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11th edition of Clean India Show Unearthing the Unexplored Market

  • First-ever Cleaning Show in a Tier II City
  • 40 first-time exhibitors
  • 62 new launches
  • Over 5000 business enquiries
  • 10 industry association support
  • 60% stalls booked for Clean India Show 2015 in Indore

“Having got over 400 enquires at the Show, we are certain to convert over 20% into real business and that would itself be a huge volume.”
“We took the right decision of participating in Clean India Show.”

Making inroads into a fast developing market, Clean India Show 2014 opened doors to a wide number of industries with over 95% of the visitors finding the right solutions to meet their requirements. Anil Patil, VP-Supply Chain, Vadilal Group: “Clean India Show’s first foray in the Gujarat state has come at a very opportune time. With the rising industrial growth in the state coinciding post-Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, cleaning industry is bullish. Maintaining cleanliness & hygiene is a necessity when it comes to dairy industry. Even the cleaning products used, has to be food grade and FDA approved. Shows like Clean India can be a platform to raise awareness on a fundamental level on the practicality of maintaining cleanliness.”  Srinivasan Murali Vishwanathan, Head Administration-Tata Consultancy Services, said “We have had some serious discussions with different manufacturers and we are quite optimistic. The exhibitors we met have also promised to provide customized solutions.”

Besides local industries, delegates from across India and seven countries visited the Show.

Inaugurating the Clean India Show, the guests of honours Rakesh Shah, President-Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industries; Sharat Sharma, Director-Operations, Delhi Metro; Pantesh Jinvala, President-Federation of Small Scale Industries and Ashok Patel, Vice-President-Ahmedabad Engineering Manufacturers’ Association congratulated Virtual Info Systems for organising the Clean India Shows which increased awareness on the need for cleanliness & hygiene, provided information on the solutions available in the market and paved the way for a “Clean India”.

Sharat Sharma Director-Operations, Delhi Metro said, “Clean India Show not only satisfies the need for end-to-end cleaning solutions, but also provides inputs to move beyond cleaning, towards sanitation and hygiene. It is a perfect fit for Delhi Metro that carries cleanliness and hygiene in its DNA.“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 commuters travelling on a daily basis. Change in attitude & mindset of the general public and regulating policies is must to promote cleanliness everywhere.”

It was for the very first time that a cleaning show was held in Gujarat, often credited as ‘one of the most industrialized state’ and the perfect market for expansion for the Indian cleaning industry.

Visitors flocked in from Railways, Metro, Airports and Municipal Corporations besides Corporate Houses, Pharma, Foundries, Food Industry, Hospitality, Healthcare, Automobiles, Educational Institutions, Townships and many other segments. “We hardly had time to move out of the stall with so many visitors.”

 For the first time ever, a new company was launched at the Clean India Show. While Sharat Sharma did the ribbon cutting, a delighted Gajendra Singh Parihar, MD-Cleaningroots said: “We, at ‘Cleaning roots’ intend to provide our customers with the best of the pre & post-mechanized cleaning services based on our expertise of modern cleaning machines, professionally trained manpower & understanding, analyzing problems and offering right mix of products & services for greater results.” “I wish to express my gratitude to the Clean India team for introducing me to a completely new segment of the cleaning industry at the Bangalore show in 2012. The response from the visitors and the cleaning industry has been splendid. We are pretty delighted to be part of such a show.”

The Clean India Show showcases the latest developments in the Indian cleaning market, and is the place to further business connections, lock-in deals and expand by tying up with distributors. Many exhibitors have repeatedly chosen Clean India Show for the advantage it provides both in terms of business and networking.

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