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

Car Care Expo

Equally noisy and full of activity, the Car Care Expo was full of live demos which attracted visitors in scores at all times. Visitors keen to start new car wash business found the right supplier and solution providers. Deals were sealed on the spot. Discussion on Car wash as a business model got many petrol pumps and garages interested in adding car wash to their stations. This Expo also saw passionate individuals seeking the right products for their luxurious cars.

Anil Sethi, MD-Manmachine Work Pvt Ltd, launching the award-winning innovative product, said, “Our steam machine is a real contribution to the prime minister’s vision of Swachh Bharat because this is an innovation by which we can clean a car with just four-five litres of water without compromising on the quality of cleanliness. This is going to change the way we are washing our cars in India.”

Speaking about the Show Karan Thapar, Director- Inventa Cleantec Pvt Ltd said, “We have returned to the Clean India Show after 2012, and we are very happy with the kind of responses we received over the three days. Having the entire range of latest car care solutions, we are confident to get good ROI. We are hoping to have a bigger and better stall next time.”

Professional mobile and stationary cleaning and detailing services are changing many perceptions. Using mechanized cleaning as the main component, car care brands are working diligently towards bringing new solutions to break through the market. Right now the industry’s focus lies in innovating products that are sustainable and consuming less water, chemicals and man-hours.

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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