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The September issue features a Big Interview with Exertis Supplies MD Raj Advani. This magazine is also a Facilities Supplies Special with the emphasis on jan/san.

Final word with Renée Remijnse

As we see office design shifting from one-size-fits-all to solutions accommodating different needs and activities, we also need to consider…

Event: Big Buyer 2017 preview

OPI: What makes Big Buyer a must-attend event?Mariella Nasi Pfeiffer: Big Buyer is now in its 22nd year and is…

5 mins with… Keely Shepherd

Best way to spend the weekend? With my children, watching Sheffield United football team win, a lovely ice-cold glass of fizz…

Event: Climb of Life preview

In a couple of months, over 100 members from the UK office products industry will take on 30 of the…

Facilities Supplies Special: Mission critical

Partnerships, mergers and new global events (see ‘Timeline of events’ below) indicate that big changes are afoot at the organisation.…

Facilities Supplies Special: The powerhouse

Bunzl’s origins date back to 1854 when Mortiz Bunzl registered a haberdashery in Slovakia’s capital Bratislava under the name Emanuel…

Facilities Supplies Special: A meeting of minds

US dealer group Independent Stationers (IS) has recently announced a partnership with facilities and supply chain management association Afflink. OPI…

Hot Topic: Boxing clever

In the Final Word in the March 2017 edition of OPI, Mike Gentile, CEO of US dealer group Independent Stationers…

Big Interview: Keeping it simple

It comes up at every industry event, every conference, every brainstorming and best practice session: the need to be less…

Comment September 2017

I recently attended SP Richards’ Advantage Business Conference in Orlando, Florida. The takeaways were many and varied, but two things in…

Digital issue September 2017

To view a flip version of the September 2017 issue of OPI magazine please click the links below.Type A – Europe &…

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3M announces restructuring after slow start to 2019

3M has said it will cut 2,000 jobs worldwide after it reported “disappointing” first quarter results. The restructuring will involve…