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Trenitalia Freccia Trains to be Cleaned by German Firm

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In a very ostentatious press release, Trenitalia announced today that it has signed a three year contract with the Italian affiliate of a leading German company -- Dussmann -- to provide cleaning and sanitation services to all 140 Trenitalia Frecciarossa and Frecciargento trains which operate daily.

The objective is to attain the TOP LEVEL in hygiene, cleanliness and decorum, measured according to European-wide standards!

The service level agreement will introduce "best practices and innovative technologies of absolute state-of-the-art levels", utilizing a whole spectrum of ecological products and sophisticated machinery deploying both vapor (for seats and railcar interiors) and foam (for toilets). "Cutting-edge techniques" will be used to keep the railcars free of dirt, grime and infestation!

Let's wait and see just how clean the Freccia trains will become ....

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