Truvox International, a leading supplier of commercial and industrial floorcare machines, held a masterclass at the Clean World on September 8.
Truvox exports manager for Europe Max Chupis visited the Clean World’s studying center and updated the employees on how to use modern machines.
The aim of the masterclass was to introduce Truvox technology to Georgian specialists. At the end of the presentation, the Clean World employees tested the Truvox latest equipment themselves. Truvox International is proud of being the world’s leader in the design and production of innovative floorcare machines, as well as in demonstrating thorough attention to quality standards. Truvox is a BSI Registered Company (BS EN ISO 9001:2008).
The masterclass helped the company’s employees to learn about the specifications of the equipment. This masterclass has improved professional skills of our specialists.
“I am very content with this event. Many interested people gathered in a friendly environment and we have achieved our main objective. As planned, we have shown the theory and practice of how to use Truvox’s machines. I have answered many questions. The reaction of these employees was really strong. They seemed to be interested in every details of the technology. I felt the interest from the very beginning. It was clear that employees came to really learn and get as much information as possible”, Truvox exports manager for Europe Max Chupis said.
“It is our obligation to offer highest-standard services to our customers. We are working in this direction every day. Truvox technology manufactures multifunctional equipments. With its help it is possible to work quickly and increase output. The training helped our cleaning specialists to learn about the equipment specifications and I’m sure it has enhanced their professional skills. They had the opportunity to test their abilities and see how technology really works. After the masterclass they cleaned the soft and hard floor and carpet. We have an ability to properly respond to our customer demands and needs”, the Clean World PR department head Khatia Alpaidze said.