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In light of recent mergers in the cleaning and FM industries, James Metzger of Metzger Business Search offers advice on how to find the best strategic match when acquiring a business.
Most companies considering an acquisition do so to complement the organic growth of their own business. Acquisitions can provide companies with added skills and
Ann Laffeaty finds out about the increasingly sophisticated window cleaning systems on the market that can be used for cleaning the interior windows of offices, stores and other facilities without causing any disruption or water damage.
Traditional window cleaning systems involve buckets, squeegees, detergents and plenty of water. Even water-fed
Food-safe detergents for cleaning down surfaces are a basic necessity when equipping a hygienic food preparation environment. But in the bigger picture there are plenty of other products that can help to avoid the risk of cross-contamination, as Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Most of us accept the vital role that food-safe detergents play in
In the latest of our special country focus reports, ECJ takes a look at the cleaning sector of Germany. With the help of industry experts we focus on the contract cleaning sector, its potential for growth and the structure of the market. We also report on the latest statistics related to cleaning equipment manufacturers.
The commercial cleaning
ECJ editor Michelle Marshall visits Dako in Denmark, a company specialising in tissue-based cancer diagnostics, to find out how ISS manages a wide range of facility services there.
Dako’s mission is to fight cancer and from its base in Glostrup, Denmark it provides reagents, instruments and software that give fast and accurate answers
Writing exclusively for ECJ, Andreas Lill from the European Federation of Cleaning Industries (EFCI) addresses the topic: ‘cleaning and building service companies must do more to adapt to clients’ changing needs in the face of economic difficulties’.
Cleaning service companies are increasingly forced to adapt to clients’