Nilfisk-ALTO is celebrates major supply contract with Jewson

Published:  10 January, 2011

COVENTRY: A range of pressure washers and vacuums will be supplied to all 216 Tool Hire branches of Jewson nationwide. Machine choice includes a range of Poseidon and Neptune Pressure Washers up to 90 bar and the Aero and Attix range of 110 and 230v vacuums.

Richard Pedersen, Tool Hire director for Jewson, commented on the agreement with Nilfisk-ALTO: “Nilfisk’s range of pressure washers and vacuums fits well into the Jewson hire fleet offering. Jewson only stocks the highest quality branded equipment and the partnership with Nilfisk is a reflection of our commitment to offer the best and most up to date tools and equipment to our customers.”

Jewson operate a hire fleet refurbishment programme that allows them to responsibly replace their older fleet. This stock is often donated to charities abroad such as the Lilongwe Wildlife Charity in South Africa.

Nilfisk ALTO national account manager, George Dodd stated: “Jewson has been a pleasure to deal with and we are delighted to be moving forward with them in 2011.”

The Nilfisk Group is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of commercial and industrial cleaning equipment. From commercial vacuum cleaners, pressure washers to road sweepers, Nilfisk offers a complete and affordable solution to all cleaning challenges.

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