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AF International Announce Ownership of State-Of-The-Art Premises

Posted on 05 June 2015 by the AF Team

AF International, part of HK Wentworth Ltd and an established manufacturer of computer and office equipment cleaning products, is expanding and positioning itself for continued growth with the purchase of the company’s global headquarters and UK factory. The company had initially leased the 62,000 sq. ft. premises on their relocation to the high-tech facilities situated in Ashby de la Zouch , Leicestershire 4 years ago.

Survey Reveals Technology Insurance and Protection Is Rare

Posted on 02 March 2015 by the AF Team
Tags: Infographic

Did you know that 83% employed adults own a smartphone? Just one of the fascinating facts to come out of another survey by computer and office equipment cleaning product specialists AF International.

AF International, manufacturers of specialist IT, computer, tablet, smartphone and general office cleaning products, surveyed 1000 employed adults in the UK, between the ages of 18 and 60, about their mobile technology. It became glaringly obvious that technology insurance cover for loss or damage is only held by a small minority of the population, despite the fact that these devices contain such valuable, personal information that play an important part in our daily lives. A staggering two thirds (68%) of the survey admitted to having no insurance cover at all and out of those who had insurance, 37% had made a claim.

AF International has huge success with the launch of Sprayduster ZeroTM

Posted on 19 February 2015 by the AF Team
Tags: Sprayduster Zero, Active Carbon, Carbon Duster, AF Sprayduster, Keyboard cleaner, non-flammable air duster

AF International selected Paperworld Germany to launch the world's first active carbon air duster Sprayduster ZeroTM. This ground breaking product features 'zero' flammability, 'zero' toxicity, 'zero' odour and 'zero' risk of combustion. It also contributes 'zero' to the world's rising CO2 levels and presents 'zero' limitations with regard to can orientation.