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Tersano Australia’s managing director
Nora Potter has been appointed the
sole distributor of European ecological
cleaning products supplier, Greenspeed.
Founded in 1980, Greenspeed provides
smart cleaning solutions for all surfaces
and a variety of application: interiors,
sanitary facilities, kitchens, laundry,
floors and walls.
“We are both committed to reducing the
environmental impact of current cleaning
procedures affecting our planet,” Potter
said. “And, with our Stabilised Aqueous
Ozone and Greenspeed microfibre
technology our customers will have the
perfect solution to go chemical-free.”
Potter said Greenspeed Australia has
access to the full Greenspeed range of
microfibre products and will customise it
to the Australian market.
“It’s well known in the industry that
microfibre and water go hand in hand.
Greenspeed has given us the opportunity
to raise the bar to a whole new level.
Cleaning innovation is in our company
DNA and this is the perfect innovation
to accompany Tersano’s Stabilised
First to market products will be released
at the ISSA Cleaning & Hygiene Expo
in May, including Australia’s first Green
Certified microfibre system along with an
eco-trolley, called the C-Shuttle, made up
of 75 per cent recycled plastic.
Commenting on the partnership,
Michel de Bruin, CEO and owner of
Greenspeed, said: “At Greenspeed we
are very pleased with this partnership.
Tersano Australia is known as a reliable
partner, this makes us confident that
we can together surprise the Australian
market with our microfibre technology.
“This partnership will give Greenspeed
a good start to enter the market thanks
to the field-knowledge and network of
Tersano Australia. We can serve the
Australian market better and the people
can be acquainted faster and better with
our innovations for ‘awesome cleaning’
results,” de Bruin said.
Greenspeed Australia and its distribution
partners will run free training courses
to educate the end user the benefits of
cleaning with quality microfibre.
Tersano Australia’s Nora Potter named
sole distributor of Greenspeed
Total Dispensing Solutions (TDS) is set to
launch a range of new products including
detachable dispenser modules, lockable
cabinets and a technology platform that
will enable customer to monitor dispenser
Sydney-based TDS provides automatic
dispensing solutions for cleaning
and hygiene chemicals, as well the
management of the dispensing program,
across Australia and New Zealand,
mainly in institutional, hospitality and
food and beverage.
TDS is also partnered with nine key
manufacturers from around the world
including Seko, Macnaught and Gilmour.
Vince Neal, managing director of
TDS, told INCLEAN the technology
platform is in “constant evolution”
and is focused on making customers
“proactive versus reactive”.
“The technology that we’re going
to have available soon is to help our
customers be more proactive versus
reactive,” said Neal.
Total Dispensing Solutions’ pipeline of new products
centred on “scalability”
The platform, which is currently being
actioned by TDS’ partners in Europe,
monitors the dispensers and sends
notifications via text and email to the
user when the dispensers are operating
out of their programmed parameters.
“We want to provide a cost effective
solution to monitor the key functions of
the dispenser so that if there is a problem,
or a potential problem, it will notify the
supplier and the customer instantly.”
Neal said TDS is also working to
approach the market with “scalability”.
“If you look at the market, like any
industry, there are different tiers within
it. What we’re working on is to build a
platform, a base platform that customers
can build upon – so it can offer a basic
account, a mid-level account as well as
more advanced integrated system for both
software and hardware.”
TDS’ dispenser units are able to be
connected and detached from one
another, allowing users to add-on
modules as required. The company has
also developed lockable cabinets for the
“A lot of customers have their chemical
concentrate in racks but there’s cases,
where for many different reasons,
facilities want lockable cabinets.”
TDS plans to heavily target the
commercial laundry sector this year,
and has as many as 70 new products in
“Last year we launched a new product
every month except over the holiday
period, and this year we have about 70
new products ready to go.”
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