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The Cleaning Show returns to Excel for 2019, promising a bigger and better show than ever before. Here, Tomorrow’s Cleaning Editor Martin Wharmby looks forward to what promises to be a memorable event for the UK cleaning industry.


It hasn’t even been a year since the second incarnation of the Manchester Cleaning Show, and yet here we are, gearing up for The Cleaning Show 2019 at Excel, the third show since it returned to London in 2015. Once again, the expo returns to London’s ExCeL for three days, 19 – 21 March 2019, packing out Hall S8.


Having only joined the industry shortly after the 2017 Cleaning Show, I’m excited to see for myself the biggest industry event on UK soil for the first time, especially at such an interesting point in history. With the shadow of Brexit looming over the economy, I’ll be interested in hearing from industry experts, managers and cleaning operatives about the preparations, precautions and different points-of- view about the UK’s impending EU exit.


Following a 10-year absence, Diversey will not only be returning to the show, they are also sponsoring the expo’s VIP lounge. Other major returning names include Kärcher, Northwood Hygiene Products, Numatic, Vileda, Evans Vanodine and Prochem Europe.


As well as old favourites, new names – many based outside the UK and even Europe – will be exhibiting, including PPE distributors Arco, Italian storage and trolley retailer TTS, Chinese road and floor sweeper brush manufacturer Anhui Humanmei, Swedish flooring specialists Bona, and sustainable cleaning equipment supplier Greenspeed.


Stan Atkins, chair of Cleaning Show co-producer the British Cleaning Council, said: “The Cleaning Show is going from strength to strength and continues to grow. It is attracting new international exhibitors and also welcoming back several major brands which have been absent for some time.


“In addition, we are seeing more specialist suppliers and niche service providers signing-up. This reflects how the cleaning sector is increasingly embracing innovation and is offering a diverse range of solutions to meet the cleaning


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challenges of not only today, but also those of tomorrow.”


Within this Preview, you can find out more about what’s going on at the show, from the specialised zones to the Window Cleaning World Cup, as well as a comprehensive list of exhibitors and a breakdown of the conferences and seminars going on. If you’ve never been to the show before, we’ve even got some tips for travelling to the show.


Tomorrow’s Cleaning will be at the show too, so be sure to swing by Stand F28 to say hello.


We look forward to seeing you there!


Be sure to keep up to date with all of the latest goings on at the Cleaning Show, direct from the show floor, by following the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Twitter page. Here, you’ll find exclusive photos, videos and insightful Tweets, keeping you constantly updated across the show.


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