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Swiftclean appoints business development manager

Swiftclean has appointed Mark Wilkinson as its new business development manager serving the North East of England.

Swiftclean's new appointment Mark Wilkinson

Mark joins Swiftclean from Polypipe Terrain, where he has been business development manager for the North for the past five years.

Mark brings with him a huge amount of knowledge and experience of the construction industry, gathered during the 36 years of his career. His familiarity with and understanding of the public sector is second to none; in recent years he has worked closely with local authorities and housing associations, and he is keen to apply this invaluable know-how to the private sector also.

“Mark joins the Swiftclean team at a time when air and water compliance and healthy buildings have rarely been more important for the nation,” says managing director, Gary Nicholls. “We are therefore looking forward to seeing Mark helping to spread the message of the importance of compliance throughout his impressive network of building management contacts.”

14 January 2021

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