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Will you be attending AusClean WA?

* Stefan-Nehez.jpgAusClean WA will be held over 19th - 20th March 2013 in Fremantle, WA, and with more than 12 hours of education, 30 exhibitors, happy hour on the show floor and the Cleaning Council WA Golf Day, networking and relationship building has never been so simple in Western Australia.

One of the popular education sessions is 'Changing with the times' presented by Stefan Nehez (pictured) General Manager, Pacvac.

It is arguable that Australians have set the benchmark for the use of back pack vacuum cleaners (back packs) in the commercial cleaning industry. As the back pack has evolved over time, so have the needs of customers. As such, the niche market of back packs has been driven to progress with industry needs, as required by users and as demanded by regulatory authorities.

Two of the more recent needs in the cleaning industry have been for cordless technology in addition to the preservation of operators' health with respect to hazardous substances. Improved battery technology is facilitating their practical application in commercial vacuum cleaners, while advances in design capabilities and filtration are protecting users and their customers from harm. In the future, battery technology will continue to help improve the modus operandi of Building Service Contractors along with their profitability as a result. At the same time, improvements in design and technology facilitate compliance to the latest in safety and filtration standards that protect all of us.

It is imperative that manufacturers are in tune with customers and know, if not even anticipate their needs. BSCs need to remain profitable while complying with Workplace Health & Safety regulations. As those in Australia know, back packs are a key contributor to the bottom line due to their speed. Back packs must therefore continue to change with the times and reinvent the application of technologies if they are to remain an indispensable tool in the cleaning industry.

Those that attend Stefan's session at AusClean WA will no doubt learn how to make the best of this technology.

Book now if you're planning to attend - early bird deals finish on 28th February!

T: 1300 789 845 (from within Australia) / + 61 2 8586 6115 (from outside Australia)

www.auscleanwa.com.au

21st February 2013




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