Ecolab significantly enhances customer training by acquiring Lobster Ink

Making the world cleaner, safer and healthier one online lesson at a time.

Ecolab has strengthened its training capabilities with the acquisition of Lobster Ink, a leading digitally-enabled training solution. As the requirement for engaging and effective learning continues to grow, customers can look forward to an exciting new proposition which leverages the best of contemporary curriculum design and production with an intuitive cloud-based platform, built for global workforces.

“We are both proud and excited by the prospect of leveraging Ecolab’s extensive experience and expertise. Our customers are facing new challenges constantly; combining Ecolab’s inspiring credentials with Lobster Ink’s capability building technologies will enable us to deliver unique solutions, quickly and at scale.” — Dale den Dulk, Lobster Ink Chief Executive Officer


Driving superior results through an end-to-end training solution

In an ever-changing world, being able to acquire and apply new knowledge is fundamental to success. The combination of Lobster Ink’s contemporary approach to building workforce capability, coupled with Ecolab’s leading authority as a subject matter expert in several verticals will provide clients the world over with more comprehensive solutions to their challenges.

“Training is a cornerstone of Ecolab’s operating model. This acquisition strengthens the training opportunities and learning experiences we offer, adding bespoke content that can be accessed at any time on any device.” — Tom Handley, Chief Operating Officer

About Ecolab

A trusted partner at nearly three million customer locations, Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services. Ecolab delivers comprehensive solutions, data-driven insights and on-site service to promote safe food, maintain clean environments, optimize water and energy use, and improve operational efficiencies for customers in the food, healthcare, energy, hospitality and industrial markets in more than 170 countries.