Facility services specialist Grosvenor Services hosted an event in Dublin recently where European facilities management (FM) companies exchanged ideas and shared best practice. The company is part of European Customer Synergy (ECS), a network of FM partners that supports pan-European facilities management contracts.
The conference was attended by
Cleaning machine producer Nilfisk is to enter the sector's robotics race with the launch of The Horizon Program, a schedule of multiple product launches of autonomous solutions. The company is partnering Carnegie Robotics, provider of robotics sensors and software, in the project.
The objective of the programme says Nilfisk, is "to bring
Worldwide cleaning association ISSA has appointed Michel de Bruin as chairman of its European council. De Bruin, ceo of Greenspeed, succeeds Andrew Dunning who served in the post for three years.
"I am truly honoured to take on the role of chairman," said de Bruin. "My own commercial background in the industry has helped me understand what the
Paul Harleman, business development manager Benefrance at Vileda Professional writes exclusively for ECJ about the cleaning and disinfection issues ambulance services are facing. He looks at how they organise the cleaning process today and makes suggestions as to how they can improve.
Some time ago ECJ published news about a leading Dutch
ECJ editor Michelle Marshall visits building services provider Facilicom, which has its headquarters in the Netherlands. The company has identified the advantages of incorporating horses into its management training, with great success.
As the building services market develops across Europe and clients have changing expectations, so the providers
A Finnish company has created an app that lets office workers know which toilets are free and which are occupied - without them having to leave their desks.
Employees at digital innovation consultancy Futurice in central Helsinki created the app following frustrations that the gents' toilets were often occupied. Members of staff therefore wasted