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Hydro Appoint New Sales Director


Hydro Systems, the world’s largest independent manufacturer of chemical proportioning and dispensing systems, has appointed John Shields as its new European Sales Director.


In his new role, John will be responsible for all sales activities relating to the Hydro, Nova and Volumetric brands throughout Europe, the Middle-East, Africa and India.


John joins Hydro Systems with a multi-skilled background in sales, manufacturing and finance, plus a wealth of experience gained in


senior executive roles within the cleaning industry. He also knows the dispensing sector particularly well, having most recently served as General Manager and Group Sales Director for Brightwell Dispensers.


In his career, John has also held long-term senior executive positions with Dudley Industries (a Rentokil Initial subsidiary), Lyons Tetley, and Monsanto.


Commenting on his decision to now move to Hydro, John said: “I was impressed by the ambition of the company and respected its substantial


and ongoing investment in offering a truly comprehensive range of products for a wide variety of applications.


“Since joining I have been increasingly excited to learn of the portfolio of product innovations we are launching at and after the ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2014 show.”


www.hydrosystemsco.com The Biggest Cleaning Event In Scotland


The countdown is on to the opening of Scotland’s leading showcase for all products and services used in the cleaning and support services industry.


Cleaning Expo Scotland 2014 is already set to be a must-attend event, with over 1,500 pre-registered visitors already, and a significant number of high profile companies exhibiting, including: Nilfisk-Advance, Tennant UK Cleaning Solutions, Host von Schrader, Vileda Professional, Disposables UK Group, OGL Computer, PTS Clean, Sebo (UK), Merlin Business Software and the Federation of Window Cleaners, to mention but a few.


Cleaning Expo Scotland 2014 is set to be the largest cleaning event ever held in Scotland, taking place at the award-winning Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow, on 3rd and 4th September 2014.


Visitors to the show can expect to find numerous new, innovative products and information designed to assist in lowering costs and improving standards of cleaning and hygiene, as well as looking at such issues as graffiti removal, chewing gum removal, insurance, legislation and environmental issues.


Cleaning Expo Scotland 2014 offers a unique opportunity for cleaning


equipment manufacturers and suppliers to showcase products and services to the buyers or potential buyers of cleaning-related equipment and services in Scotland.


“The event will bring together buyers and suppliers representing every sector of the cleaning industry, all looking for innovative solutions to their cleaning and hygiene problems,” said Martin Scott, Exhibition Director at Fairweather Events, which as well as Cleaning Expo Scotland 2014, is organising Cleaning Expo 2015, Healthcare Hygiene Expo 2015 and Street Cleaning Expo 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham.


The SECC is a perfect place to host such an important new event for the cleaning industry. A world class exhibition centre in the heart of Scotland, it has 3,000 car parking spaces and is less than a mile from the M8, making it easily accessible by road. Glasgow Airport is less than 15 minutes’ drive away, and the exhibition centre station is just 400m from the SECC entrance, making it easy for exhibitors and visitors to attend, however they intend to travel.


Cleaning Expo Scotland 2014 is free for all visitors to attend.


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