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Wilcomatic branches out with facilities service
Published:  03 March, 2011

Car wash supplier Wilcomatic has launched a specialist facilities management arm based on the variety of skills possessed by its 70-strong nationwide network of engineers.

The new Wilcomatic Facilities Management company will maintain and repair a range of facilities, including electrical installations, traffic barriers, air lift doors, security doors, fire alarms, emergency lighting and car washing equipment.

Wilcomatic Facilities Management's skilled electricians can also carry out Portable Appliance Testing (PAT). Under the Electricity at Work Act 1989, all portable appliances require testing/certifying annually. The company can do these tests outside of normal working hours, reducing the impact on retailers.

Wilcomatic business development manager Tim Munt said: "This move into specialist facilities management makes sense because we already have highly-trained electrical engineers covering the whole of Great Britain.

"We offer a very high standard of service, can address many jobs in a single visit and have a large national network that ensures we can get to a customer's site as quickly as possible.

"We have piloted the service with a number of companies and the feedback has been good."

0208 649 5760

www.wilcomatic.co.uk




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