One of the fastest growing economies in the world, India is now the much sought-after market in lieu of the FDI rules dilution, economic reforms and growing consumer spending by 2-2.5x. With Services contributing 65% and Industry 18% to India’s GDP (to grow at 7.5% in FY 2016-17), “the country is undoubtedly the most favourable investment destination in the world”. The Make In India week witnesed MoUs signed for over Rs.15,20,000 Cr.
Marking the strength of India’s Cleaning & Hygiene Industry, Asia’s leading cleaning event, Clean India Technology Week draws visitors from varied sectors and government departments; healthcare, hospitality, pharmaceutical, healthcare, facility management, food processing, manufacturing industries, corporate houses, industrial townships, Municipal Corporations, railways, car care centers, laundries and others.
This three-day expo also includes buyers-sellers meets, knowledge sharing sessions, recognition and networking, convergence of Municipal Commissioners, Mayors, CXOs, housekeeping heads, purchase managers, GMs and operational heads from across segments.
The expo hosts four shows under one roof – Clean India Show, Laundrex India, Waste Technology India Expo and Car Care Expo.
The only exhibition of the Cleaning Industry in India, Clean India Show has created avenues for enhancing cleaning business across the country.
Laundrex India, the Premier event of the laundry industry, showcases laundry systems and solutions, accessories, ironing systems, colour fixing, …
The first trade show of its kind in India will bring together vehicle manufacturers, cleaning & maintenance equipment suppliers.
Waste, be it solid or liquid, municipal, electronic, medical, industrial, food or material, has been a prime concern to India.
The Clean India Pulire show in Mumbai was definitely the best of the shows that this industry has witnessed over the past four years. CIP along with the Clean India Shows can enhance awareness on cleaning and sanitation within the country which will not only impact the health of the people and the environment but also improve the appearance of facilities and workplaces, making them safe to work in.
– Abhay Desai
Director, Marketing, Diversey India, India
“Even though our in-house housekeeping team was vacuuming the shopfloor regularly, it did not meet the cleaning specifications of auditors. Hence, we resorted to periodic stripping of the floor. Instead of spending money on repeated stripping, we are going in for one scrubber-drier machine to begin with and soon will add more machines to clean the over one lakh sqft area.
– K Sainath, Senior Manager