3M’s innovative range of floor pads and advanced cleaning and maintenance products is helping ISS to drive down costs and reduce its environmental footprint for the benefit of its customers worldwide.
3M is one of just two companies approved by ISS to supply floor pads for its global cleaning and maintenance operations ─ and the partnership doesn’t stop there. Impressed with 3M’s on-going commitment to cleaning innovation, ISS has recently been testing new Scotchgard Stone Floor Protector and 3M Glass Cleaner & Protector at its headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, with impressive results.
“As one of the world’s largest facility service providers it is vital that we partner with companies with a strong global presence and who share our commitment to cleaning excellence” says Anders Dedenroth Høj, Group Category Manager, Cleaning for ISS Group Procurement. “In 3M we have an approved supplier whose reputation for innovation is outstanding, and whose floor pads are renowned for their performance, durability and sustainability.”
Among the latest 3M products being adopted by ISS are the 3M Scotch-Brite High Shine Floor Pads and the 3M Scotch-Brite Surface Preparation Pad (SPP). The High Shine floor pads are precision engineered to produce a high gloss finish on both stone and resilient flooring and are double sided for enhanced durability. The SPP floor pads can quick-strip and deep clean floors using just neutral detergent or water. Customer trials reveal that, used with a standard rotary machine, SPP pads can save up to 74 per cent in labour costs compared to conventional chemical stripping.
“Doing more for our customers means thinking creatively and harnessing the latest innovations, which is why we were so keen to test these new protective coatings” says Joseph Nazareth, ISS Group Vice President – Group Health, Safety & Environment & Corporate Responsibility.
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