Speaking following this announcement, CHSA Chairman Stephen Harrison said, “Having recently awarded a contract for the CHSA secretariat to be managed by CSSA and Andrew Large in his role as running a number of secretariats for cleaning industry associations we are clearly disappointed that Andrew is leaving but we wish him well in his future at the British Poultry Council.
The CHSA has made a strategic decision to locate its secretariat services with the CSSA
and I will be working closely with the CSSA Chairman to ensure that CHSA members receive the high levels of service they expect throughout this transition period and beyond.”
The Cleaning and Hygiene Suppliers Association was launched in the late 1960's to bring together companies supplying cleaning equipment and materials to commerce and industry. Over the years, the Association has evolved to meet the ever increasing demands of the market - growing significantly in size and stature whilst doing so. Members have been attracted from all areas of the industry - from established multi-nationals to developing, medium sized-businesses... and small, yet flourishing independents. The Association provides a unique relationship between manufacturers engaged in product development and production, and distributors who supply product, with the membership divided almost equally between the two.
Now representing more than 200 manufacturers and distributors across the UK, the Cleaning and Hygiene Suppliers' Association is the trade association of suppliers to the 'Away from Home' cleaning industry.
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