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Following the Sustainability Debate led by our CEO Matt Rance at WTCE, we are thrilled to confirm that he has been invited to attend the 2019 Sustainable Cabin Forum in Lisbon. The one-day conference represents a first for aviation in partnership with IATA, bringing together airlines, airports, catering companies, manufacturers, regulators and the European Commission.

The Forum will focus on some of our favourite topics... single-use, plastic-free flights, the cabin waste challenge and the current waste regulatory framework!

Global Airline Laundry Team at WTCE 2019

We've had a great few days at WTCE 2019 - nothing better than catching up with all our friends, clients and colleagues. We loved the focus on sustainability this year and the great feedback from everyone on our Taste of Travel Debate on Cradle to Grave Sustainable Thinking - we CAN make a difference!

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We are excited to share that our CEO Matt Rance is leading a debate at the Taste of Travel Event at WTCE in Hamburg this year: to what extent can suppliers and airlines work better together to provide cradle to grave sustainable thinking for onboard products.

Matt will be joined by an Expert Panel: Gail Yates (Head of Inflight Services, Virgin Atlantic), Bill Carrejo (Director, Sales and Sustainability, Linstol and Simon Yaffe (Director Client Relationships, Buzz Products).

To attend the session visit the Taste of Travel Theatre at 2.15pm on Tuesday 2nd April located in Hall A3. All sessions are FREE to attend and there's no need to register - simply turn up and take your seat!

For more information view the Taste of Travel Programme.

MNH Globaly Laundry Servicing Solutions gives a gift of good health

In place of Christmas Gifts this year, MNH has chosen to donate to the WE Charity (formerly known as Free The Children) for the rehabilitation of a well and help communities gain access to safe, clean water for drinking, cooking and farming. A gift of a lifetime of good health!

We have also sent Christmas ecards and reduced our carbon footprint by planting trees for every card we send!

To find out more about the WE Charity visit https://www.we.org/gb/