Courtesy of www.thecleanzine.com
The Clean India Pulire show, a major platform for those wishing to make inroads into the largest growing Asian market, is a little under four months away. It opens its doors at Mumbai’s Bombay Exhibition Centre on November 12 and runs for three days.
The event has attracted a lot of interest both from Indian and international cleaning companies. More than 90% of the floor space has already been sold to a variety of exhibitors, including national and international companies such as Alpha Mascom, Carind Italy, Charnock Equipment, Diversey India, Dulevo India, Eureka Forbes, Gala Brush, Jade Consumer Products, Karcher Cleaning, Kam Avida, Nilfisk, Roots Multiclean, Schevaran, Zhejiang Danu, Americo, Vectair, Rotomag, 3M India, Nozomi Marketing, Corazzi, Santoemma, Eureka, Rosemore, Polti and many more.
The Clean India Show this year will have dedicated German and Italian pavilions with participation from companies that are looking to establish a foothold in the Indian market.
Striving to provide more comprehensive solutions by encompassing more areas of cleaning, CIP this time has participation from the Laundry sector too. More than 150 brands of cleaning equipment, tools and chemicals will be on display.
The rising demand for clean offices, rail coache and platforms, airports, roads, hospitals, hotels, malls & multiplexes, manufacturing units and in every other public place has created a counter demand for professional cleaning practices, industrial cleaning systems, state-of-the-art cleaning tools & equipment, washroom hygiene accessories, feminine hygiene products and sanitation solutions.
In showcasing cleaning solutions to potential clientele looking at mechanised cleaning technologies and concluding business deals, Clean India Pulire provides the ideal channel.
For the first time at this particular event, there will be a parallel Integrated Facility Management Expo, bringing the cleaning and facilities management industries under one roof. The conference and seminars are designed to cater to the different segments of the cleaning industry and end users.
Organised by Virtual Info Systems and Afidamp Servizi, the show is expected to attract almost double the number of visitors that attended the 2009 event.