The 9thedition of Clean India Show to demonstrate innovations in Cleaning Technology
The much bigger and wider Clean India Show is back in Bangalore this year with newer technologies and cleaning solutions for industries, institutions, municipal corporations, hospitals, hotels and retail segments.
Supported by the Karnataka Urban Development Ministry and the Central Pollution Control Board, the three-day Show commencing from December 13 at the KTPO Exhibition Complex will showcase solutions for Commercial cleaning, Industrial Cleaning, City cleaning, Waste management. Wastewater & Sewage Management, Laundry, Pest Management and Housekeeping.
The Show covers an area of over 2246sqm with participation from experts/companies from India and abroad. The highlight of this year’s event include participation of Industrial cleaning companies showcasing industrial cleaning equipment. Some of the leading exhibitors include Diversey India, Karcher India, Eureka Forbes, Charnock Equipments Pvt Ltd, Ion Exchange India, Pest Control India, Lanxess India Pvt Ltd, Unger India, Bosch India, 3M India, Surie Polex, TSM India, Best Practices Washroom, Inventa Cleantech Pvt Ltd and others.
On the occasion Mr. Jayaraman Nair, Chairman, Virtual Info Systems Pvt Ltd, said, “South India has grown exceptionally well over the years, excelling in technology, infrastructure, steel, automobile, education, tourism, etc. With steady advancement in technology it becomes imperative to also advance in cleaning techniques. The Show is geared to showcase newer technologies and wider solutions on cleanliness to match up to the region’s ever-growing development.”
Mr. Jayaprakash Nair, Managing Director, Virtual Info Systems Pvt Ltd, added, “We are extremely overwhelmed with the response that we have been able to generate over the years. Starting with 20 stalls we have now grown to showcasing more than 120 national and international brands. We are extremely happy to be the pioneers in India and Asia’s largest show on cleanliness. It has been a remarkable journey so far and we are glad to provide a platform to industry professionals to devise strategies to make India a hygienically advanced country.”
Said Ms Mangala Chandran, Editor-in-Chief of Clean India Journal, India’s only monthly dedicated to cleanliness and hygiene, “For the first time the show has attracted over 20 new companies representing almost all verticals: Equipment/ tools, Chemicals, Facility Management, hygiene solutions, laundry and waste & wastewater treatment. Another highlight is that the show is having a separate laundry pavilion for the first time with seminar sessions on laundry happening parallel.”
The three-day seminar that will cover topics on Hygiene in Hospitals; Industrial Cleaning, Housekeeping and Municipal waste management has already received good response.