The 10th Edition of the three-day Clean India Pulire 2013, which concluded last Saturday, recorded 99% of exhibitors and visitors saying “it’s an excellent show and best”. At the sprawling MMRDA Grounds of Bandra-Kurla Complex over 5000 visitors from across India and other countries including Denmark, France, Middle East, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, the UK, Switzerland and other countries commented on the fantastic products and services showcased by both indigenous and international manufacturers.
Not only did Clean India Pulire attract visitors from newer segments but also set records of 42 new exhibitors, new product categories, new pavilions and above all a record launch of 65 new products during the Show.
More than 80% of the exhibitors concluded top transactions within the first two days of the Show itself with day two registering the uptick in the number of visitors on a single day at this Show. Exhibitors shared their experience on the turnaround of quality trade visitors and end users from over 20 business sectors.
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Clifford H.S. James, CEO – Just-Clean said: “I have been roaming around the world for the past few years. We need a bulk amount of Cotton Mops & Wipes – around four lakh per annum. I have come to the show from Denmark and indeed am satisfied with the kind of discussions I had with indigenous manufacturers/exhibitors.”
Knowledge-based seminars being held concurrently during the trade show, interested delegates from industrial segments on all the three days. John Ringness, Chief Facilities Officer of Kohinoor Group, who attended the seminar at Clean India Pulire said, “The experience has been good. I attended one of the seminar, and in fact would like to quote one of the of the speakers, who said for the past 24 years it has been the best seminar ever-held on cleaning in India.”
Out of the sample of 160 visitors expressing their opinions about the show, 136 people, including international visitors, said CIP showcased everything required for cleanliness/hygiene under one roof. International visitors agreed that people from all over the world must come to CIP shows (in future) as they can make inroads into the Indian market and source their supplies under one roof.
The sample included visitors from housekeeping& FM companies, manufacturing industries, schools, hospitals, hotels, civic bodies, banks, industrial houses, laundry services and others. Food companies showed great interest in the engineering and cleanliness products while representatives from Public Sector Undertakings including ONGC, Indian Railways and Fertilizer Corporation of India found the equipment showcased useful.
About 99% of visitors found the right solutions at the show with several placing orders for its requirements on the spot.
Nearly 18% of the visitors of the sample survey conducted said they made tie ups with different companies.
About 5% of the trade visitors in the sample survey showed interest in taking up stall at the next Clean India Show to be held at Ahmedabad, Gujarat, from November 27 to 29.