The Expos marked the launch of many game changing technologies & innovations that might redefine the cleaning, hygiene and sanitation market of India. While the B-Dreams’ patented world’s cheapest P-blocks address the sanitary issues of the country at large, Clean India Award winner Gala’s broom has the potential to redefine the ‘brooming’. Tanishka Products’ Microencapsulation technology and Arrow coated’ film technology takes the fragrance and dosing system to a whole new level. The list is long.
The expos bridged not only the gap between demand & supply, but also was a journey towards the fulfilment of vision of Clean India to an inflexion point which connects the line to Clean India 2019. “The Clean India Technology Week was a programme not limited to just B2B convergence, but was a programme to transform India into a clean & healthy country that empowers society and economy, said Surjeet Singh Chauhan, Chairman- Bhopal Municipal Corporation.
“Yes, the Expos superseded our expectations! We had certain expectations but what we are taking back is three to four times more,” said many exhibitors while packing their bags off from their stalls on the day-3 of Clean India Expos, the last day of Clean India Technology Week. Ruediger Schroeder, Managing Director- Karcher Cleaning Systems Private Ltd said, “The 13th Clean India Pulire 2016 was a well-attended show. We as Karcher India got a good number of new leads and our team met a lot of well-known clients from the cleaning industry.”
Cleaning at the Forefront
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“An excellent networking platform; being here means being relevant in the industry. It is a great platform to showcase our new products, generate leads and remain updated about the industry.”
– Tony Chazhoor, MD IP Cleaning India Pvt Ltd