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Cleanlink News | 2/8/2013


Swish Maintenance Acquires S.K. Sanitary Specialties Mfg. Limited


Swish Maintenance Limited, a sanitation supply distributorship, has acquired S.K. Sanitary Specialties Mfg. Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), effective February 1, 2013.

S.K. Sanitary Specialties is a distributor within the lower (Canadian) mainland. They provide green cleaning solutions.
 
“S.K and Swish have many common synergies,” says Shane Mahoney, C.E.O. of Swish Maintenance Limited.  “Both companies are built on sound ethical business practices with a core focus on their people, their customers, the communities they service, and industry innovation. We view this acquisition as our gateway into the western market and the beginning of our continued expansion across Canada.”
 




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