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30.04.2019, 13:39

Office Move for Interduct UK

Company News, Catering, Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning (HVAC), EMEA, Service Provider News
Kitchen extractor and ventilation systems cleaning specialist Interduct UK has relocated to new offices in Bicester, Oxfordshire.

 

The company which works predominantly with hotel chain, restaurant and airport clients is Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) approved, and offers duct cleaning and grease management services in accordance with the association's TR/19 (Access Works and Ventilation Cleaning) guidance.

 

Interduct has also introduced evening working for its teams of engineers in the North and South of England to minimise disruption caused by cleaning operations.

 

Discussing the move, managing director, Le-Ann Eyles, said:

"Our requirement for new premises was prompted by the growth of the business and our need for a wider range of services. 

 

"We can now offer an end to end service to all existing and new customers."

 

 

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