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JLA unveils major expansion of critical business services

Critical equipment supply and service partner JLA, has unveiled a new brand and customer focus following a period of acquisitions and consolidation. 

As part of  the company’s new positioning, JLA has launched a comprehensive offering across its five core service areas – laundry, catering, infection control, heating and air conditioning and fire safety and security. 

With offices across the UK, JLA’s team of 450 engineers now serve over 25,000 customers across 40,000 sites including care homes, hotels, pubs, restaurants, housing associations, schools, hospitals and government and custodial premises. 

As the company continues to grow, JLA is recruiting 50 roles nationally in the coming weeks, with opportunities available to those wishing to join as an employee, or through JLA’s recently-launched apprenticeship programme. 

Christina Larkin, Chief Data and Marketing Officer, commented: “We’re really excited for 2022. We’ve invested time and resources into creating our new brand but it’s about much more than a new look and feel. We are putting our customers at the heart of all that we do, to create a business that works for customers, colleagues and the communities in which we operate. 

“We believe we are closer to our customers, better understand their needs and have an offering which covers all their business-critical needs, from catering to heating & air conditioning, from laundry to infection control, and from fire safety to security. With expertise in all these areas, we can take care of all their requirements.”

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