Forty-five years since it started supplying carpet and upholstery cleaning solutions and equipment, Prochem Europe stands as one of the UK market’s principal innovators. 2019 saw that ethos take material form in the company’s new research and development laboratory facilities at Chessington along with recent investment in new labeling and filling technology.
Professionals and others tasked with cleaning and maintenance services can benefit from a newly-introduced programme of surgeries dedicated to stain removal from solutions and training provider Prochem Europe.
Business is literally taking off for Nick Woods at Herts & Essex Carpet Cleaning. If he’s not on site at Stansted Airport or the US military airbase at Mildenhall, he’s up in the clouds over London on the 46th floor of the city’s iconic Leadenhall ‘Cheesegrater’ building.
Tom Sultana's back at the Prochem training academy on another upholstery course after 30 years. Has much changed? “The biggest change is the emphasis on health and safety'” says Tom. “Of course we know more than we did about the subject today.”
Check out forthcoming dates for training, from now until summer. There’s a Two-day Carpet Cleaning course being held April 30th/May1st and a One-day Carpet Cleaning course on March 26th and May 14th (please note: all dates 2019).
Prochem has published 2019 training dates for courses being held at the company’s Training Academy in Chessington, Surrey.
Prochem retains a pole position in the UK cleaning marketplace that is exemplified by a strong roll-out of new as well as tried and tested solutions at the 2019 Cleaning Show at ExCel, London (March 19-21)
Prochem Europe wowed professionals from both vertical and horizontal cleaning sectors at the annual Window Cleaning Page (WCP) Cleaning Show this year.
Prochem Europe has extended its regional training campaigning to Ireland next month.
Global cleaning show Interclean Amsterdam 2018 stalled any suggestions that the prospect of Brexit means a slow-down in the fortunes of the cleaning business. Prochem were there ...