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Motivating the ‘Vigour’ of IFM Services

In today’s occupational hierarchy, it is a rarity to find organisations nurturing those in the unskilled cadre to acquire managerial proficiency to rise up the ladder. Vigours Hospitalities Services Pvt. Ltd, an eight-year-old facility management company, has chalked out the ... Read More »

Large-scale cleaning in the Smart City of the future

The future is clean with Data, Drones and Swarm Robotics Efficient infrastructure and an attractive living environment despite rising populations… Sparing use of resources despite higher demand… These key aspects highlight the challenges that communities are facing today. Moreover, in ... Read More »

Complicated Chemical Affair

      During an interaction with a facility service company, a hassled supervisor confided his frustration and outcome of trusting his boys with cleaning chemicals. In a five-star property, an area of wooden flooring was cleaned using a wrong ... Read More »

Changing Trends & Washroom Hygiene

If washrooms at home are an ideal place to read newspapers, it definitely serves as a safe place to have a private talk on the mobile too. But, once out of the washroom, that very mobile is not safe, as ... Read More »

Investing in Food Safety

In India, the food sector has emerged as a high-growth and high-profit sector due to its immense potential for value addition, particularly within the food processing industry. Currently valued at US$ 39.71 billion, it is expected to grow at a ... Read More »

FACILITY MANAGEMENT – The Transition in Outsourcing

Transferring processes to an external service provider is complex, as it involves transitioning the entire maintenance operations and requires due diligence in matters pertaining to documentation, planning, defining of roles, communication flow, evaluation process, knowledge transfer and other processes. ‘Having ... Read More »

Cleaning Industry Trends

The cleaning industry is buoyant, as the country in the changed scenario is adopting cleaning with open arms. The demand for cleaning products seems to be from coming any quarter rather than just the traditional segments as experienced previously. Some ... Read More »

UNVEILING THE POWER OF HOUSEKEEPING

INTERNATIONAL HOUSEKEEPER SUMMIT 2016 organised by CLEAN INDIA JOURNAL UNVEILING THE POWER OF HOUSEKEEPING More than 200 delegates from top hotels First time-ever Seven countries participate Asian Housekeepers’ Association launched Next Gen housekeepers felicitated Lifetime Achievement Award presented First-ever Fashion ... Read More »

TRACING TRENDS IN HOTEL HOUSEKEEPING

The importance of Hospitality services lies in the fact that the overall impression created by any hotel is based to a large extent upon the perception about its cleanliness. The Housekeeping Department determines whether guests are comfortable during their stay ... Read More »

Critical Cleaning

Cleaning specification, no doubt, is bound and defined in parity with the application, location and organization. However, it turns critical when it is outcome-oriented, especially in the pharma segment, requiring cleaning validation during preparation, processing and post production stages. Clean ... Read More »

Emerging Mega Food Parks in India

India is on the fast track as the Government embarks on the various developmental programmes including Smart cities and industrial & connectivity infrastructure. Figuring among the projects for industries is the creation of Mega Food Parks. With five of the ... Read More »

Understanding Chemicals in Surface Cleaning

Commonly in India, housekeepers identify cleaning chemicals for various applications either through their brand or the code number on the bottle. This has been a convenient approach, as it is easy to remember and there is less scope of an ... Read More »

Rising Confidence in Cleaning

AS RIGHTLY pointed out by Kiran Mazumdar Shaw during her interaction with Clean India Journal, “We have to be in a firefighting mode”; the Government at the helm has set the tone from “should” factor of cleaning to the “must” ... Read More »