Data - how to succeed?

25th of May 2018
Data - how to succeed?

An increasing number of companies are investing in data-driven solutions. But some are failing to fully act on the intelligence they gain – which means they are also missing out on much of the value. Essity’s director of European business development Paul Church explains how a clear-sighted vision of the benefits of data can

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Asian Paper and Tissue World to take place in Bangkok

25th of May 2018
Asian Paper and Tissue World to take place in Bangkok

Asian Paper & Tissue World Bangkok 2018 is a pan-Asian event bringing together paper, packaging and tissue product makers and suppliers from around the world. Taking place from June 6-8, the theme will be Shaping Success: Strategies for Sustainable Growth in Paper, Packaging and Tissue.

The exhibition and conference will take place at BITEC

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Makita adds new high pressure cleaners

24th of May 2018
Makita adds new high pressure cleaners

Makita has added two high pressure cleaners to its range. The Makita HW1200 model has a regular operating pressure of 100 bar with a maximum pressure capacity of 120 bar, and a maximum delivery rate of 420 litres per hour. The Makita HW1300 meanwhile, has electrical two-pressure settings with regular operating pressure settings of 110 bar on Hi

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Hillbrush adds Foodservice range

24th of May 2018

Hygienic cleaning tools manufacturer Hillbrush has introduced the Foodservice range, specially designed for hotels, restaurants and catering establishments.

These tools are colour coded, available in five colours and made using FDA/EU approved materials. Said to be lightweight yet durable, own branding is also available.

Wall-mounted and

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Philanthropy is alive and kicking

24th of May 2018
Philanthropy is alive and kicking

Philanthropy is not dead. Corporate charitable giving fell away dramatically across Europe during the worst years of the recession. But the sector is bouncing back strongly, thanks in part to small business owners increasingly looking to ‘give something back’ to the communities they serve, writes Hartley Milner.

The Winter Olympics in

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Cleaner may lose out after finding gold in a bin

24th of May 2018
Cleaner may lose out after finding gold in a bin

A South Korean cleaner may miss out on a fortune in gold after an unexpected find in a rubbish bin, it's been reported.

According to The Korea Times, a cleaner found seven gold bars worth a total €274,000 whilst emptying a rubbish bin at Incheon International Airport last month.

The bars, each weighing 1kg, were wrapped in newspapers, and

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