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Charles Bentley and Son Ltd

Business Address: Charles Bentley and Son Ltd, Central House, Monarch Way, Loughborough LE11 5TP

Country: England,

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About Charles Bentley and Son Ltd

Producing a vast array of cleaning products that are used every day across the globe, tailoring our portfolio to meet our customers’ requirements.

 

Producing a vast array of cleaning products that are used every day across the globe, tailoring our portfolio to meet our customers’ requirements.

Our company was established in 1860 by the very first Mr Bentley after he had completed his apprenticeship as a brush maker over 150 years ago! In the early 1900’s Mr Bentleys’ son continued the business producing brushes in his back yard, hanging a Bentley brass plate on his front door which can still be seen in our Head Office today. A lot has changed over the 150 years and now we are known for our vast array of innovative useful products. We have recently launched two new beautiful household and garden ranges- the traditional English Heritage cleaning range and the National Trust Garden & Brushware Collection.

Bentley’s Vision: To provide our customers with outstanding innovative, great value and top quality products that are fit for purpose at competitive prices, always.

Our mission statement: Utilising our many years of experience in the cleaning industry our wealth of knowledge and our passion for innovation, it is our mission to produce a vast array of cleaning products that are used every day across the globe, tailoring our portfolio to meet our customers’ requirements.

2015 saw the launch of our brand new state-of-the art brush filling machine and we had the BBC here to open the machine! The fully automatic, CNC controller, brush making machine can produce 1200 brush tuffs per minute and increased production capacity by almost one third. The machine will help protect ten jobs and create a further eight opportunities. The state-of-the-art machine cost almost £400,000.