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Sanondaf Growth Continues Throughout the UK

July and August have been very exciting months for Sanondaf, not only have we just launched our first TV Advertisement on STV, but we have also had continued growth throughout the UK with a number of new franchisees.

Last month, we expanded into the South West with the completion of contracts to operate a regional license for Sanondaf in Cornwall. Local entrepreneurs Justin Ramsay and Kevin Pickin have acquired a Sanondaf regional license to operate and offer the full range of specialist disinfection and infection prevention control services.

Scotland has also benefited from an expansion in Sandondaf services with our launch into Edinburgh and the Lothian’s. Derek Gachagan is the new regional owner for Sanondaf on the East Coast of Scotland, and after spending a lengthy career working in the construction industry in senior management positions, he is the perfect fit to join the Sanondaf family.

In England, we’ve branched out into Yorkshire and Simon Testa will be using Sanondaf’s services in the Leeds Central and Harrogate area. We’re sure this introduction of our services will be a fantastic addition to this already established business, further enhancing the range of professional cleaning and hygiene services to customers throughout the region.

Finally, we completed our National coverage with the introduction of our first franchisee in Wales which will be run by Neil Lovering. Neil has had a long and varied career working for a number of large multi-national companies. If you’re in the Cardiff area, be sure to get in touch with us.

Over the last 12 months, Sanondaf has really become a global business with services and treatments carried out in Ireland, Mexico, Ecuador, Malta, Middle East, Singapore, and Thailand. If you’re a business who could benefit from Sanondaf’s service give us a call on 01236 702028 today or email us at [email protected]

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