Prochem Europe receives Royal Warrant of Appointment to HM The Queen
Cleaning technology and solutions manufacturer, Prochem Europe has been
granted a Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen for the
supply of carpet cleaning products.
The prestigious award is a
mark of recognition to individuals and businesses for the supply of
goods and services to The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh or The Prince of
Wales for a period of five years or more. It also reflects the
recipient's environmental performance and sustainability.
The Royal Warrant empowers
the holder to display the Royal Arms in connection with the business in
accordance with The Lord Chamberlain's Rules. The Royal Arms and Royal
Warrant will be incorporated into Prochem Europe chemical product
labels, stationery, website home page and other permitted marketing
Alan Tilley, Managing Director at the Chessington, Surrey-based company
"The Royal Warrant is a prestigious mark of recognition and everyone at
our company is extremely proud to receive it."
Issued January 2012 on
behalf of Prochem Europe Ltd by
petermuir public relations
Whiteleaf Business Centre, Buckingham Industrial Park, Buckingham MK18
tel 00 44 (0) 1296 715228 www.pmpr.info
About Prochem Europe
Founded in 1974, Prochem
Europe Ltd. is a leading British manufacturer of cleaning and
maintenance products for carpets, fabrics and floors. Chemicals are made
at the company's headquarters in Chessington, Surrey and are available
through an extensive network of national and international distributors
along with its carpet, fabric and floor cleaning equipment, accessories
commercial provider of training to professional cleaners, Prochem Europe
also offers a range of industry-recognised training courses for carpet,
upholstery and floor cleaning and maintenance at Chessington, covering
the latest techniques and maintenance methods.
About Royal Warrants
Royal Warrants are granted
to people or companies who have regularly supplied goods or services for
a minimum of five consecutive years to The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh
or The Prince of Wales.
The Warrants are a mark of
recognition that tradesmen are regular suppliers of goods and services
to the Royal households.
Strict regulations govern
the Royal Warrant, which allows the grantee or company to use the legend
'By Appointment' and display the Royal Arms on his products, such as
stationery, advertisements and other printed material, in his or her
premises and on delivery vehicles.
There are currently
approximately 800 Royal Warrant holders, holding over 1,100 Royal
Warrants between them (some have more than one Royal Warrant).
Further information at