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CleanScene Expo is coming to Melbourne

23-03-2010
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CleanScene: The National Cleaning and Hygiene Expo will be launched in Melbourne for the first time next year.

This follows the success of the inaugural event in Sydney last year that attracted nearly 5000 visitors.

Organisers the National Cleaning Suppliers Association (NCSA) and Australian Exhibitions & Conferences (AEC) Pty Ltd will host the event at the Melbourne
Exhibition Centre between April 5-7 in conjunction with Safety In Action, Australasia’s premier workplace health and safety trade show.

The inaugural CleanScene Expo in Sydney last year surpassed all expectations within the commercial and industrial cleaning sectors.

“The co-location in particular worked exceptionally well,” said AEC managing director Marie Kinsella.

“In some industries the OHS person is also responsible for cleaning, making next year’s CleanScene and Safety In Action a must-attend event for some OHS representatives, as well of course for those directly responsible for cleaning and maintenance”.

More than 30 companies have already booked space at CleanScene including industry leaders Tennant, Oates, Hako and Edgar Edmondson.

NCSA president Stuart Nicol said: “We’re thrilled that a show scheduled for next year has already attracted so many high calibre exhibitors, the exhibitor list will read as a who’s-who of the Australian cleaning industry”.

For more information visit: www.cleansceneshow.com.au

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