Evans Vanodine, a leading Manufacturer of industrial hygiene, have announced their status as an APSE Approved Partner.
Evans Vanodine has been developing and manufacturing consistent, efficient and cost-effective cleaning and hygiene products for over 100 years. Established in 1919 by William Charles Evans in Salford, the company, which is still owned and run by the Evans family, has grown from one small laboratory and an office to become a world leader in the industrial, food process and animal health sectors.
“The Evans Vanodine team is delighted with our status as an APSE Approved Partner,” said Nicky Biggart, UK and European Sales Manager at Evans Vanodine. “The pandemic has brought into sharp relief just how important clean, safe and sanitised environments are to the functioning of our local authority frontline services; services that play a key role in keeping the wider economy moving. We are thrilled to be partnered with APSE – the foremost specialist in local authority frontline services – and very much look forward to sharing our market-leading products and industry expertise with local councils as they strive for a cleaner and greener UK.”
Its products are currently sold in over 85 countries worldwide and cover an extensive range of applications. They help kill pathogenic diseases in healthcare settings, keep farms where our food comes from and the restaurants that serve it, safe and hygienic. Evans Vanodine are one of very few companies to offer hygiene security from the farm to the fork.
Speaking of the partnership, Paul O’Brien, APSE Chief Executive said, “Evans Vanodine delivered an excellent presentation at one of our Soft Facilities Management Seminars earlier this year, so I have seen first-hand just how dedicated they are to minimising the impact of cleaning products on our environment. They are undoubtedly a great addition to the APSE family and will bring enormous benefits to our membership.”
For more information about our new Approved Partner and how they can help improve your frontline service, please click on the link here.