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Clean India Technology Week 2017 Sets New Trends In The Cleaning Business

• Special Government delegations
• Brain Storming session with Indian Railways for Facility Service Providers and Laundry Industry
• 7,500 visitors from across India and abroad
• 120 exhibitors representing international and national companies
• Over 350 product brands on display
• Over 70 new launches
• Successful and interactive Conference Sessions on Facility Services and Industrial Cleaning
• Municipal Corporations, CSR heads and Cleaning Industry Meet
• Demo sessions on all the three days of the show

Inauguration

T.K.-Sreedevi

T.K. Sreedevi

Clean India Technology Week 2017 was inaugurated with the traditional lighting of the lamp by Dr B. Janardhan Reddy, Municipal Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. Present on the occasion were Ravindra Modi, President-The Federation of Telengana and Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry, T.K. Sreedevi, Commissioner & Director, Municipal Administration, Government of Telengana and Franziska Doll, Director South Asia, Thuringen International/ Thuringia International besides suppliers and delegates from the cleaning, laundry, car and waste industry.

Speaking on the occasion, Sreedevi, said “Telangana being one of the youngest States, “our vision is to have clean and liveable cities. Currently, Telangana has 73 ULBs or towns. Before the 150th centenary of Mahatma Gandhi, we want to make Telangana one of the cleanest and the most desirable State to live. At Clean India Show, we are happy to see latest in cleaning technologies under one roof.”

Ravindra-Modi

Ravindra Modi

Elaborating the importance of the Show, Dr Reddy said, “Today, technologies are changing and we also need to make changes accordingly and optimally utilise these new technologies to our requirements. No doubt, there is a huge requirement and Clean India Technology Week will bring forth these technologies which are available elsewhere in the world. Besides, we come to know about their utility and experience across the world. Whatever is suitable to us and that can be customised to our requirement and adopt it. There is a huge scope for mechanised cleaning, as in many areas we cannot completely depend on labourers, in terms of efficiency, cost efficiency and availability of labour itself. Further, labourers are not keen in doing the cleaning job and hence, today or tomorrow we have to adopt mechanised cleaning.”

we also need to make changes accordingly and optimally utilise these new technologies to our requirements. No doubt, there is a huge requirement and Clean India Technology Week will bring forth these technologies which are available elsewhere in the world. Besides, we come to know about their utility and experience across the world. Whatever is suitable to us and that can be customised to our requirement and adopt it. There is a huge scope for mechanised cleaning, as in many areas we cannot completely depend on labourers, in terms of efficiency, cost efficiency and availability of labour itself. Further, labourers are not keen in doing the cleaning job and hence, today or tomorrow we have to adopt mechanised cleaning.”

Ravindra Modi, hailing the Swachh Bharat initiative said, “In India, we are very particular about personal hygiene but we do not bother about our surroundings. I believe, by hosting Clean India Show at Hyderabad, it will not help the city but also Telangana State as a whole. Shows like this, will educate people on using different types of equipment and chemicals which are conducive to keep their home, offices, factories and restaurants clean. Hygiene is one of the aspects which is very important in food and pharma industry and in restaurants. People have started realizing the importance of Clean & Hygienic food. This is where initiatives like Clean India Show will help Telangana and Andhra Pradesh States. I am glad Clean India Technology Week is also hosting a show on important area of waste management.

InaugurationThe three-day Clean India Technology Week (CTW) 2017 that concluded successfully on January 21, has left a resonating impact on the 120 exhibitors and 7,500 visitors who came in from all parts of India and abroad. The tremendous response witnessed in a two-tier city goes to prove that the demand for cleaning solutions is equally high in smaller parts of India. “The approach of taking the cleaning show every alternate year to growing cities acorss India besides doing it in Mumbai, has been to open up new markets for the cleaning, laundry, car care and waste industries. Hyderabad is yet another success in a two-tier city after doing shows previously in Ahmedabad and Indore,” said JP Nair, Managing Director of Virtual Info Systems Pvt. Ltd, the organizer of the show.

• Special Government delegations• Brain Storming session with Indian Railways for Facility Service Providers and Laundry Industry• 7,500 visitors from across India and abroad• 120 exhibitors representing international and national companies• Over 350 product brands on display• Over 70 new launches• Successful and interactive Conference Sessions on Facility Services and Industrial Cleaning• Municipal Corporations, CSR heads and Cleaning Industry Meet• Demo sessions on all the three days of the showInaugurationClean India Technology Week 2017 was inaugurated with the traditional lighting of the lamp by Dr B. Janardhan Reddy, Municipal Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal…

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