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String of new business wins for Kingdom Cleaning

Kingdom Cleaning has secured a number of new business wins in recent months.

The cleaning and soft services provider, which acquired Facilicom UK in May 2021, has welcomed three new clients in the past few months. They include a leading hospitality venue, with operatives delivering daily cleaning for the office, bar and restaurant.

Kingdom Cleaning has also secured a new client in the pharmaceutical sector, which has five locations across the UK. A team of 16 operatives will deliver daily cleaning services for the office and warehouse spaces, washroom hygiene, and window cleaning. They will also maintain GMP and cleanroom areas.

The cleaning business will also provide services to Amey – Highways England, across 13 multi-use sites, including built offices and temporary office cabins.

Jan-Hein Hemke, Managing Director of Kingdom Cleaning, said: “Following our merger with Kingdom Services Group earlier this year, we have gone from strength to strength, welcoming a string of new clients to our portfolio.

“Despite the challenging circumstances over the past 18-months, we have continued to see new customers investing in vital services to protect their staff, customers and premises. It is fantastic to see so many businesses recognising the valuable impact of cleaning on our improved health and wellbeing.

“These latest wins are testament to our teams’ hard work and commitment to continuously raising cleaning standards for our customers. We very much look forward to working with new and old clients in the coming months.”

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