Georgia-Pacific Professional Celebrates 10 Years of Touchless Technology


For a decade, Georgia-Pacific Professionals enMotion® dispensers have helped transform the world of touchless dispensing technology and contributed to more stylish, innovative and sustainable hand hygiene solutions. This year, Georgia-Pacific Professional is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the industry-leading enMotion automated dispensing systems.

Since 2002, enMotion dispensers have improved washroom and foodservice experiences by providing product solutions that help businesses reduce costs, improve hygiene and contribute to environmental sustainability, says Alex Volpe, vice president and general manager of the towel category for Georgia-Pacific Professional. As we celebrate this milestone, we recognize the important role our distributor and customer base has played in the brands success and will continue to provide enhancements that support their needs.

The classic 10-inch enMotion dispenser has a 97 percent satisfaction rating among its customers, and the entire line of dispensers continues to evolve to meet the needs of customers in break rooms, classrooms and foodservice areas nationwide. Through the years, Georgia-Pacific Professional has evolved the enMotion family of dispensers to provide improved hygiene solutions by offering sleeker design options for enhanced image, waste reduction benefits and measurable maintenance efficiencies. Georgia-Pacific Professional also has added several line extensions including automated touchless soap and sanitizer systems for fast response, no-touch dispensing that helps minimize cross-contamination risks. Today, the classic enMotion® automated touchless towel dispenser remains one of the most effective and notable dispensers on the market.

To celebrate this milestone, Mo, Georgia-Pacific Professionals vice president of hygiene and chairman of cool, will be throwing birthday parties at tradeshows and events throughout the year. Additionally, Georgia-Pacific Professional will launch a micro-site to help fans and customers become part of the celebration.

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