Tennant cleans up transport sites after Sydney was rocked by storm

With flights cancelled, roads blocked and train stations transformed into river canals, Sydney’s phenomenal overnight storm on 15 October sent the transport network into chaos. In the vanguard of cleaning up a flooded Sydney Domestic Airport were Tennant’s versatile T16 ride-on auto scrubbers, presently used in the Airport.

High quality cleaning equipment on display at 59th CIVENEX

The 59th annual CIVENEX was held 14 and 15 May at Eastern Creek, Blacktown (NSW), and according to a new management team headed by Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA) CEO John Roydhouse and event manager Toni-Lee Game, it included more than 50 first-time exhibitors. Showcasing cleaning equipment were a number of well-known companies […]

Tennant Company’s distributors inspired to ‘go for growth’ in 2014

In 2013 Tennant Company gave its distributors a target, which if achieved, would result in the 2014 Distributor conference taking place in Fiji. As a group they exceeded the target so Tennant’s distributors enjoyed three days of sun and hands-on conference agenda from 18 to 20 March at Westin Denarau Island Resort and Spa, Fiji. […]

Tennant promotes Mauro Compagnoni to vice president

In promoting five of its leading executives to vice president positions, Tennant Company has strengthened its management team in order to align with the company’s growth strategy. One of those executives promoted is Mauro Compagnoni who is now vice president of APAC. The other new vice presidents are John Lund, North America sales; Yves Derycke, […]

Tennant embarks on global strategy focused on growth in 2014

‘Growth is the number one priority’ was the stand-out message delivered at Tennant Company’s sales conference held at Crown Plaza, Coogee on 12 March 2014, where the combined ANZ sales and service teams came together for the first time in eight years. A two-day event, the conference was an opportunity for staff to be hands-on […]

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