|By PR Newswire||
|January 8, 2013 07:39 PM EST||
SHANGHAI, Jan. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In an attempt to meet the thriving demand for industrial cleaning, the China Cleaning Expo 2013 is creating an exclusive Industrial Safety and Cleaning Pavilion showcasing industrial cleaning equipment, high pressure cleaning pumps, industrial safety supplies and other relevant technology.
Alongside economic development, the growing necessity to respect the importance of the natural environment has been addressed across China, with industrial cleaning thus becoming a green industry, something which in turn has also stimulated the growth of the market for industrial cleaning products, such as pressure washers. The China Clean Expo (CCE) 2013, organised by the Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. (UBM Sinoexpo), will be held in April 2013 at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition Centre. This year, CCE 2013 is creating an exclusive Industrial Safety and Cleaning Pavilion showcasing a wide range of industrial cleaning products from cleaning equipment, high pressure cleaning pumps, industrial safety supplies and all relevant technology. The exhibition is expected to attract thousands of existing cleaning supplies manufacturers, distributors and agents, as well as end-users from the industrial and commercial cleaning sector, providing them a unique trade platform for future development.
At present, there are millions of heat exchangers, boilers, and various pieces of industrial and related equipment in China. All these devices are being run with dirt and rust. In these cases, the traditional industrial cleaning causes the heat transfer efficiency rate to reduce by 90%, while energy consumption is increased and the quality of production is affected. Industrial cleaning of large equipment plays a significant role in industrial production. In addition, many other industries such as power, chemical, metallurgy, tobacco, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, banks, hotels, shopping malls, offices, railway, civil aviation, etc. all need cleaning in China.
In the past 10 years, the world cleaning industry has developed greatly. In Europe, the United States and other developed countries, cleaning has become a part of improving people's quality of life. According to statistics on Baidu Baike, the 8,000 global suppliers of cleaning supplies, including those from Europe, the United States, Japan and other developed countries, accounted for two-thirds of it, with an annual output value of over 50 billion yuan. The industrial cleaning gap between what the market can provide and the demand for industrial development in China has created a huge space for development in the cleaning industry!
Comprehensive exhibit coverage
The exhibition range will cover high pressure cleaning pumps, industrial dust removal equipment, industrial vacuum cleaners, cleaning machines, industrial cleaning paper, ultrasonic cleaning equipment, labour protection, industrial cleaning accessories, etc, for a total of 50 kinds of products; professional industry buyers will find the highest quality and most cost-effective industrial cleaning products here.
International brands compete in local market
The exhibition organisers will invite 300 cleaning exhibitors from the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, South Korea, the Netherlands, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and other countries and regions to exhibit. HAMMELMANN and PRATISSOLI of Italy Interpump Group, the global leader in high-pressure pumps, also expressed interest and excitement about the debut of the 2013 show.
Show size breaks records
The organiser attaches great importance to the cleaning industry, especially in the field of industrial cleaning. Cleaning associations like VDMA, Afidamp, E-united and the national industrial cleaning Information Centre, the Shanghai Chemical Industry Association and the Shanghai Stone Industry Association are all working together with the organiser to enhance the quality of the exhibition and its onsite events. In addition, the organiser will promote CCE through media across the globe, such as with CMM from the USA, ECJ from the UK, Reinigungs from Germany, Inclean from Australia, Professional Cleaning from Russia, Clean India, Clean Middle East, Ringier Media Group, Vogel Media Group and so on.
The entire exhibition is expected to reach 40,000 square metres, and will attract 20,000 professional visitors!
Various seminars and demonstrations
In order to enhance visitor experience, the organisers aim to bring the audience a more substantive view and a deeper understanding of the products displayed. They are therefore creating a series of seminars and demonstrations focusing on the hot topics in different segments of the cleaning industry; for example, a seminar on food safety in food production plants, industrial safety, cleaning demonstrations and so forth.
With these onsite activities, companies should gain a better understanding of the existing issues and problems, as well as find efficient cleaning equipment and solutions to energy conservation and competitive demands that are of course the ultimate goal.
About China Clean Expo
The China Clean Expo (CCE), launched in 2002, the most professional cleaning exhibition in China and one of the biggest of its kind in Asia, showcases the latest products and most innovative technologies in the industry. In addition to the participation of the world's premium brands, the CCE also features a series of on-site activities including the CCE Awards, conferences and demonstrations, while gathering together the elite from the international cleaning community and forging the perfect platform to help facilitate world class trading, networking and educational opportunities in one of the world's most booming cleaning industry markets.
For more information about the show, please visit www.chinacleanexpo.com
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Exhibition contact: Steven Lee, Tel: + 86 21 6437 1178, Email: [email protected]
Media contact: Crystal Huo, Tel: + 86 21 6437 1178, Email: [email protected]
SOURCE UBM Sinoexpo
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