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GOING GLOBAL GOING GLOBAL


The Chamber’s INTERNATIONAL TRADE TEAM can help you navigate your way through all of the regulatory procedures and documents that you’ll need for successful international trading


BOOST IN SALES FOR SANITATION SYSTEM


Mechline Developments, the manufacturer of specialised equipment for the foodservice and hospitality industry, has announced a 94% growth in international sales of its HyGenikx air and surface sanitisation system since March 2020. Driven by the coronavirus pandemic, Mechline


has received orders for the HyGenikx system from 21 countries across the globe, for use in a wide variety of industries including foodservice, health, leisure, retail and commercial. HyGenikx was developed before the pandemic emerged, but with the technology in the wall-mounted system proactively killing bacteria and viruses 24/7, including coronaviruses, it has quickly become a crucial


part of providing Covid-secure measures for UK operators. Kristian Roberts, marketing manager at Mechline, said: “Clearly, we would prefer it if the world did not have to deal with the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic, but it’s heartening to know that our HyGenikx technology, which is manufactured here in the UK, is helping to protect and reassure people all over the world in venues including commercial kitchens, hotels, hospitals and offices.” The HyGenikx system utilises a combination


of the most effective air and surface sterilisation technologies available, which are proven to target and kill biological hazards.


The sanitisation system can be utilised in the foodservice industry


Software robots help with efficiency


CUSTOMS PAPERWORK – AUTOMATED!


An innovative business process automation company has implemented software robots to make the labour-intensive task of routine customs paperwork more efficient. From 1 January 2021, customs


paperwork has been required for goods moving between Great Britain and any EU country, for both imports and exports. This was a challenge for customs clearance services trying to deal with an increase of thousands of documents every day. Ether Solutions, who provide


automation of business processes using software robots to perform repetitive activity that people undertake on computer screens, worked alongside one specialist customs agent to bring in their robots to help meet demand. Knowledgeable customs experts


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handle the complex situations, but the regular movement of goods is achieved with the software robots completing the daily routine processing. Ether Solutions David Martin


said: “Automation is ideally performed on stable processes. As the news headlines have been reporting there is still a lot of change happening in the GB – EU customs arrangements, but even during this challenging period, software robots have been delivering benefits by working alongside people as part of an integrated process. As stability emerges, the rules which humans have followed for the manual activities can be added into the processing logic of the software robots. This will free staff back up to focus on the overall customer service.”


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