Bart Pelton from Pelray International CompanyThe National Broom, Mop and Brush meeting was held October 10-11, 2019, in St. Louis, Mo. Below we have early reports on broomcorn, tampico and mop yarn. Next week, we’ll post reports handle materials. The Foreign Exchange Report and 2020 Economic Outlook by Bart Pelton will be in the print and digital versions of the November-December issue of Brushware.
For the first time the Boucherie Borghi Group will participate in the EXPO PLAST exhibition that is held in Sibiu, Romania. EXPO PLAST, the only Romanian exhibition dedicated to the plastics industry, brings together the most important companies in the field, Romanian and international exhibitors, manufacturers and distributors of internationally renowned brands. The exhibitors will present the newest technologies [ . . . ]
On the ABMA website, 2020 convention speaker Lisa Ryan has offered a link to a PDF copy of Manufacturing Engagement: 98 Proven Strategies to Attract and Retain Your Industry’s Top Talent. Inside this short, concise book are useful tips that will help you find and keep employees. The best part? These ideas don’t cost a lot of money. They don’t take a lot of time – and they work!
ISSA, the worldwide cleaning association, and its ISSA Show North America event partner Informa Markets today launched the speaker proposal submission process for the ISSA Show North America 2020 trade show, which takes place October 26-29, 2020, at McCormick Place in Chicago.
Professionals who serve and represent the professional cleaning and facility maintenance industries may submit proposals via the ISSA Show website for the industry-leading education program at ISSA Show North America 2020.
Ken Rakusin, President and CEO of Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. was the recipient of the Patriot Award at the 2019 Made in America Convention held at the Indianapolis, Indiana convention center on October 3-6, 2019. “This award was presented to Ken for his Proud To Be An American™ attitude and his unwavering commitment to manufacturing in the United States, in-spite of the infiltration of low cost, inferior Chinese goods”, said Don Buckner, founder, MadeInAmerica.com.