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The Latest Academy Ambassador Sees Distribution As Key

NET LED Lighting are acknowledged specialists in LED lighting solutions for commercial businesses across the UK via its extensive electrical wholesaler network.
Seen as the manufacturers’ distributor, with over 25 years of knowledge and experience in SMD LED technologies, NET LED ensures they only supply products that meet the industry’s stringent quality and performance demands.
Christopher Dawes, Director at NET LED explains why they wanted to become an Ambassador of the Lighting Industry Academy.
“At NET LED we are very keen to set and raise standards for people looking for a career in our industry and have experienced first-hand the benefits of enrolling team members onto Academy courses.”
NET LED are a recognised LIAQA Assured Company for lamps and Commercial Luminaires and their supply chain and processes are accredited to ISO 9001 and 14001 ensuring the highest standards for quality and environmental management.
They are also a member of ICEL, the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting, whose mission is to strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting.
With such respected credentials as these, the Academy are proud to welcome NET LED to the family.
NET LED’s commitment as an Ambassador, reinforces the vision and direction the Academy will take by helping it reach its full potential, support its goals and promote education and skills across the lighting community.
The Academy with NET LED’s support will bring skills and learning to the whole community, and create opportunities to develop the lighting community for a bright and exciting future.


Apleona secures new UK FM deal with leading global automotive industry supplier

Apleona HSG Facility Management UK has secured a new deal with one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers, safeguarding UK jobs in the process.
The three-year deal, valued in excess of £2million, sees Apleona provide services including M&E, fabric, cleaning, waste management, postal services, porterage, pest control and project management at ZF’s Solihull campus, which also includes offices, laboratories and test areas.
This contract win will see 26 employees join Apleona from the former service provider. Additionally, the existing supply chain will be retained by Apleona going forwards, helping to secure further jobs potentially at risk.
ZF is a global leader in driveline and chassis technology, as well as active and passive safety technology. The company has a global workforce of around 146,000, with approximately 230 locations across 40 countries.
Alastair McQueen, ZF Group Vice President, Global Systems Engineering Electric Power Steering, said: “We are delighted that Apleona has been able to respond quickly to support to ZF’s requirements here in Solihull. We are also very happy that the employees of the former service provider working on this site have been retained by Apleona, maintaining jobs and allowing a seamless transition between suppliers.”
James Thoden van Velzen, Apleona UK and Ireland Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are delighted to have secured this deal with a world leading organisation such as ZF and in the process, have directly safeguarded 26 jobs. I am proud that we were able to quickly respond and grasp the immediate needs of the site and to fulfil all the requirements of the client.”
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Notes to editors:
Apleona HSG Facility Management UK, part of the global Apleona Group, provides integrated facility management solutions in UK and Ireland. With a client base that extends across 250 UK and Ireland operational sites, we employ 3000 talented people to deliver service solutions that work for our clients.
Our service solution is tailored to deliver building and facilities management and workplace services through a model that operates through self-delivery. We provide all none core business services from cleaning through to building maintenance for private and public sectors organisations including shopping centres, universities, hospitals and offices.


New guide highlights the maintenance cycle approach to effective pest control

A national trade body has developed a free guide for facilities managers highlighting the value of an effective maintenance cycle to be protected professionally in pest control.
The free guide, produced by the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), sets out the significant role effective pest control offers in terms of public health, the environment and the upholding of a positive reputation.
It features a wide-range of information including a calendar of pest problems, information on the most common species in the UK and procurement advice.
The guide, which works alongside BPCA’s already popular A to Z of pests digital tool, also includes insight from representatives from Peabody, Shepway District Council and The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH).
Dee Ward-Thompson, BPCA Technical Manager, said: “Effective pest control touches on the vital elements of an FM’s operations, including health and safety, the environment and corporate reputation.
“The most effective method to ensure protection and compliance is to introduce a maintenance cycle programme, with regular, targeted activity undertaken by a professional such as a BPCA member.
“This activity slots into an organisation’s scheduled operations to offer value and peace of mind.
“A large part of pest prevention is thinking ahead and identifying potential causes and entry points before infestations occur.
“Through the development of a routine maintenance cycle programme, a complete picture of effective preventative controls can be built, and relevant actions introduced.
“This will include inspecting premises on a routine basis and reporting on the status of pest infestation, organising and undertaking a programme of treatments, as well as using pest control equipment or chemicals to control and eliminate target pests.”

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