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Coventry City Council endorses Ingot Services with renewed contract

* Ingot.jpgA thriving Suffolk company has proved its continued success by once again winning a contract with Coventry City Council to provide kitchen extract cleaning for all its commercial kitchens.

The Coventry City Council contract was, as before, put out to tender and Ingot's professionalism, competitive pricing and high standards once again won through as they did in 2009.

Ingot's Managing Director Alan Maynard explains: ?We have had a fantastic relationship with the city council since 2009 and we are all delighted to have been given the green light to continue to work together.?

Coventry's City Council is responsible for over 340 schools and other social care sites, including retirement homes and community centres.

Alan continues:

"The council wanted one company to carry out the cleaning and maintenance for all their kitchens, working to a planned schedule to suit each venue and site manager."

Ingot's certified kitchen cleaning service complies fully with both Fire and Health & Safety legislation and on completion of each kitchen extract cleaning job for Coventry City Council, the site is left in an immaculate condition. The pre and post pictures and certificates are then sent to both to the authority?s central body and to each individual site.

"We will continue to demonstrate our rigorous high standards and I am delighted that we can carry on working together," concludes Alan.

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26th April 2012

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