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Why do companies return to Amsterdam again and again to exhibit at ISSA/INTERCLEAN? And in these tough times is their investment still worth it? Ann Laffeaty asks exhibitors their chief reasons for attending – and whether the economic crisis has tempted them to think again this year.
The ISSA/INTERCLEAN exhibition in Amsterdam has now been
European Cleaning Journal editor Michelle Marshall visits St Pancras International station in London, home of the Eurostar rail service, to find out about the challenges of providing turnaround cleaning services on its trains.
Eurostar is the high-speed railway service connecting London with Paris and Brussels. Launched in 1994 from
Michael Braungart is a German chemist and former Greenpeace activist who advocates that we humans can reduce our negative environmental impact by redesigning industrial production processes. He will be the keynote speaker at the ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam Innovation Awards presentation next month, and here he talks to ECJ editor Michelle Marshall.
Traditionally floor polish manufacturers developed solutions that gave a corporate floor the brightest, shiniest finish – a floor with a mirror-like look. Thinking has now changed and suppliers must ask: does the customer really want shiny floors? Writing exclusively for ECJ, Matt Baines of Premiere Products explores how trends in floor
In the second of our special country focus reports, ECJ takes a look at the cleaning sector of the Netherlands. With the help of industry experts we focus on the contract cleaning sector, training and the distribution of supplies.
The contract cleaning sector in the Netherlands is currently worth 4.3 billion euros and there are almost 8,000
The London 2012 Olympic Games are now just a few months away, but for the cleaning company contracted to work at some of the Games’ many venues preparations are well underway. Aden Duncan is business operations manager at Leisure Support Services and he talks about the company’s drive to recruit up to 900 extra staff in the run-up to