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Denis Rawlins launches cleaning equipment contract hire service
Cleaning consultant and equipment supplier, Denis Rawlins, has launched a contract hire service to help businesses invest in the latest cleaning innovations, whilst protecting their bottom line.
The service, which will enable customers to hire equipment from leading hygiene brands including KaiVac and SpaceVac, will offer fixed term contracts, with no upfront costs and set monthly payments.
The launch comes as the cleaning and hygiene sector faces severe staff shortages, due to a combination of financial constraints, furloughed staff leaving the sector and the impact of Brexit.
It is hoped that the new service will address this shortfall and support those workers that are still out there on the frontline, by bringing innovative cleaning machines, that deliver significant cost and time savings, to businesses of all sizes.
“The cleaning sector is currently facing staffing shortfalls and many businesses are preparing for a turbulent few months, as the economy looks set to fall into recession,” says James White, managing director at Denis Rawlins.
“When a business faces a challenging period, they need to do all they can to protect their bottom line - purchasing larger assets like cleaning equipment often gets put on hold. We wanted to find a way to provide access to the very best cleaning innovations, whilst remaining sensitive to the challenges currently facing our customers.
“We believe that our new contract hire service will not only help customers protect their finances, by removing upfront costs and setting fixed monthly payments, but it will also help them overcome any staffing issues, by using equipment that delivers the highest standards of hygiene, in significantly less time than traditional cleaning methods.”
To find out how Rawlins can help you with its contract hire service, visit:
28th July 2022