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Vax Ltd

Established in 1977, Vax is the UK’s number one carpet washing brand. Vax’s headquarters are located in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England, and its floorcare products are distributed worldwide. Vax prides itself on developing products that combine patented technology with features that provide solutions to a wide range of cleaning tasks. Vax's product portfolio offers a comprehensive range of uprights, cylinders, steam cleaners and hardfloor cleaners. In 2007 Vax Commercial launched in the UK with a range of commercial grade compact, durable vacuum cleaners and carpet washers. Vax UK is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong based TechTronic Industries Co.Ltd. (TTI) TTI is a market and innovation leader in power equipment products, floor care applicances, laser and electronic products.

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