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Servest appoints MD to lead cleaning division growth

27 July 2015

Servest has appointed its divisional director Les Turner as managing director for corporate and public cleaning as Servest ups its focus on these sectors

Turner has been with Servest since 2011 when his family-owned business Turners Cleaning was acquired by Servest.

Turner is credited with driving the strong performance of Servest Cleaning in the corporate and public sectors in recent years. He has been instrumental in the huge success of Servest’s work for several big name clients.

His role will focus on sector growth through a holistic approach to operations, sales, client value proposition and the market.

Turner said: “I am delighted to take up the position and build on the success and grow the portfolio of the division and of Servest. I have already identified that there is real talent within the ranks and I am excited about developing all areas of our approach and getting stuck in.”

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