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New CSR quarterly figures now available

The new CSR quarterly figures are available. By closely monitoring our performance in the areas of People, Planet and Profit, we continuously work on further improving our sustainability policy.

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Italian inspiration for sustainable design

13-04-14 |Our Commercial Director Henk Bremer returned from a two-day visit to the Salone del Mobile design exhibition in Milan in Italy with a head full of ideas and new inspiration. “What a fantastic experience and a great opportunity to look at the latest developments and trends in the area of sanitary...
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Increased export turnover for Satino Black

02-04-14 |The export of Satino Black to new European countries continues to grow steadily. For example, we recently won our first orders in Poland, Estonia and Ireland. Rob Didden, Sales Manager Export: “These are significant initial successes which will hopefully lead to spin-off effects in these countries....
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Tests with recycling beverage cartons

05-03-14 |Van Houtum is actively engaged in tests for collecting and processing beverage cartons in collaboration with the municipality of Roermond. Process technologist Eric van Hoof: “This is good for the environment and recycling beverage cartons delivers high quality fibres that are ideal for our...
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Satino for McDonald’s Spain

04-03-14 | McDonalds’s recently became a Satino end-user. The world's largest chain of restaurants purchases blue cleaning paper and blue paper towels in Spain. Rob Didden, Export Sales Manager: “McDonald’s Spain has become one of our largest Spanish end-customers overnight based on this contract.”Eurodel...
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Return box gives old dispensers a new lease of life

14-02-14 |Thanks to the handy Satino Black return box, used dispensers that we recuperate from our customers can look forward to a new lease of life as a stylish Satino Black dispenser. The return box replaces the traditional waste container in companies and storerooms. Weststrate in Zeeland was the first...
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