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News Sponsored by Pulex pick Robert Scott


Robert Scott has been selected as the preferred UK distributor for Italian window cleaning product manufacturer, Pulex, which is a member of IPC.


Established in 1963, Pulex plays a leading role in the international production of glass cleaning equipment, products and accessories including window squeegees, washers, poles, scrapers and blades, floor and outdoor cleaning tools. The company is known for the quality of its products, which are made in Italy, in particular the grade of its specialised rubber blades, offering an easy, streak-free clean on glass surfaces.


Robert Scott started working with Pulex in 2015 after its acquisition of Contico Manufacturing, which began working with Pulex in 2005. This year, Pulex underwent a rebrand to help secure its position as a leading manufacturer of window cleaning equipment.


At Interclean, the company will unveil its latest range of eco products, Black Is The New Green, which contain up to 75% recycled plastic and are recyclable, reducing waste and saving resources.


Alastair Scott, Sales Director at Robert Scott, said: “The quality of window cleaning products that Pulex creates is outstanding, and we’ve been proud to distribute their lines for the past five years. We’re pleased to have been chosen as the company’s preferred UK distributor and will continue to confidently recommend Pulex’s products to our customers.


“Pulex’s new line of eco-friendly products sits well with our own focus on increasing our range of sustainable cleaning solutions for customers. These have proven to be a great success in recent months and we will continue to expand these ranges in the coming months.”


Attilio Momi, Product Specialist at Pulex, added: “Pulex has had a strong working relationship with Robert Scott for over five years. As a distributor, they are helpful, reliable and are a key component of our operation in the UK. Robert Scott’s sales team’s knowledge of our products is second-to-none, so we’re confident in relying on them as our preferred supplier in the UK.”


www.robert-scott.co.uk


Customer confidence is Jangro's priority


Jangro is reassuring customers that they are committed to quality, reliability, and prices, as the UK Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) warns customers against unscrupulous profiteers.


As one of the first distributors accredited by the CHSA’s Accredited Distributors Scheme, Jangro is bound by a ‘Code of Practice’. This includes a declaration to only stock and offer for sale CHSA Accredited products, or products that conform to the same standards as required by the relevant CHSA Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Scheme. Compliance is guaranteed by a random, rigorous independent auditing process – in its most recent inspection, Jangro scored 99.7%.


This provides customers with the assurance that the


products they purchase are fit-for-purpose, meet industry standards, and are reliable both in terms of their high quality and the exact quantity promised on the packaging.


Jo Gilliard, Jangro CEO, commented: “As a well-established player in the industry, and one of the first to sign up to the CHSA’s Code of Practice, Jangro is committed to raising the bar for quality, reliability, and ethics in the UK cleaning and hygiene industry.


“Despite a phenomenal increase in demand for essential items, such as hand sanitiser, PPE, and disinfectants, we continue to trade responsibly. I am proud of the entire Jangro network, who are working hard to look after our customers, and are making every effort to meet demand in these challenging times.”


www.jangro.net


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