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National Carwash Solutions partners with Vacutech Vacuum Systems

GRIMES, Iowa — NCS adds another company to the family.

GRIMES, Iowa — National Carwash Solutions (NCS) has announced its strategic partnership with Vacutech Vacuum Systems, according to a press release.

Vacutech, based in Sheridan, Wyoming, works with a variety of customers in commercial and industrial operations that require specialized vacuum systems, including carwash operators, the release continued.

The company’s central vacuum systems serve industrial applications, including mining operations and manufacturing, plus commercial applications such as airports, hotels, hospitals and carwash operations, the release noted.

Brothers John and Tom Tucker started Vacutech in 1997 based on their commitment to manufacturing the highest performance vacuum systems combined with unparalleled customer care and after-sale support, the release added.

Their experience in the carwash industry began with their work in their father’s central vacuum business over 60 years ago, the release stated.

Vacutech adds formidable firepower to NCS’s arsenal of bundled products and services to meet customers’ carwash needs by providing the same great sales, service and support it has for more than 20 years, the release noted.

“We are always looking for strong strategic partners to join the NCS family,” said Michael Gillen, CEO of NCS. “Vacutech is an absolute perfect fit to our brand portfolio. We’re thrilled to partner with such an innovative company that serves many industries, including carwash operators.”

“It was clear that National Carwash Solutions is the right long-term strategic partner for us. Only NCS has the resources, the brands and the market leadership that will fuel our growth in the carwash segment. We’re very excited to join the NCS family,” said John Tucker, CEO of Vacutech.

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