National distributor and training provider Jigsaw Cleaning Systems has opened a dedicated training facility and showroom. The new centre in Chorley offers training, technology and expert advice, providing customers with a single-source support package.
A new ride-on scrubber-drier machine boasting the latest in innovative technology has been launched to the UK cleaning market.
National distributor and training provider Jigsaw Cleaning Systems has introduced the Drivematic Delight, following the announcement of its new partnership with Swiss cleaning system specialist Wetrok.
An all-purpose machine which streamlines cleaning processes for the facilities management market has been launched in the UK.
The introduction of the Duomatic Esprit scrubber-drier follows the announcement of the new partnership between leading cleaning system specialist Wetrok and national distributor and training provider Jigsaw Cleaning Systems.
A new partnership has been announced offering groundbreaking innovation and expertise for the UK cleaning market between leading cleaning system specialist Wetrok and the national distributor-training organisation Jigsaw Cleaning Systems.
Wetrok, a Swiss company offering next-generation cleaning technology, will be working with Jigsaw to provide unrivalled products, services and support through its growing distribution network.
The issue of sustainability is a priority for the cleaning industry. As technology continues to advance, consumers are seeing the benefit of using environmentally friendly products which also get the best results. Here, Brian Boll, operations director of Jigsaw Cleaning Systems, looks at how this can be achieved.
Brian Boll, operations director at Jigsaw Cleaning Systems, looks at his relationship with cleaning and what made him fall in love with the industry.
Almost 700,000 litres of water were saved over a year by using disposable rather than laundered mops as well as financial economies of more than £55,000 at a major NHS hospital.
Some of the spaces in public sector buildings are by nature quite large and heavily used. This means the methods must be efficient, using less water where possible and so less time for cleaners in having to refill and replenish materials.