SAVE LIVES: Clean Your Hands is healthcare campaign led by the WHO to promote hand hygiene to reduce infections in the hospital. Since 2010, Global Hand Hygiene Day has been celebrated on May 5th around the world to raise awareness and reinforce knowledge on hand hygiene.
Biodiversity in Good Company is a initiative partnership of companies around the globe that put biodiversity and sustainability as a company strategy. In the current newsletter, President Yusuke Saraya talks about the biodiversity initiative at SARAYA. Please take a look and learn about how SARAYA takes environment as a key resource in sustaining global business.
SARAYA is pleased to introduce a short video documentary following Professor Didier Pittet from the University of Geneva and Yusuke Saraya, the president of Saraya Co., Ltd. recorded in Cambodia during the signing of the Clean Care is Safer Care pledge by the Ministry of Health.
Saraya Australia Pty Ltd participated in the 3rd Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control (ACIPC), held in Adelaide from November 24th through the 26th, 2014. Around 500 delegates attended the convention.
We were glad to introduce to the Italian market our No-Touch well-known dispensers as well as our Alsoft E, hand Hygiene and surgical disinfectant registered newly in Italy. We also presented our new Sanilavo range and Elefoam2.0.
Saraya Co., Ltd. exhibited in the HKTDC Food Expo from August 14 to 18, 2014 in Hong Kong. The expo serves as a showcase for a wide variety of quality food products from all over the world and attracted more than 460,000 public visitors this year.
We are pleased to announce the new release of Happy Elephant Toilet Cleaner and Bathroom Cleaner in September, 2014. Happy Elephant is a series of highly biodegradable petroleum free detergents formulated with a unique, groundbreaking natural cleansing agent known as "sophorolipid".
SARAYA is pleased to announce the release of the new no-touch foam soap dispenser ELEFOAM2.0. SARAYA has been the pioneer of hand washing since 1952 when we developed the Japan's first antibacterial liquid soap and its dispenser.