Russian reporter Oleg Popov from Cristanval cleaning company reviews latest sector statistics.
In 2009, the Russian cleaning market reached one billion dollars in volume. Based on figures from marketing research done by the DISCOVER Research Group, between 2010 and 2012, that volume practically doubled.
Growth in the market is due to
ECJ’s correspondent in Germany Thomas Schulte-Marxloh reports on occupational health statistics.
In 2009 occupational disability caused an estimated loss of 1.3 million man-years which means a gross loss of 75 billion euros, taking into account that all employees create value with their work.
Good news first: occupational safety is
A board member of the Polish Cleaning Industry Chamber (PIGC) has been appointed to take part in a high level advisory group to the European Commission’s work. Correspondent for ECJ Marek Kowalski reports.
Due to the involvement of the board of Polish Cleaning Industry Chamber (PIGC), supported by the leaders of the Polish Confederation of
ECJ’s correspondent in the Netherlands Nico Lemmens takes a look at the plethora of quality marks and responsible conduct codes flooding the Dutch cleaning market.
The Dutch facility services sector is flooded with quality marks and codes of responsible conduct. The Code of Responsible Market Conduct in the Dutch cleaning industry has been
Juan Díez de los Ríos, president of the Professional Association of Cleaning Companies (ASPEL), writes exclusively for ECJ about the professional cleaning sector in Spain as part of our series focusing on the major countries of Europe.
The economic crisis which is still gripping Spain, together with the complex Spanish employment
Legislation and how it will impact on business is on the minds of building service contractors in the United States - writes Ron Segura.
Legislation and how it will impact on the cleaning sector is currently on the minds of United States cleaning contractors. Some are wondering about the impact it will have on the operations of their companies.