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Kitchen ventilation expert relocates to bigger premises

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Interduct UK’s new larger premises in Bicester.

Kitchen extraction and ventilation cleaning specialist, Interduct UK, has expanded the business with the relocation of its offices.

The company had outgrown its premises in Northamptonshire in terms of space and facilities, and has now moved to a new base in Bicester, Oxfordshire.

The new premises will provide more space to accommodate staff growth and should ensure that they have the necessary facilities and storage. Interduct clients can benefit from the good transportation links with easy access to Bicester via the M40 and A43.

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The business has been able to expand due to sustainable growth, offering an end to end service for existing and new customers and specialising in grease management and ventilation cleaning and maintenance.

The expanding growth in the specialist areas has resulted in the increase in staff and for existing staff to be promoted, such as Le-Ann Eyles and Andy Crowley who now have director roles, supported by Steve Whiteside as service manager.

There has been additional members joining the administrative team and development of a north and south foreman to support the engineers at night whilst carrying out the kitchen extraction cleaning, with further introduction of more teams and managers nationwide to cover the riser cleaning, TR19 access works and ventilation cleaning.

Eyles said: “We are really excited about the growth potential within our business and the ability to be able to offer a wider range of services. Interduct is now able to successfully offer an end to end service to all existing and new customers in a professional and efficient manner.”

Interduct work with clients in various industries ranging from hotel chains, to restaurants and airports, ensuring they are accessible and compliant. It is BESA (Building Engineering Services Association) approved and has over 30 years’ of collective experience.

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