and as such, have seen the need to ensure that we get the correct people in place. This new management structure will assist us in being able to deal with all eventualities and react in a more timely manner to any queries and requests.”


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