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Today's cleaning carts are all about versatility, durability

September 19, 2010
Traditionally, the JanSan industry is one where employee turnover is common.

Especially at the end user level, building service contractors (BSCs) and in-house service providers (ISPs) experience regular employee challenges, such as training, performance, and loyalty.

Therefore, the products your department or company use are vital to the long-term success of the cleaning operation as well as the facility(ies) you maintain.

Benefits needed for successful operations
It is important to select products that require limited repeat training, minimal maintenance and upkeep, and are easy to use by employees with basic market knowledge.

In the health care, airport, and hospitality markets, for examples, selecting such innovative products can enhance the bottom line.

Customer satisfaction increases when cleaners, who use innovative equipment, are seen throughout the facility.

Today’s cleaning carts offer such an enhanced image opportunity, while also satisfying end user needs.

Manufacturers now offer cleaning/utility carts that are versatile and durable.

Cart features
Besides attractive designs and being easy to clean, today’s cleaning carts also feature ergonomic handles, robust wheels, maximum storage capabilities, adaptability, security, and a positive return on your investment.

With maximum carrying capabilities, cleaning and maintenance staff can easily transport vacuums, ladders, cleaning chemicals, linens, tools and much more on today’s carts.

In an industry where worker injuries are high, using innovative and easy to maneuver equipment, such as high-end cleaning carts, is commonsense.

And, since increased productivity is what all BSCs and ISPs require for an effective operation, cleaning carts can be used to reduce the number of visits to the janitor’s closet.