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In the picture – Mohana M, Managing Editor-Clean India Journal; JP Nair MD-Virtual Info Systems; Rakesh Shah, President-Gujarat Chamber of Commerce; Sharat Sharma, Director-Operations, Delhi Metro;  Jayaraman Nair, Chairman-Virtual Info Systems; Pantesh Jinvala, President-Federation of Small Scale Industries; Ashok Patel, Vice-President-Ahmedabad Engineering Manufacturers’ Association, Mangala Chandran, Editor-in-Chief, Clean India Journal and others

Flying start to the first Cleaning Show in a Tier II City

Making inroads into a fast developing market Clean India Show 2014 opened doors to a wide number of industries with 95% of the visitors finding the right solutions to meet their requirement. With visitors from across India, the Show was also visited by international companies from seven countries on the first day.

Highlights of the Day One:

◊ About 100 of new launches
◊ 100 Exhibitors with 40 first time participants
◊ Visitors from over seven countries on Day one

Inauguration-1Industry associations along with their delegation flocked to the Show to mainly source floor cleaning equipment, light weight cleaning machines, washroom hygiene solutions, vertical cleaning solutions, laundry equipment, multi-purpose cleaning chemicals, waste management soluitons, water solutions and service providers.
Major segments that visited the Show on the first day include railways, airports, hotels, food processing, engineering, automobile, hospitals, municipal corporations, oil, steel and other industries.

Inaugurating the Clean India Show, the guests of honour expressed the need for more such Shows to increase awareness on the need for cleanliness & hygiene and about the solutions available in the market.

Inauguration-3Sharat Sharma said, “Our desire to make Delhi metro stations clean and hygienic like airports has actually brought us here as this can only be possible through mechanized and automated solutions. The task is not easy viewing that Delhi Metro has got 27 lakhs communters compared to the 27k commuters on a daily basis. Change in attitude & mindset of the general public and regulating policies are must to promote cleanliness everywhere.”

Thanking the media of Gujarat for extending support through pre-show coverage in over 15 newspapers, Jayaraman Nair, Chairman, Virtual Info Systems Pvt Ltd, said, “Each and every institution/organization has peculiar requirement to meet its cleaning needs. In view of this, the companies providing cleaning products & solutions must understand the variety of needs and then come up with different kind of solutions for each kind of need. Apart from that, creating awareness about the importance of cleanliness is utmost necessary and the media can play an important role in this task.”


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