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NCS partners with TSS Car Wash Services

GRIMES, Iowa — NCS expands its portfolio of carwash services.

GRIMES, Iowa — National Carwash Solutions (NCS) has announced its strategic partnership with TSS Car Wash Services (TSS), according to a press release.

TSS is the industry’s leading customized carwash design solutions supplier located in Warren, Michigan, the release continued.

TSS provides carwash consultation, LED lighting, creative design, customized signage and systems, wash package solutions and marketing services to its carwash customers, the release stated, which will add to NCS’s bundled product and service offerings.

TSS recently tripled the company’s footprint, moving into a new 100,000-square-foot facility to accommodate increased demand and future growth, according to the release.

TSS also invested into new technologies to continue to offer world-class innovation, the release added, and it will continue to provide the same sales, service and support to all customers as it has since 1990.

“We are constantly looking for the right strategic partners to join the NCS family,” said Michael Gillen, CEO of NCS. “TSS is a perfect fit to our brand portfolio. We couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with such an innovative company. TSS is the leading provider of customized carwash solutions, marketing products and services. TSS has made a long-term commitment to quality custom products, resulting in over 28 years of continued growth. We’re very excited to join with TSS and their management team.”

“We’re convinced that NCS is the right strategic partner for us with resources and market leadership that will expand our capabilities. We couldn’t be happier to become part of the NCS family,” said Bobby Jones, vice president at TSS.

“We both share a vision to make our carwash customers more profitable through exceptional innovative products and service,” adds Abe Basha, vice president at TSS.

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