Success all round at Kingdom Cleaning

Cleaning and soft services provider, Kingdom Cleaning, is enjoying significant growth, following a number of new business wins, appointments, and acquisitions.

As part of major growth plans, Kingdom Cleaning acquired The Colvin Cleaning Group in July 2022, as well as taking over Facilicom UK in 2021, in a move to further strengthen its ability to deliver a truly national and local best-in-class cleaning service.

This has allowed Kingdom Cleaning to expand into new locations and market sectors, resulting in 10 new clients across the manufacturing, life sciences, education, financial and professional services industries. It has also retained and extended contracts with a number of existing customers, demonstrating its market-leading cleaning services proposition.

With a commitment to career development, Kingdom Cleaning has bolstered its teams in recent months, including the appointments of Colin Henry as Solutions Development Director, Louise Fishwick as Bid Manager and Shaun Wall as Operations Director.

The growth has also enabled the cleaning firm to offer a number of internal promotions, which has seen Karolina Rigby become an Account Lead, Adrienne Asztalos take on an Operations Manager role, Fatima Gomes become Day Manager and Ana Toidze step into the Business Support Manager function. Isobel Terrington also benefited from Kingdom’s professional development, receiving her second business promotion since first joining the business as an apprentice in 2020.

Peter Buff, Managing Director of Kingdom Cleaning, said: “The past 12-months have seen significant growth for Kingdom Cleaning, which has reinforced our leading position within the cleaning and hygiene sector. The new client wins and contract extensions are absolutely testament to the hard work and dedication of our talented team, who have fully embraced our mindset and vision for the future of the company. I would also like to welcome all our new colleagues and congratulate those who have recently stepped up into new roles.”