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Cromwell Dundee and Peter Grant Papers celebrate success


challenging and they needed a dispensing system that is cost effective, robust and won’t generate waste that can be left lying around. The Greenbay system was the state-of-the-art solution they needed and it’s proving ideal in situ.”


Five paper towel dispenses and two soap dispensers have so far been installed at Rautomead International.


Sensors on the touch free towel


Cromwell Dundee is celebrating after installing Peter Grant Papers’ innovative and intelligent Greenbay Dispensing system at Rautomead International, a UK-based specialist in the continuous casting of non-ferrous metals and the construction of continuous casting equipment for copper, copper alloys, gold and silver.


Dave Paterson, Sales Manager at Cromwell Dundee explained: “We primarily serve industrial and commercial companies and so really understood Rautomead’s requirements. As you may imagine the environment is


dispenser detect moisture on hands, which eliminate accidental wastage. The system also has adjustable sheet size and time delay


dispensing options and no sheets are left hanging from the dispenser when it is not in use.


Also ‘touch free’, the soap dispenser operates quickly and smoothly and the high volume of the dispenser – over 3,000 uses per cartridge – minimises the number of refills required.


Green Bay’s double-stacker toilet roll dispenser means there is always a high capacity (2 roll x 800 sheet) toilet roll available eliminating the need for spares to be left out, which quickly look messy and can get contaminated.


www.greenbayuk.com


Graham Brown joins Midland Paper Products Paper Converter, Midland Paper Products have announced the appointment of Graham Brown as their new Sales Executive in the South West.


Graham is well recognized in the South West, having sold AFH paper products in the area for over 20 years and therefore adding valuable experience to Midland Paper team.


You can contact Graham at graham@ midlandpaper.co.uk or by phone on 07966 674254. www.midlandpaper.co.uk


Mops and cloths are coming home!


For a long time the Robert Scott & Sons Ltd mills in Oldham, Lancashire were the main source of mops, cloths and other woven products for both the professional and domestic UK markets. However, cheaper manufacturing and material costs available abroad led to a diminished capacity at the mills and a diminished workforce. But, the company are now pleased to announce that they are now bringing mop manufacturing back to their mills again and are actively recruiting new staff to handle the demand.


Alastair Scott tells us more: “This is good news both for us and the local economy and has been met with a very positive reaction from all our customers, the ‘Made in England’ tag is a definite plus and above and beyond all else, seeing the mills in full production again is a great sight! We are now producing a variety of traditional and new mops and cloths here and hope over the coming months to further increase capacity as demand grows.”


Since its introduction, two new sizes of mop weight have been introduced, including the


‘Skinny,’ which is proving really popular for smaller areas of buildings. As Alistair says: “Big is definitely beautiful, when it comes to the ‘Made in England’ Big White Mop!”


www.robert-scott.co.uk


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