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Italian reporter Anna Garbagna with news of a planning workshop in Milan that took place recently.
AfidampFAB (Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machines, Products and Equipment for Professional Cleaning and Hygiene of environments) has been cooperating with the faculty of industrial design at the Politecnico di Milano in order to allow
ECJ’s correspondent in Scandinavia, Petra Sjouwerman, gives us an update on work-related skin diseases in the Danish cleaning sector.
In Denmark the number of compensation claims for work-related skin diseases has almost doubled these past six years, particularly for hairdressers and professional cleaners. Nevertheless Danish experts stress
Oleg Popov of Russian cleaning firm Cristanval looks ahead to key trends in the coming years.
Today, the main trend in Russia is towards the phasing out of non-core functions from public services, such as cleaning, catering, building and others. At the end of last year the Russian Army announced the introduction of outsourcing. The War Department
In the latest of our special country focus reports, ECJ takes a look at the cleaning sector of Italy. Giuseppe Gherardelli, general secretary of ANIP (National Association of Cleaning Companies) and UNIFERR (Union of Railway Cleaning Companies), offers his viewpoint on the contract cleaning sector. Both organisations are part of FISE, a member of
Italian correspondent Anna Garbagna reports on a survey into people's attitudes towards cleanliness in daily life.
Italians are very fussy about cleanliness in daily life and they are careful with the type of products being used and their impact on the environment and health. These are just a few of the aspects highlighted by the survey carried
Many companies are now questioning the value of attending trade exhibitions, explains US correspondent Ron Segura.
Here in the United States organisations have been deciding whether or not to attend the annual BSCAI/ISSA Convention in Chicago. For many companies the past year has been tough financially and to spend money on travel and lodging