“It has been a wonderful experience being back at Clean India Technology Week. Over the years, we found that Clean India has grown steadily and hence we realised we need to be here. We received a lot of serious enquiries from distributors as well as end users. We had visitors from railways, five star hotels besides others. We met very interesting distributors from Hyderabad and other parts of the region.
We find that there is more demand for colour-coded bins, as India is focussing more on segregating waste today. Also, we got enquiries for feminine hygiene bins. We will be booking for the Clean India Technology Week in 2018 and try to be in all coming shows organised by Clean India
- K.C. Green Revolution:
" The show has been quite good for us. We have got a couple of enquiries, especially from distributors in Hyderabad and other parts of South India. People are looking for new options, products and solutions, something which is good in quality and less in price. We have launched small packs for the retail segment. With this we are expanding to retail and shortly into the domestic range. "
" We have had plenty of business enquiries at the event. The market growth is also 18 per cent year on year. We have launched three products based on the market requirements. We have also lunched the air fresheners first time in three different fragrances "
- Nadeem Siddiqui, CEO, Altret Industries
" The response in the exhibition here in Hyderabad is good. We were earlier dealing with machinery products, now we have housekeeping products too. "
- Dixit Lunkar, Managing Director, Impressive 9
"We have launched our new range of fabric fresheners that lasts for 30 days. With the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan making its mark, we have started manufacturing in India too. Clean India gave us the platform to launch our business. Three years back we were visitors. The following year we had our first stall in Indore. Then the next year in Mumbai and now we are that we are in
- Rajesh Mehta, RR Chem