to everyone, is the new machine that will meet people’s requirements.

With a new design, the PW-C45 has been developed with environment and worker safety in mind, and is recommended in almost all sectors, especially automotive, construction, industry and agriculture, to wash machines, equipment and different types of surfaces.

The technologies it is made with lead to a consistent amount of savings in water, energy and labour costs, through improving efficiency by up to 10%. It is also highly eco-friendly, as more than 90% of its components are recyclable.

The PW-C45 is also provided with multifunction safety control (MSC) technology, a high-tech system which protects both the machine and the operator, and the Delayed Total Stop (DTS) function stops the machine 30 minutes after the trigger gun shutdown. The premium model has nine exclusive safety functions, including IPSF (Intelligent Proportional Switching Off), HBLS (High Brightness LED Signals) and a Maintenance Check LED.

With a foldable handle, large wheels and ergonomic design of the machine, the PW-C45 is easier to move, to stock and to transport.

Europe, this is a genuine story of UK and European harmony and collaboration. Many of our multinational or global clients are looking for a more standardised service delivery across geographies and can now benefit from our approach wherever they are based.”

The merged group’s executive management team will see Atalian Chairman Franck Julien and Group CEO Matthieu de Baynast joined by Kenton Fine assuming the role of Vice Chairman of the Group, with Rob Legge becoming UK and USA Chairman.


LESS ON PAPER Hanham Community Centre in Bristol has been able to divert funds to other aspects of the services they provide, and it’s all down to the savings made thanks to Northwood’s Leonardo Dispensing systems.

In the third sector, income is tight and demands ever-growing, the self- funding Hanham Community Centre meets a real need in its community and has done so, in various guises, for some 70 years.

Decisions on facility management are important when money is tight and it was following a careful assessment of the needs of the centre, which has some 9,000 visitors a month, that it was decided that Leonardo dispensing could provide a more efficient cost in use performance than the bulk pack and V-fold towels that had previously been installed.

The results have been astounding: the four months after the introduction of Leonardo compared to the four


AWARDS 2018 The European Cleaning & Hygiene Awards 2018 has announced Lucart Professional as this year’s silver sponsor.

The only pan-European awards for the sector, they recognise the high standards of excellence in the professional cleaning sector.

Francesco Pasquini, Sales & Marketing Director of Lucart AFH division, said: “Our vision is to ensure reliability, performance and sustainability in everything we produce. These are key themes for our industry as a whole. We are therefore thrilled to sponsor the awards to recognise the success and reward excellence in these areas, as well as celebrate the outstanding achievements that are taking place across the cleaning industry in Europe.”

months before showed a cost reduction of over 30%.

Jane Cox, Facilities Manager at the Centre, said: “We are very pleased with the reduction in paper consumption which allows us to spend more on other projects.”

Efficient dispensing from single sheet presentation, easy monitoring and less wastage have all contributed to this success, and Northwood are pleased to have been able to help – albeit in a relatively minor way – to free up hard won funds that are then used to help the people of Bristol.

Other category sponsors this year include Ceris Burns International, Greenspeed, Igefa GmbH, Truvox International, and Werner & Mertz, while other supporters include, RAI Amsterdam, Kenter GmbH, and Vectair Systems.

Now in their third year, the awards – founded by European Cleaning Journal and organised by Environment Media Group – are open to service providers, manufacturers and distributors in the cleaning and hygiene sector throughout Europe. Entries are open until 20 July 2018 via the Awards website.

The awards ceremony this year will take place on 15 November in Berlin.

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