Showcasing expertise at The London

Cleaning Show Leading global producer of skin health and hygiene solutions for away-from-home settings, GOJO Industries- Europe, will be exhibiting at The Cleaning Show 2021, which takes place 2-4 November at ExCeL London.

At its stand, B27, GOJO will be presenting the new PURELL SOLUTION as well as the rest of its wide product range.

As the owners of internationally recognised brands including the PURELL range, one of the most trusted brands for skin and surface sanitising, and the GOJO brand, specialising in soaps and tough soils cleaning solutions, GOJO has a wealth of experience in the hygiene industry.

Visitors will be able to learn more about the newly launched PURELL SOLUTION, a hard-working hand hygiene system, which offers a complete solution to help fight the spread of germs in facilities across a variety of industries. The range includes innovative new dispensers with breakthrough ‘Energy-on-the-Refill’ technology, and a brand-new type of ‘healthy soap’ that works harder to remove dirt and bacteria from the skin.

As well as exhibiting the PURELL SOLUTION, GOJO will be showcasing its wider product range. This includes HAND MEDIC Professional Skin Conditioner, and PURELL Surface Sanitising Spray and Wipes, a range of no-rinse surface sanitising products that are fast acting, highly effective and specifically designed to meet surface sanitising needs within food contact areas. GOJO will also be sharing information about the PREVENS PARIS range of dispensers and refills.

Chris Wakefield, Managing Director UK & Ireland at GOJO industries-Europe, commented: “We are thrilled to be exhibiting at The Cleaning Show, and are looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand in person once again.

Hand and surface hygiene has been critical in the fight against infection during the pandemic and we welcome the opportunity to showcase how our products and expertise can help ensure workplaces are safe and healthy spaces.”

New MD enters the Matrix

Leading steam machine manufacturer, Matrix Cleaning Systems, has announced the appointment of Natalie Pownall as the company’s new Managing Director.

Natalie has been working alongside her father, Bob Pownall, for 16 years and it has come the time that Bob has decided to stand down and pass on the reigns to his daughter.

Natalie is a proven business leader within the manufacturing and supply of steam cleaning machines. She has successfully played a huge part in the growth and development of Matrix Cleaning Systems since day one as the Office Manager and Company Director. She will continue to use her knowledge and expertise to grow the family business to the next level and is looking forward to taking

on a more operational role within the business.

Bob said: “I plan to semi-retire and distance myself from the business, and enjoy spending more time with my youngest son. The business is in great hands and Natalie will continue to do a great job in building on what has already been achieved along with the team at Matrix.”

Natalie commented: “Matrix has built a great reputation for high quality products and excellent support for its customers with a great team behind it. I am extremely excited to see the company go from strength to strength in its market position, develop growth opportunities and new products. This is a very exciting time for both Matrix and the cleaning industry.”

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