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NORTHWOOD


11.403 Northwood’s biggest ever stand at Interclean Amsterdam will feature the first sight of some exciting new developments in their brand portfolio.


Familiar faces will be on hand to discuss how distributors and end users can maximise the new opportunities, perhaps over something convivial in the ‘Impressions’ bar on the stand.


This popular innovation found favour at previous exhibitions and Northwood looks forward to welcoming customers old and new.


www.northwood.co.uk


TRUVOX INTERNATIONAL


01.407 Already synonymous with commercial floorcare, Truvox International and its sister companies have something else in store for visitors to stand 01.407 at Interclean Amsterdam 2018.


As well as more innovation from the company that last year launched the first cordless upright vacuum


GREENSPEED


01.106 Since its conception in 1981, Greenspeed has grown to be one of the most sustainable professional cleaning brands around. Following the takeover of Ecover Professional, the Dutch company, specialised in microfibre products and ecological cleaning agents, experienced great successes. Greenspeed will showcase their latest innovations at Interclean Amsterdam RAI, hall 01 stand 106.


One of these is the C-shuttle. Consisting of 75% recycled plastic and being recyclable, C-shuttle is


(the Valet Battery Upright), Truvox is promising another kind of floorshow.


On Tuesday and Thursday there will be some traditional performances that should not be missed. To get the dates and times of these acts, sign up to Truvox’s newsletter from the website so you don’t miss out.


Amid the whirl of culture and entertainment, Truvox is taking its award-winning cordless technology a stage further at Interclean. And you may notice that some of the old favourites have had a facelift. Alongside will be the latest models from the comprehensive


an ergonomic, user-friendly and sustainable cleaning trolley. The ease at which you can navigate the C-shuttle is unrivalled and it’s even possible to personalise the trolley with your own design or company logo. What’s not to love about it?


A second is the Click’M C: a lightweight magnetic mop system focusing on hygiene and the user’s comfort. The concept is simple: slide the frame into the pocket of the mop and click the magnetic seal, securing the mop while standing up. When you’re done cleaning, all you need to do is press the green button with your foot to release the frame and slide the used mop into the laundry bag. The biggest advantage


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floorcare ranges of Tornado, Powr-Flite and CFR, as well as Truvox.


Whether it’s polishing or scrubbing, vacuuming or deep cleaning, or carpet drying, every cleaning and facilities manager can get up to speed on their floorcare requirements all in one place. Visit Stand 01.407 to see the impressive line-up – and enjoy the show!


www.truvox.com


of this system? You no longer have to touch the mops while removing it, making it very hygienic.


This year Greenspeed will focus on circular cleaning, on which Greenspeed products are based. Being the first professional cleaning brand to receive the Cradle to Cradle Gold certificate, Greenspeed takes great pride in the way their merchandise provides a more healthy and efficient way to guarantee a clean work environment and society.


Greenspeed is crazy about cleaning, are you?


www.greenspeed.eu twitter.com/TomoCleaning


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