He had just joined CrestClean but new franchisee Raj Prasad was happy to jump into working 12-hour days to help keep his community safe. The former dairy farm manager’s first cleaning contract was to provide a round-the-clock sanitising service to safeguard staff and patients at a Papakura medical centre. Each
He didn’t have to think twice when he heard the New Zealand Blood Service had enquired about extra cleaning for venues used by its mobile collection clinics. Wayne Ng was already carrying out cleaning and sanitising at the organisation’s Takapuna centre. It was not only work he was familiar with,
It might be uncomplicated and more than a bit repetitive but those carrying out the work just couldn’t be happier. In fact for the Altus Enterprises employees who bottle and label CrestClean’s Anti-Viral Sanitiser, it’s a task that also creates a strong feel-good factor that extends far beyond the satisfaction
FedEx personnel at a busy warehouse in East Auckland can be assured their surroundings are in safe hands when it comes to hygiene. CrestClean business owner Ankush Bhandari has been tasked with focusing on the numerous high-touch areas that workers come in contact with during their shifts at the busy
CrestClean personnel who are ensuring COVID-19 testing stations are regularly cleaned and sanitised have been trained to the highest level for the important task. A special training session, featuring a live online video presentation, has enabled cleaning teams across the country to be fully prepared when authorities ask for assistance.
It was heartfelt “thank you” as one of CrestClean’s longest-serving business owners swung by the Auckland office to say goodbye to his regional managers. After nearly 15 years in the cleaning industry, Rohit Sharma is calling it a day to concentrate his efforts on the trucking company he’s built up.
Owning a CrestClean business has given a young Auckland couple a head start in life and enabled them to get a firm foothold on the housing ladder. Ifraaz and Hasyana Ahmed, who have been franchisees for 10 years, say it’s been the success of their business that has enabled them
CrestClean’s Viky and Nileshna Narayan have scooped another prestigious business award just two weeks after picking up the title of Regional Master Franchisee of the Year. The couple, who look after the company’s Auckland South Region, won the Business Excellence in Health and Safety category at the annual Indian Newslink
Putting her school’s caretaking duties in CrestClean’s hands has been a resounding success, says Principal Jennice Murray. “I would never go back to any other way now,” adds the head of Don Buck School. Crest PropertyCare provides schools and businesses with a viable alternative to directly employing a caretaker. Caretaking
A passion for training has seen Fiza Rahiman step up to the next level to a role that ensures CrestClean’s high standards are maintained. He’s now fully qualified as an assessor for franchisees taking the Certificate in Commercial Cleaning. The role of an assessor involves scrutinising franchisees’ competency. Under his
The heavens may have opened on the day but the wet weather didn’t dampen the spirits of business owners at CrestClean’s biggest vehicle audit. Sam Lewis, CrestClean’s General Manager Franchise Services, says the venue provided by Alsco’s Fresh & Clean central Auckland site meant the essential checks could be carried
A couple who refused to let cruel thieves ruin their dream to move to New Zealand are celebrating 10 successful years with CrestClean and now own a six-figure business. Biren and Swaran Kumar had been left penniless when their home was burgled just days before they were due to