Clean India Journal participated in the ninth edition of “Pulire Verona” (June 9-12) which ended on a positive note with 19,509 visitors, one of the largest so far, registering an increase of 14.9% compared to the 2007 edition.
There was a strong Indian presence in Verona this year. “The show was very informative,” said Pradeep Mehra, MD, G4S Facility Services. “Shows like this would help us formulate strategies to implement on site.” The Indian delegation also included Jayaraman Nair of Virtual Info Systems Pvt. Ltd (Publisher of Clean India Journal), Sumeet Khurana of Dulevo India, Deepak Baluja of Final Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bikram Chadha & Sonu Chadha of Impressions Services Pvt. Ltd and Satish Verma of Kruger & Brentt Equipment Pvt. Ltd. There was quality interaction
and exchange of knowledge between the Cleaning Industry professionals. “The success of this edition,” says
Toni D’Andrea of Afidamp Servizi srl, the organiser of the show, “can be attributed to the effective communication and publicity. The aim was to give and share optimism and to deliver the message that innovation and communication were important for a company’s life.”
The show also had the sixth edition of the “Innovation Award”, an event supporting the companies willing to begin or continue an evolution process in the field of innovation. Many companies participated with machinery, products and equipment of very high quality.
“Once again, the importance of the label was stressed as an important indicator for foreign companies, since it safeguards expectations and needs through the guarantee of high standards of quality,” adds Toni D’Andrea.
“Afidamp, being the organiser, wanted to give a new opportunity to improve business activities in those areas which are now at the centre of emerging markets.”