Robert Scott, one of the UK’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of cleaning products, has launched its latest innovation in the form of a new product catalogue for 2018 that stays hygienically clean.
Featuring an antibacterial cover that reduces the risk of cross-contamination and prevents bacterial build-up, the catalogue showcases a fresh, clean design, new category listings and a host of new products making it easier for customers to navigate around the extensive range of items available.
Over 1,000 products have been organised into nine new categories and include the latest innovations such as the Toucan Eco non-chemical cleaning system, Duop Cleaning Tool, Stream Disposable Mop and the Handy Mitt.
There is also an introduction to Robert Scott’s new Clean team experts, sharing some of their practical insight in a series of cleaning know-how articles on a range of subjects throughout the catalogue.
Sales Director, Alastair Scott, said: “The new catalogue is part of a wider project to refresh our brand with a new identity and focus for the years ahead. It’s a statement of our commitment to provide the best possible janitorial solutions for our customers’ diverse needs, with a real drive towards innovation. 2018 is a milestone year for the company, launching new products, a new e-commerce website, and updating our packaging with new eye-catching designs and simpler labelling, so when they appear in catalogues, online and on shelves they have greater appeal.
“We’ll continue to innovate and never compromise on quality, and this new hygienically clean and FSC certified product catalogue is the perfect example of the company’s commitment to delivering on these promises.”
Speaking on the design and production of the catalogue, Marketing Manager, James Brisbane, added: “We’ve taken inspiration for the materials used by the sectors our customers service. The Biomaster Antibacterial Protection has been successfully tested to the latest ISO standards on the most common organisms in more than 2,000 applications.
“The technology is already being used in the food industry for order books and menu cards; in education, where it’s used for textbooks and stationery; in the travel sector, for in-flight safety cards, and in healthcare where it’s essential to combat the spread of potential infections. In our many environments and industries, limiting bacteria is vital and helping cleaners in the fight to prevent cross-contamination risk is paramount. We’re confident the new product catalogue will provide a valuable contribution towards this goal.”