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Clean India Technology Week – CTW 2016 Concludes on a high note

Breaking records…

The five expos held at the Bombay Exhibition Center from January 21 to 23, 2016, set new records, not just in terms of footfall but newer technologies, solutions, products and systems.

Superseding all expectations, the high footfall and the business transactions concluded left both exhibitors and visitors of the five expo — 13th Clean India Pulire, Car Care Expo, Waste Technology India Expo, IFS Expo, Laundrex India Expo – on a high note.

In all, 8,250 people from 27 countries visited the expos and a record number of 160 new products and systems were launched during the three days.

The highlight of the exhibitions was the variety of decision makers from across multiple segments: trade visitors from different countries, municipal commissioners, chief engineers, SWM/sanitation officers, mayors; GM-operations, facility heads, administration heads, housekeeping heads, purchase managers; corporate housekeepers, laundry managers; retail laundry managers and proprietors among others.

Many game changing technologies & innovations that could redefine the cleaning, hygiene and sanitation market of India gave a new perspective to buyers visiting from various industries.

“We have not had time to even have lunch in time these three days,” was a common statement from most exhibitors. While the first day saw industry, retails, facility management, auto and related segments, the second day had the highest footfall from government bodies, airports, railways, civic bodies, laundry, builders, manufacturing industries… from far off places. The third day witnessed hospitality, healthcare, retail and commercial segment visitors among others.

Record-breaking footfall- Over 8,250 visitors from 27 countriesMore than 160 new launchesOver 46 first time exhibitors -“Best Show” said all exhibitorsWeek-long Programme-Roadshows-2nd edition of Clean India Awards-International IFM Summit-Clean India Challenge competition -Knowledge-sharing + Networking Session.Making a Difference The week-long activities of the Clean India Technology Week commenced with awareness campaign on professional cleaning from January 17. A team of professional cleaners took on the cleaning of KEM Hospital and the Churchgate Railway Station washroom, using mechanised cleaning solutions. Following the successful completion of the cleaning activity at the most visited toilets of Churchgate Railway Station in Mumbai, Sanjay Khanvilkar, MD-Sanjay…

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