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K2 to Conquer the Summit

03 April 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
 
The K2 Structural Abseiling Services and the Rope Access division of Not Just Cleaning have merged and will operate under the K2 brand but as an operating division of Not Just Cleaning Limited.
Paul Crilly, MD of Not Just Cleaning said: "The combined services will provide NJC with a comprehensive and fully self-delivered rope access solution."
K2 will be managed by Steve Collier who said: "The merger allows us to develop our services. Our plans are to establish K2 as the authority on inspection, testing and maintenance of vertical glazing, cladding and façades and on working at height from a rope access perspective." 

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 03 April 2014

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