Over 80% of exhibition space for Hygienalia+Pulire 2015 is already contracted

The cleaning sector has gone full out for yet another year in its support of Hygienalia+Pulire, which is reinforced by a high number of new businesses which will join the most well-known brands that have already participated in previous editions: Kärcher, TTS, Tork, Eurosanex, Lucart…

Hygienalia+Pulire 2015 will have a significantly higher number of exhibitors than the previous edition. In addition, the incorporation of new sectors, such as Laundry Equipment, has been a success and big manufacturers such as Miele, Boaya, Domus and IMESA SPA will be present.

Since the previous official announcement, Hygienalia+Pulire has gone from having 60 participating companies to reaching the amazing number of 85 exhibitors, over 18% of which are foreign manufacturers, enabling visitors to enjoy a wide range of offers.

This year, Hygienalia+Pulire, celebrates its third edition with an important change in usual dates and venue. The venue for this edition will be the Pabellón de Cristal, Recinto Ferial de la Casa de Campo (Glass pavilion in the Exhibition Ground) in Madrid, from the 27th to 29th of October, 2015.

One of the most special features this year is the Hygienalia+Pulire’s involvement in a social project called Solidarity Line. Hygienalia+Pulire takes the lead. It responds to the requirements of those clients who are especially aware of the particular needs of the day and of the important role of busin ess in the promotion of more responsible, more humane and more socially aware consumption. With this in minde, it offers them a promotional area for corporate socially responsible activities of whatever nature.

And Hygienalia+Pulire cooperates with the Cruz Roja (the Red Cross) through its AHORA+QUE NUNCA programme. Also, its «Family Support Kits» provide schools with supplementary materials for personal hygiene and hygiene in the home. The purpose of these initiatives is to improve the conditions of daily life of the most vulnerable families in society. A parallel objective is to coordinate such initiatives with Hygienalia+Pulire’s other social and workplace activities so that such support may improve people’s employment prospects and help them to integrate into society. Hygienalia+Pulire will donate to charity all fees received for its Solidarity Line and will also serve as a conduit for collecting all donations that exhibitors and visitors may care to make during the fair. Such donations can be in the form of money or goods (cleaning materials and products, clothing etc).