Welcome to a world of Kingdom service

Established in 1993 and operating nationally, commercial and service strength supported with organic and acquisition growth has seen Kingdom become one of the largest privately owned companies in the UK within our areas of service expertise.

Commercially strong we have a strategy to continually grow and strengthen by expanding our services and offering a complete support service to our customers.

Kingdom has all the power of a national organisation you would expect but we support our service provision from our network of regional support offices.

Being a private company our local people have the experience, entrepreneurial spirit, passion and capability to move faster and stay closer to your business. Our managers have the time to understand, manage and support your contract and work in partnership with their local teams to ensure they are happy and motivated people who bring best practice, innovation and cost savings to the table.

We hold all appropriate industry, safety and quality accreditations and we work extremely hard to deliver value and performance in today's fast-moving world, we don't stand still so utilise the best technology to provide you with a leaner, smarter and more connected organisation with information at your fingertips.

Combine all of this with being straightforward people to do business, our customers tell us it's a winning formula.

We hope we get the opportunity to serve you and if you need any questions answered please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Derby is often seen as a city, integral to the industrial revolution. Situated close to the Peak District, in the past Derby has brought in revenue through its silk industry. In the 1700's the processes of silk production were greatly improved by the implementation of silk spinning, the holder of the patent, John Lombe allegedly stole the techniques whilst working in a small workshop in Italy and according to legend, later died in mysterious circumstances.

At the turn of the century, Derby found itself once again at the heart of regional commerce, when car manufacturing giants, Rolls-Royce chose to invest in the east-midlands town by opening aircraft and motor production plants, providing plenty of jobs for the local workers. The Rolls-Royce plant still stands today and is joined by the Toyota plant as well as Britain's last remaining train maker, Litchurch Lane Works.