The ISSA has announced that additional expertise has been sourced for the UK’s Industrial Cleaning Machine Manufacturers Association (ICMMA) in order to progress objectives and create further value. The ISSA will be working with Andrew Dunning, who will provide secretariat support from now on, succeeding Rob Shaw and Rachel Eastop.
Dunning is a long-time employee of Numatic International and has more than 20 years of experience in the British cleaning industry. From the very beginning, Dunning has been a great supporter of ICMMA, most recently serving as the ICMMA representative for the British Cleaning Council (BCC). Through his expertise, commitment and integrity, Dunning has helped to build a solid foundation for ICMMA. "We are convinced that Andrew will tackle this new responsibility with the same passion and dedication he has displayed in the past,” said Regina Henrich, ISSA´s European manager. “ISSA is truly happy that Andrew has decided to join our team."
Andrew Dunning said: "Especially within the dynamics of Brexit, I am very much looking forward to taking over the position of the ICMMA secretariat, working with familiar and loyal members and inviting new ones to represent and integrate ICMMA's members' interests in collaboration with the wider cleaning industry."