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Pedro Chidichimo of Diversey, which is part of Sealed Air, writes his latest exclusive blog for ECJ. He says he has a clear view of how the industry will change in the near future.
A transparent film claimed to eliminate the problem of potentially harmful bacteria growing on supermarket trolley handles has just been launched on the market.
VanCom AntiBac clear film uses silver-ion technology to disrupt the cell walls and DNA in bacteria to prevent them from growing and multiplying.
In a recent study conducted by the
Kimberly-Clark has won a host of awards acknowledging its commitment to sustainability and ethical business practices.
The US-based company won the 2012 Circle of Excellence award from the Distribution Business Management Association (DBMA), an American business and academic forum. It was given for leadership in sustainability and environmentally
Is the office set to become redundant? Well, perhaps not – but its role at the heart of business is certainly undergoing radical change with the emergence of a new technology-led trend. Hartley Milner reports on the rapid rise of flexible working.
The great office breakout is unstoppable. Desk-bound employees across a range of industries
Markus Asch, vice chairman of the management board at cleaning equipment manufacturer Kärcher and president of EUnited Cleaning, writes his latest blog for the ECJ website. He discusses why manufacturers must work harder to understand their customers' needs before developing new products.
Cleaning companies typically have many employees who may be working at different times, at multiple locations, on different rates of pay. This can mean complex and time-consuming administration procedures when carried out manually, however there are now software solutions that can automate all employee-centric processes.
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