Catering Insight – JLA teases new brand and expansion

Ripponden-based janitorial specialist JLA Group is launching a new brand capitalizing on its core service areas of catering, laundry, infection control, heating and ventilation and fire safety.

As part of the company’s growth, it plans to recruit 50 positions nationwide in the coming weeks, with opportunities available for those wishing to join as an employee, or through the apprenticeship program recently launched by JLA.

Christina Larkin, Group Chief Data and Marketing Officer, said: “We’re really excited for 2022. We’ve invested time and resources into building our new brand, but it’s about much more than a new appearance.

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“We put our customers at the heart of everything we do, to create a business that works for customers, colleagues and the communities in which we operate.”

Steve Leyland, Director of Field Operations at JLA, added: “We are proud to be JLA, proud to be the leading supplier of business critical equipment and proud of the comprehensive service we provide to our customers. .

“Thanks to JLA, our customers can have peace of mind knowing that we will take care of their critical equipment. With our five core services, we take care of them while they focus on what’s really important to them – making sure their guests, residents and customers have running hot water and hot, well-cooked meals. , a fire-safe building, cold and cold temperatures as needed, reliable equipment, and a hygienic, germ-free environment.

Over the last 2 years JLA has acquired several fire safety, heating and air conditioning businesses across the UK. With nearly 50 years of experience, the company today has a nationwide team of 450 engineers serving more than 25,000 customers at 40,000 sites including care homes, hotels, pubs, restaurants , housing associations, schools, hospitals and government and custodial premises.

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