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THIS MONTH


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Celebrating 90 Years Of Innovation


Premiere Products demonstrate their forward-thinking nature, as they discuss the various products in the pipeline and plans for the future.


REGULARS


Soapbox A chance for industry


professionals to give their ‘two cents’ on some of the hot debates in the world of cleaning, and this month it’s on where the industry stands on technology.


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Ask the Expert Get your cleaning queries


answered by Natalie Dowse of Truvox – our resident expert.


Tomorrow’s Products This month’s latest products,


services and innovations, including a new guide on best practice in commercial cleaning, courtesy of


ServiceMaster Clean.


Ten Questions With... This month, we chatted to


David Garcia, Chairman of Polaris Plastics and Treasurer and Council member of the Cleaning & Hygiene


Suppliers’ Association (CHSA). FEATURES


Case Study: Grade One Standards


Grade One Commercial Cleaning outline why cleaning contractors should consider the business benefi ts of integrated management software.


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Newsfl ash Your essential industry news,


including all the latest appointments, contracts and exciting company announcements.


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World News A glance at the cleaning industry


worldwide, plus the latest ‘View From Abroad’ column by Ron Segura.


ISSA/INTERCLEAN AMSTERDAM SHOW GUIDE


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The Show Must Go On It’s fi nally that time of year


again, and we’re pleased to bring you the ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2014 Show Guide. Read on to fi nd out all about this year’s event – its sure to be a good one!


Innovation Awards 2014 From 66 entries, 10 nominees


were selected by the international jury for the Amsterdam Innovation Awards 2014. As the most innovative products on the market today, these products truly deserve their place in the ceremony.


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Company Profi les Get a sneak preview of the big


names to visit and what they have in store for us at their stand.


FLOORCARE, CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CARE


I Learnt The Hard Way In his second instalment


of fl oorcare advice, Mike Hamer, National Technical Sales Manager for PALLMANN, looks at how over-coating wood fl oors can be a nightmare.


Quality Control Altro look at how following


an incorrect cleaning regime could dramatically affect the slip resistance of safety fl ooring and lead to costly slip-ups all round.


WIPES, MOPS & MICROFIBRES


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Great Scott We paid Robert Scott & Sons


a visit at their Oldham headquarters, to fi nd out how they intend to take their business to the next level.


Colours, Cloths And Compromise


Stephen Belcher of SCA, discusses how products such as colour-coded cloths and solvent-friendly non-wovens can all help to improve safety at work.


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