How do you keep the cleanest places in the world clean? German reporter Alexandra Lachner finds out.
Although cleanrooms were for many years intended for sectors such as pharmacy or space technology, they have now become commonplace in a wide range of industries. “The driving force is mainly the consumer”, explains Frank Duvernell,
A case of misuse of workers and government funds has tainted the reputation of Denmark’s second largest facility service company, reports ECJ correspondent Lotte Printz.
They were going to start a new life in Denmark. But for 149 poor Eastern Europeans their dreams turned into a nightmare. The Eastern Europeans were lured to Denmark by
Anna Garbagna reports from Italy on the latest survey by the AfidampCOM association, covering the cleaning products distribution market.
AfidampCOM’s survey on the distribution market for the professional cleaning in Italy in 2015 was conducted from March until June this year.
The survey shows a reasonably positive picture with growing
It seems quite simple, but exploiting the power of social media takes some elbow grease. ECJ correspondent Lotte Printz reports from Denmark.
Back in the 1950s – when television was not yet a household item and being a housewife was the most common occupation for women in Denmark – the Danish radio broadcaster offered housewives the
Nico Lemmens in the Netherlands writes about a service-oriented approach to handling complaints.
We continue our exploration of Grönroos’s theories on service management and marketing. In the June issue of ECJ we argued that quick and excellent recovery performance in case of problems is in many cases the most important driver for
Oleg Popov, Russian correspondent for ECJ, explains how the economic situation is affecting the sector.
What’s going on in the market right now? Federal cleaning companies are cutting back on their expenses, since cleaning budgets have not increased, meanwhile prices are rising and government institutions are making choices in favour of