Clean India Show (CIS2010)

Venue: NSIC Exhibition Complex

Location: Delhi, Delhi, India

Event Date/Time: Nov 24, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 26, 2010
Registration Date: Nov 26, 2010
Early Registration Date: Nov 26, 2010
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Clean India Journal, the world’s leading English Monthly on cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation has been organising Cleaning Shows in India since 2005. Termed as the most important cleaning show in the Asia Pacific region, Clean India Show not only brings the entire cleaning industry on one platform, it also aids in introducing new technology and equipment in the country apart from helping in business tie-ups between Indian and with foreign companies.

In the last five years, Clean India Journal and Clean India Shows have come to acquire the top slot when it comes to marrying the seekers and the suppliers of cleanliness and hygiene products, equipment and technology. It is time for a Cleaning Show again this year. And this time, the honour of hosting the show goes to the national capital Delhi which is also the host for Commonwealth Games in August – just a little prior to our cleaning show. This seventh Clean India Show is scheduled between Nov 24 and 26, 2010 at NSIC Ground, Okhla, New Delhi.

The show assumes great importance, thanks to the innumerable facilities being provided for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games. Creating infrastructure is one thing, but maintaining them for the benefit of the city and its people is a challenging task. For this, the authorities and service providers would require a thorough knowhow on cleaning technologies, products and equipment including transport, toilets, garbage collection facility etc. After the games, the proper cleaning routine and maintenance are important aspects in sustaining the development of the city and NCR. This will provide immense opportunity to the cleaning companies and facility managers. The show will also cater to the cleaning professionals from the northern parts of India, giving them an opportunity to interact with various industries and sectors looking for total solutions. In all, the Clean India show will offer a newer business dimension both for the Indian Cleaning Industry and for those wanting higher standards of cleanliness and hygiene in their set-ups.

The visitors for the show will include government departments like Public Works Division (PWD), the Railways, Airport Authority of India, MMRDA, Pollution Control Board, Solid Waste managers and Municipal Health officers; Housekeeping and Facility Management companies; malls, multiplexes and supermarket keepers; cleaning industry; equipment manufacturers; chemical manufacturers; water treatment companies; Industry and Works managers; housekeeping heads; facility managers; administration officers of hotels and hospitals; corporate heads; heads of educational institutions; social workers and religious heads and many others.

Why we need Clean India Show after the Commonwealth Games?

Commonwealth Games 2010 to be held in Delhi from the third to the 14th of October this year will be the biggest sports event to be held on the Indian soil ever. Naturally, the infrastructure on the 118 acre of the Commonwealth Games Village being constructed on the banks of Yamuna river, gains immense significance. We have to bear in mind that the population of the 2002 hosts, Greater Manchester was 2.5 million and that of the 2006 games hosts, Melbourne was 3.5 million. Compare it with Delhi’s population of over 15 million. It’s a humongous task.

Of course, this is not the first time that India has hosted an international sports event. She was the host to the first Asian Games in 1951 held at Delhi. She also hosted the ninth Asian Games, again held at Delhi. But what needs consideration is the infrastructure for such an enormous event – a low rise medium development of the Delhi Games Village with a possible capacity of 8,500 athletes and officials. The government is reportedly spending an estimated amount of Rs 37.50 billion (i.e. $805.81 million) on the event. What is important here is our country’s reputation. In this light, a clean and hygienic environment after the event will be of utmost importance. Clean India Show will try and fill the gap here -- of information seekers and solution suppliers.

According to the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO), the Indian economy will grow at 7.2% in 2009-2010 as against 6.7% in 2008-2009. While the manufacturing sector is estimated to grow at 8.9% as against 3.2% in 2008-2009, the mining and quarrying industry will grow by 8.7%, electricity, gas and water supply will grow by 8.2% and trade, hotels, transport and communications will grow by 8.3%. So, while we are on this growth trend of most of our industries, the need for cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation and hygiene in all these gains immense importance.

To be held from November 24 to 26, 2010, the Clean India Show will introduce and display green chemicals, pest control applications, latest technology, apt machinery and equipment and all things related to cleanliness and hygiene at the show. An annual exposition in which all companies related to cleanliness and hygiene exhibit their products and services, Clean India Show goes a step further – it helps in providing solutions to the cleanliness needs of various government and private sector bodies given its wide network in the field.

Held under the auspices of Clean India Journal published by Virtual Info Systems, Clean India show blends the suppliers and decision makers effortlessly. The reason is simple: While Clean India Journal is the top magazine when it comes to all things clean and hygienic, Clean India Show is India’s only show that brings the entire cleanliness and hygiene industry on one platform.

Leading companies have already confirmed participation. Here is an excellent opportunity for you to showcase you products-- equipment or chemicals, to introduce new technology for expanding your business. Also with fast growth in infrastructure, IT, hospitality, healthcare and industrial sectors, India is poised to create ample business avenues to cleaning companies. Mechanised cleaning is fast catching up and all the sectors including the government departments are prescribing international cleanliness and hygiene standards. Outsourcing the housekeeping function is the accepted norm today.


Okhla, New Delhi