European Tissue Symposium to participate in RAI/Interclean 2022

Team will explain the paper’s hygienic feature in Hall 3, Stand 501

European Tissue Symposium is going to participate in RAI/Interclean 2022 being held in Amsterdam from 10-13 May
European Tissue Symposium is going to participate in RAI/Interclean 2022 being held in Amsterdam from 10-13 May

The European Tissue Symposium (ETS) will be present at this year’s edition of RAI/Interclean, held in Amsterdam from 10-13 May.

Interclean Amsterdam is the largest professional cleaning community globally, welcoming leading manufacturers and professionals in the cleaning and hygiene industry from around the globe.

With hygiene being top of the agenda for all businesses over the past two years, this year’s event will be met with particular interest. Visitors will be keen to explore the latest innovative solutions and stay on top of recent market trends and developments.

Tissue paper has played a leading role in upholding hygiene in both professional and domestic settings during the Covid-19 pandemic. Its efficacy in delivering optimal hand hygiene as a method of hand drying following hand washing in public washrooms has been particularly evident, and paper also played an essential part in maintaining hygiene in the HORECA sector as restaurants and bars opened up following lockdowns.

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European Tissue Symposium’s role in reducing spread of infection

The European Tissue Symposium stand will showcase the paper’s unique hygiene features and display a range of scientific studies to demonstrate its effectiveness in reducing the spread of infection following a visit to the washroom. They will also be showcasing its wider features as an easy-to-use, sustainable product in the HORECA, business and procurement sectors.

Over 20,000 attendees are expected over the four-day event, with sessions on cutting edge topics and future technologies. In addition, European Tissue Symposium will be present with a stand-in exhibition hall 3, Stand 501.

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