South Wales Fire Service & Rescue

”In the past we had a number of janitorial and PPE suppliers. Now we just have one -Adcock!

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service covers a geographical area of over 1000 square miles and a population of almost 1.5 million people.

Ten unitary authorities are served by 50 Fire Stations, a Control Room based at Fire and Rescue Service headquarters at Lanelay Hall, Fire Safety departments in Cardiff and Merthyr Tydfil, Community Safety in Newport and a new state-of-the-art training facility at Cardiff Gate.

South Wales Fire had dealt with Adcock for many years for catering equipment. Adcock was one of the few companies that stocked all the essential items which meant when a piece of equipment broke down the service was able to send someone to collect a new one straight away. In June 2006 the Fire service conducted an audit of their main janitorial requirements. Adcock, part of the Jangro group, was able to provide detailed consultative help ensuring that the quality of product was actually improved and at the same time costs reduced.

Adcock now sees itself as a partner supplier to South Wales Fire and Rescue. All Janitorial goods are sourced through Adcock and the Jangro range can be seen in evey fire station.

Jah Jirah Care Homes

Jah–Jireh is a charity in which Jehovah’s Witnesses care for elderly & infirm Jehovah’s Witnesses in a loving spiritual environment. If they so wish, brothers and sisters falling into these and other categories of inability who wish their spiritual life to be protected and provided for in a residential setting can come to us for assistance.

The Jah-Jirah care home in Merthyr Tydfil is one of the largest state of the art centres in Wales. Adcock has been involved from its inception providing both consultancy expertise as well as supply of cleaning materials and training.

Peacocks Fashion Stores

Peacocks is Britain’s hottest value fashion chain right now. The chain recently announced a £15 million expansion programme opening another 30 stores by March 2007. Since 1884, when the first Peacock store opened in Warrington, the chain has been adding new stores and today has 460 nationwide and 46 franchises overseas in Turkey, the Middle East, Ukraine and Russia.
Peacocks is part of The Peacock Group who also own bonmarche. The company was taken private in January 2006.

Adcock has supplied cleaning materials and consultancy to Peacocks and Bon Marche stores for 7 years