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German reporter Thomas Schulte-Marxloh takes a look at new business potential for the cleaning sector in healthcare.
Today hospitals and surgeries are challenged more and more by increasing demands or certifications – also in terms of hygiene – which require significant investments in terms of personnel and technology. Outsourcing of
Companies in the FM industry must adhere to correct business practices, says our UK reporter.
We have warned previously of the danger to FM companies of examples of poor not to say illegal practices. In some cases these may not be particularly serious; employees and managers make mistakes on a daily basis which are not cataclysmic.
Italian reporter Anna Garbagna brings news of a survey into the distribution of cleaning products.
The third edition of the survey by AfidampCOM, analysing the Italian market for the distribution of machines, products and equipment for professional cleaning has been carried out.
The survey highlighted some dynamics driven by the economic
A window cleaner died after falling off his ladder, resulting in a court case, writes Christian Bouzols.
An accident has been tried by the local criminal court of Saint-Malo following the death of a window cleaner who fell off his ladder.
Nobody saw or heard anything that day inside a superstore near Saint-Malo, in Brittany. While he was
Oleg Popov at Cristanval Cleaning, Russian reporter, looks at the industry’s use of social networking.
The most important element of every business is communication between the parties involved and rapid reaction to change. Prosperous companies tend to open up to customers’ concerns and interests, their colleagues and potential
Nico Lemmens of ISS Facility Services examines new procurement legislation in the Netherlands.
With the new Public Procurement Act, which came into force in the Netherlands in April 2013, and the recent coalition agreement for the current Rutte II cabinet, the Dutch government has taken two remarkable steps. The new Public Procurement Act aims to