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Specialist services director hire at Principle

Juan Camara has been appointed to the role of Specialist Services Director at Principle Cleaning Services.

Principle’s specialist services division provides cleaning for data centres, plant and UPS rooms, IT environments, kitchens, blinds, hard floor renovation and maintenance as well as emergency response.

Camara, who has has over 27 years’ experience in performance improvement and is an expert in data centre cleaning, having spent many years in the sector, will be responsible for leading and expanding the specialist services division as part of Principle’s medium-term growth strategy and will also work alongside the vertical cleaning team.

Commenting on his appointment, Camara said: “I am delighted to have joined Principle at an exciting time in the company’s development. My priority has always been to ensure that clients receive the highest standard of technical services, delivered by a well-trained and motivated team. Specialist cleaning requires high standards, specific sector knowledge to protect the integrity of data and a focus to achieve the most appropriate levels of cleanliness and hygiene.”

David Saville, Managing Director of Vertical and Specialist Services, said: “We are delighted to welcome Juan to our team, he will be a great asset in developing the Specialist Services division. He comes with a proven track record in his field and we are looking forward to enhancing our reputation in specialist services work further.”

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