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News Sponsored by New CEO for Cleenol


Cleenol has announced that Sam Greaves has taken over as Managing Director of Cleenol, following several years living in Dubai as the company’s Export Director.


Outgoing CEO, Richard Greaves, has spent the last 40 years growing Cleenol from a regional operation to a global one, with the brand now represented in over 42 countries. He will take on the role and title of Chairman, and will continue to look after key head office accounts, and also work with Sam on the maintenance and further development of the export business.


As Exports Director, Sam spent five years based in Dubai where he successfully promoted the company’s products and brand values across the world. Sam’s knowledge and understanding of electronic trading, digital marketing, and the impact of global markets will enable the company to continue to grow and expand whilst ensuring the highest level of deliverance for customers.


Cleenol Group Ltd has manufactured cleaning and hygiene products for the professional market for more than 70 years. It remains a family owned, family run, independent company committed to providing its


Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2020


Nominations for the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards 2020 are now open, and we are inviting you to tell us what you think have been the best products, innovations and services in the sector over the past 12 months.


For the ninth year in a row, the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Awards are a celebration of the finest innovations and time-tested solutions in the cleaning sector.


Last year, Jangro claimed the top spot thanks to their excellent Learning Management Solution (LMS), ICE’s Robo 3 piloted


customers with high quality products backed up with high quality service.


The company believes the core reason for their continued success has been their values, especially family, with the philosophy to ‘supply quality products backed up with quality service to ensure happy customers who have no need to look elsewhere’.


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itself into a brilliant second place, while Nilfisk’s VP600 Battery vacuum came home close behind in third place.


Tomorrow’s Cleaning editor Martin Wharmby said: “Each and every year the volume and quantity of quality entries increases, so I’m excited to discover what products and services have been delighting the industry over the past 12 months. As the winners are chosen by our readers, it’s a truly open competition where anyone could be a winner.”


If you want to put forward a product or service, or think your company or client deserves recognition for their products or services, please let us know.


To nominate a product or service for this year’s awards, email Martin HERE with the name of your favourite innovation and why it should be included. We are accepting submissions until Friday 27 September 2019.


From these nominations, the finalists will be selected and included in a comprehensive awards guide, which will be launched at the end of 2019 to allow readers to choose a winner.


Public voting will open on Thursday 2 January 2020 and will close on Friday 13 March, with the winners announced early the following week.


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