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.
After seven successful years owning a CrestClean business Bura Takinoa has never been happier in his work. “I’d be happy to spend my whole life cleaning and retire as a cleaner too,” he says. “It’s a good business to be in.” Bura Takinoa and his wife Kamoroa, who are originally
Students who have been promoting RecycleKiwi at their school had a big surprise when Commonwealth Games athlete Sam O’Dea popped in. Sam decided to see for himself how youngsters at Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery in central Christchurch have fully embraced the recycling programme, which is proving popular with schools throughout
A former ostrich farmer is celebrating five successful years running his own CrestClean business. Cornelius Du Preez says compared with farming in his native South Africa, CrestClean has been a breath of fresh air. “Being a farmer was a lot of hard work. This has been a real change for
CrestClean franchisee Sandeep Kumar has plenty of firepower at his fingertips as he gears-up to further expand his business. He’s just purchased a state-of-the-art floor battery-powered scrubbing machine in readiness to begin a major new cleaning contract next month. Robert Glenie, CrestClean’s South Canterbury Regional Manager, says when Sandeep and
Doing a great job for their customers has been a hallmark of success for CrestClean couple Stuart and Raylene Price. The Whakatane kiwifruit farmers, who are celebrating 10 years with the company, have built a strong business by putting their customers first and offering a dependable and reliable service. After
CrestClean’s Glenn Cockroft found himself unexpectedly fielding questions about our national game from curious Americans attending an international conference. Glenn, who was manning CrestClean’s stand at the Dominican Education Conference, was approached by the event’s keynote speaker, Sister Laurie Brink, and her colleague Sister Betsy Pawlicki. But it was rugby
A growing demand for commercial window cleaning in Northland has seen CrestClean run an upskilling course for its Whangarei-based personnel. The company’s Regional Manager Edward Irving is not surprised by the increase in enquires about the company’s Pure Water Window system. Using a high-tech water filtration unit, which removes all
Buying a CrestClean franchise has redefined family time for busy mum Gretna Tauma. Now that Gretna can choose the hours she works there’s a lot more free time to spend with her husband Tion Tiaon and their five children. Before the couple joined CrestClean, Gretna worked nightshift as a cleaner
Since buying a CrestClean business in 2018 Aman Kareer hasn’t looked back and says it’s definitely the best decision he’s ever made. He quickly built up his customer base and less than a year after joining the company Aman had been able to quit his daytime factory job to go
Meet three masters of their chosen profession. The Tauranga trio – Junie Bag-Ayn, Ralph Sales and Tanmeet Singh – are among the latest CrestClean business owners to graduate with Master Cleaners Training Institute. CrestClean’s Tauranga Regional Manager Jan Lichtwark was proud of the achievements of the franchisees. “Training is highly