Lancashire-based Cleanall Services has secured a number of high-profile contracts and is expanding its offering with support from Yorkshire Bank.
Alder Hey Hospital, Ridings Shopping Centre, Wakefield and Queen’s Square shopping centre, West Bromwich are among the company’s new customers.
Leyland-based Cleanall’s industrial and office cleaning teams have achieved more than 50 per cent sales growth over the last financial year.
To meet growing demand, the company hired 60 new staff and purchased 11 new vans to add to its existing fleet.
The new staff will receive at least the UK Living Wage with Cleanall being one of only 1,700 UK businesses accredited as a Living Wage Employer. This investment in the business’ growth was supported by a £1 million funding package from Yorkshire Bank.
The deal was negotiated by Keith Smith, Relationship Manager at Yorkshire Bank’s Bolton Business and Private Banking Centre.
As well as winning prestigious new contracts, the Lancashire firm has diversified its business offering manned guarding and a security division to compliment its services in the distribution and accommodation sectors.
Ian Gilston, Managing Director at Cleanall, said: “We are starting to reap the rewards of being a customer-centric business, with our service reputation growing with every new contract.