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Matrix Cleaning Systems - UK manufacturer supports frontline workers globally in fight against COVID 19
Matrix Cleaning Systems is a leading UK manufacturer of a complete range of steam machines manufactured in Leyland, Lancashire, and the company has stepped up to the mark to support frontline workers in the fight against COVID 19, all over the globe.
“We have seen the demand for steam cleaning machine technology increase dramatically - not only here in the UK, but through huge demand from overseas,” says company sales director, Mike Osiadacz.
“Matrix has increased production capability, to support the demand for steam from Australia, South America, (including Argentina, Chile and Peru, where the machines operate with different electrical requirements), Scandinavian countries, Europe - including Denmark, France, Greece, Spain and Italy – and the Middle East, as well as new markets for Matrix such as India.
“Now supplying to 30 countries globally, we are delighted to have been chosen by so many clients for supplying a key product to assist with the fight against the Covid-19.
“With machines currently being evaluated in North America, Matrix is truly establishing itself as a force to be reckoned with in the steam market. The success has been down to truly colossal effort by all the team at Matrix.”
Mike explains that the range of models feature steam only, steam and vacuum, steam and detergent or the complete solution steam, vacuum and detergent.
“Matrix Cleaning Systems can encompass all aspects of your steam cleaning requirements, including housekeeping, catering and leisure environments, contract cleaning, food manufacturing and specialist chewing gum removal solutions,” he says, outlining some of the main factors for the reason for growth and demand for steam as:
• Improving hygiene standards
• Increased demand from all markets to tackle Covid-19
• Growing demand towards sustainable and green cleaning technology
• Multifunctional use for daily and deep cleaning in all sectors
• Proven validated results
14th May 2020