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Traffik looking to expand UK service providers

Published 6th December, 2013 by Neil Nixon

Traffik looking to expand UK service providers

Traffic UK Ltd, one of the country's leading professional maintenance companies and promoters of sustainable flooring solutions, is looking to expand its national network of service providers.

Managing director, Howard O'Brien, said: “Traffik is a company that promises and delivers a reliable, consistent and exceptional maintenance and refurbishment flooring service, providing world class products and solutions through a nationwide network of highly trained, professional technicians across the UK and Eire. Our service partnership programme enables us to offer individually tailored floor refurbishment and maintenance programmes to both public and private sector clients which includes the replacement of old and worn floors with brand new long lasting surfaces in an unlimited range of colours, designs and finishes. Over the past 12 months we have significantly increased our range of services designed to acknowledge the desire of UK businesses to embrace a more sustainable future with regard to the maintenance of their business premises - particularly the provision and care of their flooring requirements. We are therefore interested to expand our network of service providers to meet this demand.”

The Traffik opportunity offers interested parties the chance to join a trained and committed team which can offer prospective new clients a range of sustainable solutions that help to both maintain and replace problem flooring at a fraction of the price associated with complete renewal.

O'Brien continued: “New providers will be given full training at our centre of excellence training centre. This is, we believe, an excellent opportunity for motivated and hardworking flooring and maintenance contractors across the UK to join what we hope will become a flagship organisation for a sustainable and cost effective approach to commercial flooring and its care.”

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