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Brightwell was founded more than 70 years ago, and manufacture soap and paper dispensers, as well as chemical dilution systems, dishwash and laundry dosing solutions.


SEKO acquires Brightwell Dispensers


Brightwell Dispensers Limited has announced that it has been acquired by Seko S.p.A. (SEKO).


SEKO, founded in 1976 and based in Rieti, Italy, is a global leader in chemical dosing and control technology, with 22 subsidiaries and a network of partner distributors worldwide.


Brightwell Dispensers will continue to operate under its own name as a separate entity to SEKO, retaining its existing R&D, sales, marketing and administration functions while continuing its long-term growth strategy.


www.brightwell.co.uk www.sekouk.com


competition attracted many entries being well publicised prior to the Cleaning Show 2019, where the winning entry was drawn on stand.


The winning company owner, Les Bedford, could not be more delighted. He commented: “My wife and I founded Green Hills in 2010, primarily a domestic services provider. We always intended to take the business into the commercial sector, but the cost of the equipment held us back. This win could not have come at a better time, it really allows us to take the business to the next level with quality, hardwearing machinery that is really fit for purpose.


“It was quite ironic really because we had entered the competition online after seeing it promoted on Facebook. We then visited the Cleaning Show in March dreaming about what we would like to buy. We even went ‘window shopping’ on the Nilfisk stand, not thinking for one minute we would be lucky enough to win.


Green Hills clean up as Nilfisk


competition winner Wiltshire-based Green Hills Cleaning Ltd has won Nilfisk’s competition for a cleaning cupboard's worth of equipment, with a value of £5,000.


The cleaning equipment haul is all battery operated, comprising of the VP600 tub vacuum, the GD5 Battery Backpack, the SC250 micro scrubber and the larger pedestrian scrubber dryer the SC400. Nilfisk’s high value


Vileda wins at Pulire 2019


Vileda’s Origo 2 trolley has won the Pulire 2019 Product of the Year award at this year’s Pulire trade show in Verona, Italy, in May.


Taking place at the Afidamp booth in Hall 6 of Veronafiere, Vileda came out on top out of 33 products, with a floor cleaning system by Unger and a chemical product from Werner & Mertz as runners up.


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“Owning battery operated, cordless equipment that will improve productivity and safety has been a long-term aim of ours. To be able to do this now with a quality brand like Nilfisk, really is a dream come true. The Nilfisk team were also excellent throughout, Stuart Costigan presented us with the equipment and showed us how to operate them for best results. A huge thank you to them for such a professional initiative.”


www.nilfisk.co.uk


The international judging panel consisted of Toni D’Andrea, Paul Goldin, Michel de Bruin, Tibor Ritz, Virna Re and Cássia Almeida. The selection was chosen based on quality, reliability, environmental compatibility, ergonomic efficiency and convenience.


Vileda describes the Origo 2 trolley as their ‘most hygienic, safe and modular trolley, designed to work in combination with digitalised cleaning processes’.


www.pulire-it.com/en/ twitter.com/TomoCleaning


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