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

Sharing their views, few of the exhibitors said: Clean India Pulire

Daniele Bonini, Marketing Manager, ISAL: We are very happy with the kind of responses we have received at Clean India Pulire. We are set to penetrate the Indian market with the launch of our brand at CTW 2016. We have a range of sweeping machines that meets the requirement of all kinds of sweeping, be it municipal or commercial.

Francesca Fratus, Export Manager, Nettuno Ltd: Last time we participated in the exhibition was six years back. It was where we met our current partner. We find the Indian market more mature than before. We have re-launched our products again here this time. India is a huge market with a big potential. Joining hands with our partner we are planning to manufacture in Mumbai shortly.

Nicole Rodewald, Export Area Manager, R+M deWit GmbH: The Indian market is changing. Now we find a lot of openness to quality products offering complete solutions for customers. We got good, new contacts in the exhibition and existing connections were engaged. We introduced the range of high pressure cleaners manufactured and certified in Germany. Our machines are suitable for production segments.

Tony Chazhoor, IP Cleaning India Pvt Ltd: We have been with Clean India since its inception. This is a networking platform; being here means being relevant in the industry. It is a great platform to showcase our new products, generate leads, remain updated about the industry.

Clean India is doing a good job in spreading awareness. Going ahead, we will need regional seminars, focusing on industry players. We are coming up with equipment for residential use too. These can make -people go about their cleaning routines independently.

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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