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It was all Greek to us and we liked what we saw...
Many people believe a refuse sack is, as they say, a refuse sack. Well those of us in the cleaning industry know that there's a real difference and that generally you get what you pay for. A good sack, which will take more weight and volume, will cost more, but will be less likely to split. A cheap sack will end up costing more as you either have to double up or continuously be replacing split sacks. Simple. Or is it?
The team from Y-not Plastic - all the way from Greece - appeared to have been building up their biceps throughout the show, demonstrating how you simply could not tear their refuse sacks and bags. But despite being extra strong, you still get lots for your money, with 15 bags per kilo rather than the more normal eight. Even better, the material is impregnated with an anti-bacterial fragrance at no extra cost.
Unsurprisingly, the team had enjoyed a great show. "We've had more than 1,000 excellent leads over the past three days," enthused Manos Moustakis.
"Y-not Plastic cares about the environment and the people," he promised. "Through vigorous research and innovative, technological methods, our products represent the most economical and environmentally friendly solutions and come in a myriad of colours. The relationship we have with our clients is based on trust and we offer excellent customer service, prompt delivery, competitive prices and customised solutions."
Manos told us that there had been a lot of interest from stand visitors in the Photo-oxo-biodegradable bags, which, like the other products in the company's range, provide excellent value for money.
30th May 2013