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Hygiene message mats a practical approach to sanitation communications

Kleen-Tex Industries is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of precision mats, with global operations in Europe, Asia, North America, Africa and South America. With more than 50 years’ experience of mat production and innovation, Kleen-Tex has developed a wide range of products to keep dirt out of buildings and to help protect people’s health and well-being.

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a difficult and challenging time for many businesses, but the KleenTex supply chain has remained strong and resilient throughout this difficult period. New hygiene and cleanliness procedures have been introduced to protect Kleen-Tex employees, and everyone has remained safe and well during this time.

Promoting hygiene and cleanliness has been one of the biggest on-going challenges since the start of the pandemic, and Kleen-Tex has seen a significant change in its product mix, following the introduction of many hygiene message mats such as “Please Keep Your Distance” and “Wash Your Hands.” These are visual reminders for all places where people may come together.

Gary Haynes, Kleen-Tex Managing Director, said: “Our hygiene mats have been extremely successful, as printed floor mats offer a professional, practical approach to both message communication and floor level hygiene.”

Kleen-Tex has since been awarded the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Standard Certification for the production of textile/rubber-backed floor mats for industrial and individual customers. This certificate is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective environmental management system (EMS). “I’m extremely proud of the team’s achievement in attaining this important accreditation during this difficult period,” said Gary Haynes, Managing Director.

For further information about Kleen-Tex hygiene message mats, visit: www.kleen-tex.eu, email info@kleen-tex.co.uk or call (0)1204 70 50 70.


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