Saturday, July 11, 2020

South Yorkshire tools business partners with global machinery maker

Attercliffe-based business Specialised Tools and Equipment Ltd (STEL) has partnered with professional international cleaning machine manufacturer, Kärcher UK.

The tools business is now an official distributor of Kärcher and will be joining a growing network of dealers offering Kärcher cleaning equipment and products to their UK customer base.

Specialised Tools and Equipment will supply Kärcher products to an array of sectors including; rail, janitorial, utility and construction.

Kärcher is a provider of cleaning technology offering a range of innovative cleaning solutions.

It supplies a wide range of industries including; agriculture, automotive, construction, contract cleaners, transport and logistics, health sector, hotel and hospitality, public service and municipal equipment, industry and retail.

Andrew Liversidge, Managing Director of Specialised Tools and Equipment, said:“Kärcher products are highly sought after amongst facilities management companies (FM) and other businesses with industrial floor needs such as the rail sector. As we largely supply and serve the rail industry, we knew that a partnership with Kärcher would benefit both parties.

“The professional range offered by Kärcher is world renowned and as industry leaders we knew that their products would be in high demand with our clients, both existing and new so we are delighted to have started this partnership.”

Ethan Miller, Head of National Accounts – Distribution at Kärcher, added: “We are very pleased to welcome Specialised Tools and Equipment Ltd (STEL) to our ever-growing distribution channel.

“As a well-known tool and equipment supplier in the UK and overseas, this partnership will ensure even greater access to Kärcher’s robust and innovative range of cleaning solutions for both the trade and public.”

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