Johnstone’s Trade has been announced as the preferred coatings supplier for Whittle Programmed Maintenance, a leading UK painting and property maintenance contractor, as a result of an ongoing partnership between the companies.
The agreement will see Johnstone’s Trade supply its total coatings solution to support Whittle with its planned programme maintenance approach across a variety of environments, including education, commercial and healthcare buildings.
As part of the Hankinson Group, Whittle has been maintaining iconic sites across the UK for more than 100 years. Its partnership with Johnstone’s Trade reflects its aim to provide customers with long term maintenance painting programmes that achieve a high standard of presentation in their properties, while avoiding a large initial cost outlay.
Helen Tiplady, Specification Marketing Manager at Johnstone’s Trade, commented on how the Johnstone’s Trade offering supports Whittle’s planned maintenance programmes: “We provide high-quality, durable coatings solutions which help extend maintenance cycles in a range of environments. Our work with Whittle is testament to how our products benefit programmed maintenance and the successes we’ve already seen on many of Whittle’s projects.”
Stephen Hankinson, Group Chief Executive of the Hankinson Group said “Whittle are delighted to have entered into this agreement with PPG and Johnstone’s Trade. By aligning Johnstone’s industry leading product range and proactive colour advice with our innovative multiyear painting programme we are now offering our customers an unrivalled total solution”
As part of the partnership, Johnstone’s Trade and Whittle Programmed Maintenance are currently running a joint competition giving one school in the UK a chance to win a redecoration makeover for a room of choice within the facility. For more details on the competition visit: www.whittleprogrammed.co.uk/win-a-makeover.
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