Our sector is on the move with trends such as sustainability, the circular economy, ergonomics and smart & healthy buildings. As a complete reflection of the market, there is more diversity at Interclean Amsterdam 2020.
There are new technologies including robotics, Internet of Things, automation and digitilisation, which have impacts on the existing professional cleaning market. It not only concerns smart equipment, but also new business models. The most sustainable developments can be seen in Amsterdam with practical information on how the solutions can make business processes more efficient and help improve the working conditions.
New to Interclean Amsterdam 2020, is the extra focus on technological developments in the field of Window Cleaning. The trusted range of the latest products such as machines, resources, materials, dispensers and other accessories provide particular focus to various segments including Sanitary Hygiene, High-Pressure Cleaning, On Premise Laundry, Management and Mobility Solutions, Cleaning in Healthcare, Zero Waste Management and Steam Cleaning, for a complete overview of the sector.
Behind the scenes, manufacturers are working hard to prepare new products to participate in the Amsterdam Innovation Award 2020. By making all products and solutions visible worldwide, the movement and diversity in the sector is further empathised.
Healthcare Cleaning Forum: Reducing infections through better cleaning
An integral part of the event in Amsterdam is the Healthcare Cleaning Forum, which is a collaboration with the WHO. The starting point of the congress is to increase patient safety by reducing infections through better cleaning in healthcare. The results of the business case that should clarify the relationship between professional cleaning and the reduction of infections, will be presented during the Healthcare Cleaning Forum.
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