MNH's CEO Matt Rance joins Virgin Atlantic's Sustainability Specialist Kathryn Asplin as she explores how they work in partnership to divert cabin waste from landfill.
For more information on how MNH works with Virgin Atlantic to help achieve their Sustainability Objectives read their latest Sustainability Report ‘Change Is In The Air’.
MNH reuses or recycles 500 tonnes of waste for Virgin Atlantic each year. Nothing goes to landfill.
Onboard Hospitality's September issue is a dedigated guide to onboard sustainability focusing on 'crafting a greener journey' and features Virgin Atlantic's new sustainable Goodie Bag. MNH features as their specialist partner refurbishing and recycling their new sustainable Amenity Kits and diverting waste from landfill.
Find out how to make kits sustainable on page 68.
“You took an unloved area of the business and implemented strict financial and operational controls; improving the product quality whilst reducing costs. ROTIX® will give us ongoing cost visibility and inventory control across all our ports. Congratulations MNH on a job well done – it couldn’t have been a smoother transition!”
Mike Leckey, Head of Inflight Services, Virgin Australia
“MNH’s independent status as Specialist Laundry Service Chain Managers means United receive a professionally-managed service, best-in-class laundry network and significant cost savings”.
Beth Mohr, Sr. Category Manager, Procurement, United
“As we continue our development the need to set up and manage a global laundry network would not have been possible internally without significant additional resources. MNH provides us with an alternative - a single specialist point of contact to manage all laundry stakeholders across our network from start up to ongoing BAU management"
Simon Soni, Director - Catering Services, WestJet