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Diversey Care Awarded Equipment Contract With Premier Inc.
Sealed Air’s Diversey Care division announced that Premier Inc., a healthcare improvement company, has awarded Diversey Care a 3-year group purchasing contract for its TASKI and Intellibot floor care equipment.
“We’re thrilled to be selected as a supplier for Premier’s floor care equipment category,” said Carolyn Cooke, Vice President Healthcare North America, Diversey Care. “Our environmental service product bundle, clinical disinfectants and value-added services have created significant value for Premier members. This new contract will further help members create and maintain better environments of care with our innovative floor care equipment.”
Premier Inc. unites an alliance of approximately 3,750 U.S. hospitals and more than 130,000 other provider organizations. The contract with Diversey Care offers members access to a variety of TASKI and Intellibot hands-free equipment and accessories at specially negotiated pricing and terms, beginning March 1, 2017.
TASKI auto scrubbers, vacuums and tools are ergonomically designed and allow organizations to reliably and effectively clean with ease. For facilities looking for automated floor care, the Intellibot machines are an ideal choice for consistent cleaning. The robots use safety sensors to navigate hallways and large areas such as lobbies and cafeterias.
“We strive to help healthcare organizations deliver the image they want to project without compromising operational efficiency,” added Cooke. “Assessing and helping members select the best equipment and maintenance practices along with turnkey programs that make implementation and training of staff seamless will help facilities reduce the spread of infection, lower costs and create a safer environment for patients, visitors and staff.”
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