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In the supply-service-serviced chain, identifying, quantifying, executing, and tracking synergies across the portfolio of deals and deeds among the three, increase the profitability of the companies involved. To provide industry players opportunities to learn best practices through effective synergies in successful models, Mohana M discusses the successful collaboration between equipment supplier & service provider and service provider & end user.
The quality and strength of cleaning brushes differ in different applications. If there are strong bristle brushes for hard surface cleaning, there are softer, bigger and smaller ones for other applications. In fact, there are several brushes for one particular application. It is said there are over 1000 brushes for cleaning alone! How can one ascertain which brush is for which cleaning? Shardul Nautiyal asks the experts.
Tea manufacturing is a delicate process. Each type of tea has a unique flavour and taste. Today, manufacturers aim at not only a balance of flavour and taste, but also producing bacterial free product. Clean India Journal delves into the various aspects of cleaning processes in tea manufacturing. According to a survey, there are 1655 registered tea manufacturers in India.
High precision and uninterrupted performance of modern electronics demands maintenance and servicing. The use of lubricants, specialty products and cleaning technologies extends the life of the Electronics equipment and smoothens their functioning. Clean India Journal find out more on the cleaning technologies from the electronics industry players…
Effective cleaning methods should be deployed within a pharma manufacturing facility to control potential carryover of product, impurities and cleaning agents into subsequent product. Clean India Journal delves upon the various technologies and procedures adopted by some of the leading drug manufacturers of India.
Effective cleaning of equipment in the food processing industry reduces chances of food contamination during preparation, processing, storage and packaging. Food and environmental safety concerns coupled with high energy and water & waste treatment costs are motivating the pursuit for better cleaning and sanitizing systems. Viable alternatives for food processing industry today include dry steam deep cleaning, cold and heated pressure wash, dryers, dust collection and centralised vacuum system.
At a rapid growth rate of 25-30% per annum, the over `16,000 crore-facility services industry of India is drawing global attention with more and more international service providers making inroads into this market. While the overall development in various sectors has increased opportunities, the service industry is heading for a boom in South India. Clean India Journal takes stock of the trends triggering this growth and the potential tier-II and III cities is offering to the service industry.
If the enthusiasm and commitment of the Minister of Tourism, Subodh Kant Sahai to make select tourism destinations in India clean & hygienic bears fruit, 2012 will definitely be the “Year of India” as envisaged by him. In an exclusive interview with Clean India Journal’s Jayaraman Nair and Mangala Chandran, the Minister explains how focusing on the upkeep of tourist destinations and the approach to those at the grassroots level would be the prime objective of Campaign Clean India. The Campaign to be launched in April this year will aim to double the number of inbound tourists to India from the present five million to 10 million by the end of 2016, which would be one per cent of all global travellers visiting India. He is also open to suggestions and road maps from Clean India Journal.
The recent study on the growth of some of the major industries down South has created a buzz on the increasing cleaning opportunities. Especially with the textile industry registering 1.5 times more growth over the decade in Coimbatore and Tirupur in Tamil Nadu compared to Surat and Ahmedabad in Gujarat, the cleaning market is shifting focus to South India.
Each year, millions of people worldwide suffer from foodborne diseases. Kitchen hygiene is a crucial topic that needs to be focussed on to highlight the problems and seek solutions that ensure sanitary conditions in this area. We all know what it should be and we all know what it really is. Clean India Journal decided to bring to the table, the issues that make it difficult to put the recommended and enforced regulations into practise. A panel of 10 dynamic and diverse individuals comprising of Hotel GMs, Chefs and Industry Experts participated and discussed Kitchen Hygiene at a round table conference which was moderated by Avril Sule, Hospitality Educator and Trainer.