A Newton Aycliffe firm is hoping to expand after a agreeing a new partnership with a leading Durham-based training provider.
AAA Caring Caretaker, based on the business park, has linked up with the Finchale Group, formally known as Finchale College, which has an established reputation in the training of veterans in the North-East.
Both organisations employ veterans, and say their new agreement will enable them to draw on each other’s strengths to grow.
Richard H Tucker MBE, managing director of Caring Caretaker, said: “This is an exciting opportunity for us to grow significantly over the next few years.
“This partnership will enable our company to engage in higher level contracts, as The Finchale Group will provide those highly sought after skills in bid writing, while they also have significant training facilities to enable those individuals chosen to be ready to start work.
“Our highly-effective service is designed around our clients’ needs. We can offer a tailored, integrated value-for-money service, whether this be an office move, cleaning services, painting and decorating or site maintenance, and we’re proud to have such highly-trained and motivated personnel.”
AAA Caring Caretaker also works for the NHS trust in the Durham, Tees & Esk Valleys along with enjoying a partnership with LandMarc Solutions, one of the approved Defence Contractors and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, and is now seeking to develop its client base with neighbours on Aycliffe Business Park who are seeking quality and reliable partners.
Find out more at aaapropertynortheast.com/caring-caretaker or call 01325 311116.
- Pictured above (left to right) Richard H Tucker MBE from AAA Caring Caretaker, Durham mayor Katie Corrigan, the Lord Lieutenant Sue Snowdon, Mandale Group estates director Joe Darragh and Finchale Group CEO Diane Watson.