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The Travelator Cleaner from Baudoin Wash-Systems was declared the best innovation for the professional cleaning industry at the ISSA/INTERCLEAN exhibition in Amsterdam. It was chosen to be awarded the overall prize from the three category winners – the other two being Kärcher and Alpheios International.
The results were announced at a
After holding strike action for nine weeks, cleaner members of the FNV Bondgenoten trade union in the Netherlands have reached a settlement - winning the pay increases and education allowances they were campaigning for.
The settlement consists of a 3.5 per cent pay increase over two years, which is 1.5 per cent more than the general wage
The European Commission has broken the deadlock on setting criteria for identifying hazardous chemicals, requesting companies to table plans to substitute them even if no alternatives have been clearly identified.
Environment commissioner Janez Potocnik and industry commissioner Antonio Tajani announced they have found a common approach to
The Italian cleaning machinery, equipment and chemical manufacturers’ association AfidampFAB has
elected its board of directors for 2010. The president is once again Michele Redi of IPC Ready System.
Daniele Bonini of Isal serves as deputy vice president. Members of the council are Gianfranco Bonotto of Tre Colli; Maurizio Cigola of IPC
The organisers of the China Clean exhibition which took place in Shanghai earlier this year have announced a growth in visitors of almost 10 per cent and a rise in exhibitor numbers of over 20 per cent.
This year’s event saw a total of 177 exhibitors from more than 20 countries taking part – up by 21.2 per cent on last year. Countries
After the Icelandic volcanic ash had darkened the skies and brought European air traffic to a grinding halt just days before, the cloud cleared and the sun shone for ISSA/INTERCLEAN in Amsterdam recently. The industry’s most important trade exhibition attracted almost 23,500 visitors and a record 651 exhibitors.
The percentage of foreign