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Autoclenz appointment

Published 8th March, 2010 by Neil Nixon

Autoclenz appointment

Autoclenz, specialist in car and fleet valeting, has made two new senior appointments and launched a brand new website. Lee Johns takes over as divisional sales manager of React, the company’s specialist cleaning and decontamination service, while Chris Taylor heads up the company’s vehicle collection and delivery solution, Movements by Autoclenz, as well as taking responsibility for the Ready to Rent accounts in the south east.

Johns, who has worked for Autoclenz for over 10 years, said: “I’m really excited about this new role as React has the potential to achieve huge growth in key market areas such as the emergency services, housing associations and facilities management. I’ll be looking to accelerate that growth. React offers a clean, professional and discrete service, when it’s needed most.”

Taylor, who previously worked as a business development manager for Mercedes Benz, said: “Autoclenz is well known for its professional, high quality service delivery and it’s from this position that I can help it to grow. Clients who outsource their collection and delivery services through Autoclenz can expect a first class service.”

Chief executive, Grahame Rummery, said: “It’s a challenging year ahead and we’re expecting increased growth in new service areas. These high- profile appointments and the launch of our new website reflect this and our desire to place increased emphasis on the professional and cost-effective services we offer customers.”