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Clean India Technology Week 2016 concludes On a high note

International getting National

OxygenThe Show provided many of the foreign companies the most appropriate platform to launch themselves in Indian market and helped find appropriate distributors and dealers. Daniele Bonini, Marketing Manager, ISAL said, “With CTW India, we are foraying into the Indian cleaning market. We have also launched ISAL 6000, made for heavy duty sweeping. I must say, we are very happy with the kind of responses we have got at Clean India Pulire.”

Another exhibitor Paul Shi, Executive Director, TVX Cleaning Equipment Co Ltd said, “It is a nice opportunity. We are participating for the first time and launching our entire range of scrubbers & sweepers, vacuum cleaners and single disc machines in India. This is an amazing Show. Understandingly so, because people visiting the stall are professionals. They know about the machines. We hope we can walk together with the local dealers, customers to provide professional products in the market, to contribute to the Indian cleaning industry.”

carnock“Worldwide, the market is very big. Lots of products are imported by the European and Chinese consumers. India is a rapidly developing market. The customers here need good quality and original product.”

The International opportunity was encashed by local distributors and suppliers too. “Clean India Pulire offered a great avenue to learn about the upcoming developments and for meeting relevant people. The show gave a good exposure to cleaning chemical suppliers like us to expand our area of operations,” said Sarika Khanvilkar, Admin Manager, Omkar Traders while visiting the Show.

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George-OomenPleased to be here… like always,
– George Oomen MD-Excel International Group

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Alessandro-AnfossiExtremely happy with the responses we have got,
– Alessandro Anfossi CEO-QTS Italy


imopSS Kala, Licensing Officer, MCGM said, “I have been visiting Clean India Expo for the last two years, and have seen the show growing in stature, participation and even in the quality of visitors. It provides a seamless platform for all the major stakeholders of the cleaning industry – solution providers and end-users. Even the Conferences/ seminars have become an important and successful forum for exchange of information on the core issues.”

StallBringing buyers, distributors and manufacturers under one roof physically, the Show brings transparency to the supply chain. Bipin Kumar Dixit, Proprietor, B K Builders & Suppliers, Bundelkhand said, “I am a supplier of cleaning tools and solution. We do face a problem of higher pricing from local suppliers. I am here to seek the possibility of direct linkage from the manufacturers itself to avoid such hassles in future. I have seen many advance equipment and tools at stalls, which we may procure and introduce to our clients.”

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