Black trade show sign says Pulire

PULIRE 2019, the 24th edition of the show closed with more than 17,000 visitors, an increase of 6 percent over the last Verona, Italy, show. More than 30 percent of attendees came from outside of Italy. Attendees were from 111 countries and the 300 exhibitors were from 21 different countries. 

"The market has rewarded a beautiful show for its organization, quality, efficiency and dynamism; we are very happy," says the CEO of Afidamp Servizi Toni d’Andrea.

Internationality and innovation are the cornerstones of PULIRE 2019. Among the innovations, in terms of products, machines, cleaning solutions, many focused their attention on ergonomics, the environment and intelligent consumption of water. Also trends of note were floor machines using lithium batteries, robotics and Internet of Things technology.

In the afternoon of the final day, the attention was on the best window cleaner competition: Daniele Gardoni from La Spezia won the second edition of the Henry Unger Trophy out of the 20 candidates in the race.

PULIRE returns to Verona in 2021 with a partnership with ISSA.