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Mon Apr 22 2019

Tennant expands its Aussie network


Tennant Company, a world leader in cleaning technology and products, has appointed three new distributors to the Tennant Australia Distributor network.

The new appointments are part of a plan to strengthen customer support and coverage in regional areas.

The new distributors are: Western Battery, based in Orange NSW, Coxen Cleaning Supplies, based in Cairns QLD and Cleaning World, Fyshwick, ACT.

“We are very pleased to have join us as Tennant distributors, says Tennant Distributor Manager, Julian Lee.

“They will provide a high level of service, expertise and experience to Tennant’s customer base in Orange, Cairns and Canberra, he says.

Western Battery is a battery and oil wholesaler as well as a cleaning supplies distributor. Their territory includes the Greater Central Western NSW area bounded by Mudgee, Dubbo, Lithgow and Parkes.

Coxen Cleaning Supplies is the largest and longest established cleaning supplies business in Cairns. Coxen’s territory is the East Coast of Far North QLD from Townsville to Cooktown.

Cleaning World is well established in Canberra and offers equipment, chemicals, servicing and equipment rental. Cleaning World covers the greater Canberra region and far South Coast of NSW bounded by Wagga Wagga, Goulburn and Eden.

Tennant Company
Ph: 02 8718 9718


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