Good News for the Washroom – Touch Free Soap and Hand Towel Dispensers

KIMBERLY-CLARK PROFESSIONAL*, the leading supplier of washroom products, has launched a new high-image hand hygiene bundle that includes state-of-the-art, touch-free electronic soap and towel dispensers.

The high-tech dispenser bundle stands to offer washroom operators major benefits in the form of controlled cost in use and operational efficiencies.

The new Electronic Rolled Hand Towel Dispenser can provide a saving of up to 12.5% compared with the existing KIMBERLY-CLARK PROFESSIONAL* manual No-Touch Hand Towel Dispenser.

The new touch-free Electronic Foam Soap Dispenser, meanwhile, promises increased control with just one 0.65ml foam shot required per wash compared with the 2 shots required by the existing KIMBERLY-CLARK PROFESSIONAL* AQUA* Foam Soap Dispenser.

Both the touch-free electronic hand towel and soap dispensers in the new bundle offer high capacity refills to help prevent them running empty.

The Electronic Rolled Hand Towel Dispenser dispenses all KIMBERLY-CLARK PROFESSIONAL* Rolled Hand Towels made from AIRFLEX* Fabric, including KLEENEX Branded Towels for high image and SCOTT Brand Towels for greatest cost in use.

The Electronic Foam Soap Dispenser dispenses the new KLEENEX Luxury Frequent Use Foam Soap.

Fabulous news for the washroom!

Andy Cycles to John O’Groats for Action Medical Research

Futures Supplies’ Office Manager, Andrew Hills is taking part in the ‘UK End 2 End’ 1,000-mile charity bike ride from Lands’ End to John O’Groats. Organised by leading children’s charity Action Medical Research, the event runs from 22nd to 30th May 2011

Starting on the most south-westerly tip of England, the participants will cycle almost 1,000 miles through the beautiful British countryside. Andy will pedal his way through stunning counties such as Cornwall and Devon, head north along the Welsh border before skirting the Lake District into Scotland encountering lochs and highlands before hitting the North Coast and the most northern point of Britain, John O’Groats.

Action Medical Research is a leading UK charity focusing on child health and Andrew is hoping to raise £ 5,000 to help fund their vital research. Training since summer 2010, Andy has taken part in several of the charities 100-mile day rides in preparation for the massive 115 mile average a day he will be cycling.

Please please sponsor Andrew, visit or contact him