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Holchem and Morrison’s Renew Partnership for Three More Years

08 January 2016

Supermarket giant Morrisons have awarded Holchem the contract for in-store cleaning with the hygiene solutions company securing the business for a further three years.

This continues the long standing relationship of the two companies. Following a successful seven years of supporting the supermarket giant’s hygiene plan, Holchem is set to continue the supply of cleaning products for use within over 500 stores.

This builds on the relationship which the Manchester-based cleaning experts have held with the Morrisons manufacturing arm for over 20 years.

Delivering hygiene solutions across retail and manufacturing sites, the close working relationship between the technical teams at both organisations is set to continue – with Holchem involved in back of house cleaning, whilst also maintaining hygiene standards in public facing areas of the stores.

Nick Edwards, sales director from Holchem said: “It is great news that we will be continuing our relationship with Morrison’s in the supply of their cleaning products for the next three years. 

“As a family-run company, Holchem is delighted to continue working with such a recognisable brand which also comes from a similar background.”

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