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2020 Golden Service Awards host announced

Kimberly-Clark Professional has announced that comedian, comedy writer and author Dominic Holland will host the 2020 Golden Service Awards, while Roger Tilling reprises his role as announcer and compère.

Described by The Sunday Times as ‘the UK’s master of observational comedy’, Holland is a prolific radio and TV personality with countless appearances under his belt, recently released his fifth novel ‘I’Gabriel’, and wrote and performed his own award-

winning BBC Radio 4 series ‘The Small World of Dominic Holland’.

Steve Jones, General Manager UK & Ireland at Kimberly- Clark Professional, commented: “We are delighted to have one of the best British comperes for the 2020 event and look forward to Dominic brining his own unique and hilarious observations to highlight the inspiring achievements of our industry.”

Roger Tilling, the voice of University Challenge, will be returning as announcer and compère, following a successful stint at the 2018 GSA’s.

The 2020 Kimberly-Clark Professional Golden Service Awards is an important event in the cleaning and FM industry calendar. Around 500 guests are expected to attend the Awards Ceremony on Wednesday 4 March at The London Hilton Park Lane.

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New Directors for Truvox

Truvox International has made two internal senior management promotions to bolster the global floorcare specialist’s focus on innovation in the new decade.

Company strategy and day-to-day management will be led by Gordon McVean, appointed to the role of Executive Director. Malcolm Eneas takes on the role of Operations Director, responsible for processes and procedures to deliver growth, whilst reflecting the company ethos.

The introduction of new products to Truvox’s comprehensive catalogue of world-leading floorcare products and increasing international customers are pivotal to continued growth. These are areas that Gordon will give significant emphasis to over the coming year and beyond.

Gordon has 28 years’ experience within the cleaning industry, having managed international sales and marketing at Truvox since 2008. Previously he worked at Kew Cleaning Systems as General Manager, followed by nine years at Kärcher UK. Gordon is also heavily involved in helping raise the profile of the industry, playing an active role in the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners and the Janitorial Products Export Group (JPEG), amongst others.

Gordon said: “I am extremely proud to head Truvox International as we enter a new decade. We have a very strong UK management team and, together, we plan to continue the excellent growth and profitability we have built. This will be led by new product innovations and superb customer service, giving people what they want, when they need it, at the right price.”

As Operations Director, Malcolm Eneas will have

responsibility for the leadership of advanced manufacturing systems, supply chain, product developments and standards including quality management systems, ISO9001:2015, and environmental management systems, ISO14001:2015.

Malcom has been part of the Truvox team since 2002, most recently as Operations Manager. He spent two years as Head of Engineering for the Commercial Floorcare Division at Truvox’s parent company, Tacony Corporation. Prior to joining Truvox he worked at Panasonic and Racal Transcom.

Malcolm added: ”As we enter this next decade and chapter for Truvox, I’m looking forward to further developing our products and processes in support of our overall growth goals.”

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