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Simply Clean
June 2003

This Months Contents:

  • Cleanfix UK Ltd - 2003 New Media Award FINALISTS !!!
  • Cleanfix AG - On the Move
  • Cleanfix Global - New Products
  • What We Do
  • Useful Web Links

Cleanfix UK Ltd:
Finalist in this year’s New Statesman
New Media Awards

This month sees Cleanfix UK shortlisted for a New Media Award from the New Statestman for business 'On The Move'.

The New Statesman, Britain’s leading political magazine, announces the short listing
of Cleanfix UK in their New Media Awards in the category of business 'On the Move'. Since 1999, these awards have promoted projects that embrace new technology, fresh thinking and creative management in the UK.

The key themes of this year’s awards are "innovation, accessibility and efficiency". They intend to award those who have really achieved something good for society.

“We hear a great deal about how the internet and such like will improve our lives,” says Peter Wilby, editor of the New Statesman. “This project aims to look at how far the digital revolution has really brought us.”

The whole 'Golden Assurance' project has opened many new doors for Cleanfix, not only in its main line of business, but in a new sector too, New Media. The New Statesman recognised Cleanfix and its industry first customer support system as an outstanding contibution to the market place and acknowledged the step forward for the cleaning industry and its services.

Speaking with Peter Suddaby, Managing Director, last week "We were very proud about just being nominated, but finalists, thats an even better achievement, it's great for our company profile"

The winners will be announced at an award ceremony on 16th July 2003 at a Central London location.

Cleanfix AG: On the move, Literally!

It's not only the Cleanfix UK team that are on the move, Cleanfix Reinigungsyssteme AG is also on the road and going places, but in a slightly different manner. Our guys in Switzerland have built a mobile product showroom. This showroom comes in the form of a coach and is set to tour Europe in the coming months.

For more information on this story, or to find out if the Cleanfix tour bus will stop at your town >click here<

Cleanfix: Launch New Scrubber Dryer

Cleanfix and its ever growing range has yet another new member. The Cleanfix RA560B will be reaching UK shores in August and, as always, will only compliment the already excellent existing range.

  • Easy to use Control Panel
  • Adjustable Forward Drive Speed
  • Ergonomic and Purpose Built Placement of Operational Controls
  • Fast, Economic and, because of its perfect manoeuverability, Easy to Use
  • Good Battery Access
  • Compact and Service Friendly Construction
  • Reliable, Robust and Powerful

To find out more on the RA560B, please contact us. >click here<

What we do:


Useful web links:

:: C & M
:: C & H TODAY
:: BICSc

If you would like any further information on Cleanfix products, any of the articles in this news letter or how the Cleanfix 'Golden Assurance' could help your business, please contact us using the details below or click here.... thank you!

Cleanfix UK Ltd
Unit 5, Belbins Business Park, Cupernham Lane, Romsey, Hampshire
T: +44 (0) 1 794 511 230 | F: +44 (0) 1 794 511 233 | E:
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