“Piepenbrock provides sustainability concept at a trade forum of the Hesse cleaning craft before Osnabruck land Guild, 04.05.2011 – now the word sustainability is” everywhere in Germany as present, that increasingly from a megatrend “speaks. “This followed well the Club for Reinigungstechnik e.V., on April 28, 2011, together with the State Guild of Hesse the expert forum: sustainability management future developments identify, evaluate, use” held in Kassel. There were over 200 participants and 16 exhibitors of cleaning companies, associations, product and machine manufacturers of the cleaning industry and related industries; among them also sizes like Piepenbrock, Tana, Nilfisk, Ecolab, AOK, Karcher and Vileda. Various speakers presented some aspects of sustainability management. Timo Brummer, speaker marketing & business development which was Piepenbrock group, in his keynote address before the sustainability concept of Osnabruck industry leader.
Other speakers included Christine Sudhop, stv. Managing Director of the Guild Association of building cleaning craft. Detlef Stange, Managing Director of the Association for Reinigungstechnik e.V., led by the Forum program routinely and entertaining. As an example of the Piepenbrock group the theoretical fundamentals, which laid the institutional speakers with their topics in the history of the day of the Forum, were backed up by the practical example of the leader. Timo Brummer explained what measures the company in the fields of future is economic, ecological and social. In his lecture, he entered on the individual service sectors and was also Piepenbrock goes green”before. This is a project, the Piepenbrock tracked since beginning of 2010 with the aim to streamline all services and products of the company. In addition, he announced that the preparation in full swing is sure to document these efforts. In May 2011, we will publish our first sustainability report, greater precision and more transparent to explain what measures we have taken and still take to enterprise-wide sustainable trade”, banes said the Auditorium.