There is just one month left before the curtains go up on the Asia’s much awaited Clean India Technology Week 2016, comprising five Trade Exhibitions, Awards, Competition and Conference.
covering area of 1.2 lakh sqft, about 200 exhibitors from over 15 countries are showcasing products & systems and latest solutions. With an expected footfall of over 15,000 visitors, the Expos are set to create new records. There is much enthusiasm not only in the Government bodies that have come forward to support and attend the exhibition, but also the other organisations and private companies that are partnering for various events happening independently.
While the Government bodies including Central Pollution Control Board; Maharashtra State Ministries – Water & Sanitation, Transport and Tourism; MCGM and Kolhapur Municipal Corporations have already extended their support to the event, International Associations – VDMA and European Cleaning Machines Associations too, have joined hands to make the event, a success. Among the other supporting associations are Federation of Small Scale Industries, Maharashtra Societies Welfare Associations.
Clean India Pulire:
The flagship cleaning show entering into the 13th edition, will be showcasing some unique solutions and equipment which not only simplify the cleaning processes but also does the operations of multiple machines in one.
The highlights in the chemical end include innovative concentrates, nano-technology based solutions, enzymes and multiple-use chemicals besides pre-dosed water soluble sachets.
Interesting mechanized tools with high reach solutions for façade cleaning to indigenously manufactured battery operated housekeeping trolleys are set to awe the end users.
The Show will witness a lot of Made in India products which are cost-effective and result-oriented being launched and introduced. More than 60 new models will be launched at the expo.
The Show has received overwhelming response with exhibitors gearing up to engage with new customers from the railways, hotels, hospitals, manufacturing industry and retail laundry. The products will address two major issues of laundry being energy efficiency and water efficiency. Laundromats, a fast gripping attraction in India today, will be on display today.
There is an equally good response from the end user segments. Laundry and dry cleaner association in Delhi, Ludhiana and other parts of India will be visiting the Show.
A full day long Laundry Cleaning Conference with presentations and panel discussions will give an excellent opportunity to network.
Waste Technology India Expo:
Bio bins to digesters … recyclers to fuel makers… in short from the smallest to the biggest solutions to tackle waste will be showcased. This platform will see the municipal corporations visiting from far off places including Kolhapur, Pune, Mumbai and its sub divisions in Maharashtra besides Karnataka and Central India.
Closely working with us in inviting the cooperative housing societies in Mumbai is the Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association. CHS will be visiting the show for not just waste solutions but also cleaning and car wash solutions.
A special Meet the Expert session has been organised with Credai Clean City Movement Vice-President addressing the gathering on getting self-reliant in waste management and recycling.
Car Care Expo:
The first edition of the Show, is attracting garages and petrol pumps which can look at making car wash a business model. Indigenously manufactured robust and less space consuming solutions will be on display. Besides, everything required to make a car hygienic and give the best travel experience will be showcased.
Integrated Facility Services Expo:
While the solutions are on display, getting the right service provider is equally important to maintain facilities. So are the smaller solutions for maintenance for smooth operations and better living environment. Visitors from the manufacturing segments are coming to meet prospective service providers.
Clean India Challenge:
In a never before spectacle, janitors and supervisors of facility services companies contested and took up the challenge of performing the best at the Regional Rounds. In a tough competition of five rounds of activities, five teams contested in the South Zone and five teams contested in the North Zone. Well informed, well trained and well-groomed teams
Two exciting regional rounds in the South and North concluded last month and preparations to the West round was on at the time of going to press.
Faber Sindoori Management Services and Manipal Integrated Services from the South zone and Ultra Clean & Care Services Pvt. Ltd. and Kannelite Facility Management Services Pvt. Ltd from North zone along with the regional round winners of West will take on each other at the ultimate housekeeping quiz challenge on on January 21, 2016. The winners of the grand Challenge will be presented Awards & Certificates followed by an after Award Gala party celebration on January 22 at the Leela, Mumbai.
on January 22 will bring together international and national experts sharing their expertise on the relevance of infrastructure and facility management to company to organisation’s business strategy in the current competitive environment.
In a separate event on January 22, the much-awaited 2nd Clean India Awards will announce the winners at a gala ceremony in Mumbai. Lines are open for the nominations in different categories.