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Overwhelming response to Clean India Pulire 2013

Despite uncertain economies, the overwhelming response from the Cleaning Industry goes on to prove that Clean India Shows are an ideal platform for potential business opportunities. Besides being the 10th edition, Clean India Pulire 2013 will be the single largest platform where cleaning professional from across the world will converge in extensive numbers to celebrate a landmark event in the Indian Cleaning Industry.

A much awaited international show, Clean India Pulire 2013 has over 100 exhibitors with 45 of them participating for the first time. The excitement is more pronounced this time, as there are over 15 cleaning chemical companies who will be displaying products for cleaning as well as for laundry and other applications.

Setting new records, unlike in the previous shows, CIP 2013 will witness the launch of over 40 new products from 13 countries and even from as far as Iceland besides Germany, Italy, Dubai, UK, USA, China, France, Malaysia, Spain, Switzerland, Hong Kong and India.

The exclusive pavilions of Waste Management & Recycling and Laundry Solutions have unique new exhibitors of products & systems with solutions for specific industries. While the Integrated Facility Management pavilion too has experts from the service industry participating.

Apart from exhibitors, there has been an equally overwhelming response from various Industrial Associations, who have come forward to support the Show and bring their delegation of members to the Show. While the Show is supported by India’s largest civic bodies Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, the advisor to the Planning Commission, Government of India, NEERI, the other Association partners include Deccan Chamber of Commerce, Industries & Agriculture; Kerala Chamber of Commerce; Goa Chamber of Commerce; The Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry-Hyderabad; International Institute of Waste Management-Bhopal; National Solid Waste Association of India-Mumbai; Federation of Small Scale Industries-Vadodara; Indian Housekeepers Club; Pitampur Audhyogik Sangathan-Bhopal; All India Association of Industries-Mumbai and Gujarat State Plastic Manufacturing Association.

On the visitor front too, the response has been encouraging with delegates registering from industries including food processing, healthcare, hospitality, automobile, warehousing, retail, chemicals, IT, engineering, aviation, besides port trusts, civic bodies, pollution control boards and trade visitors.

The seminar sessions during Clean India Shows have always seen pan India participation from the cleaning industry and the end user companies. This year the topics range from Partnership model in facility management to challenges in implementing FDA rules and regulations in food handling establishments. There is also a full day session on Industrial Cleaning.

The first-ever Clean India Awards in the technical category has received several entries from companies introducing many innovative and cost effective solutions. Similarly, the hotels and FM companies have responded enthusiastically sending in entries in the housekeeping categories.

Read more in the forthcoming Newsletter of Clean India Pulire

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