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CL EANING & MAINTENANCE


NUMATIC INTERNATIONAL LTD. Millfield Road, Chard, Somerset TA20 2GB


T: +44 (0)1460 68600 E: sales@numatic.co.uk W: www.numatic.co.uk


SCOT YOUNG RESEARCH LTD. Lye By Pass, Lye, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY9 8HG


T: 01384 421421 E: uksales@syrclean.com W: www.syrclean.com


Numatic International are the UK’s largest manufacturer of vacuum cleaners, floor machines, janitorial equipment and service trolleys.


You never have to look far to find one of our products – be it the familiar face of Henry, or one of our many commercial and industrial machines – keeping all industries clean... right across the globe. Whether a home, hotel, hospital, kitchen, building site or public transport, our products are there, providing powerful and professional cleaning results.


We all demand ever increasing standards of cleanliness and hygiene. This is delivered by a simple formula found in all Numatic products... Innovation, Quality, Reliability and Price. These values, combined with our commitment to producing high-efficiency products, enable us to provide cleaning solutions you can trust.


Improve your productivity and cleaning standards with SYR’s innovative products and expert support.


SYR (Scot Young Research) is a UK-based global company with a proud history of innovation in the manual cleaning industry. Our equipment is the choice of leading QSRs, supermarkets, blue chip companies, hotels and hospitals around the world.


SYR cleaning systems are designed and specified to offer lifetime savings – top quality at the right price. Through our Taskforce team we provide on-site advice, training and support, so you get the best out of our equipment.


From traditional to microfibre flat mopping and other innovations for floor cleaning; spill management; window cleaning; high level; chemicals and trolleys, we have 21st-century solutions for all cleaning requirements.


TASKFORCE UK LTD T: 01252 784 520 M: 07973 833 614 E: ryan@taskforceuk.co.uk W: www.taskforceuk.co.uk


TC FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Sapphire House, 74-76 Walton Street, Walton on the Hill, TADWORTH, Surrey KT20 7RU


T: 01737 814 016 E: info@tcfm,co.uk W: www.tcfm.co.uk


Taskforce Ltd UK are one of the UK’s leading ‘work at height’ and rope service UK based specialists. Providing a range of facilities and property maintenance services including glass cleaning and restoration solution. Taskforce Ltd UK is equipped with state of the art specialist equipment to gain access to any part of a building.


SERVICES


• Property Maintenance • Commercial Window Cleaning Glass Cleaning & Restoration


• Rope Access • Safety Services • Specialist Equipment


• Water Fed Pole Cleaning • Roofing/gutter specialists • Pest control • Tree surgery • Cherry picker/access equipment hire


TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has been providing a range of facilities management services for over 55 years since Trevor Cripps started TC in 1962.


Today we are still family-owned and our team of 6,000 colleagues provide solutions that can help you achieve your goals. From cleaning services of single locations to full facilities management solutions across the UK, we will help you create what you need.


Our team of experts optimise workplace efficiency through sustainable, tailored facility management, providing many positive effects on your people’s well-being, your customers’ experience and maximising your facilities.


Every solution is unique to you: it’s adapted to your location and tailored to offer cost-effective solutions that work for you, your staff and your bottom line.


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