Interclean Amsterdam Offers Online Program: May 12-15

The current COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the world and as the people become more focused on hygiene and cleaning, knowledge transfer has become even more crucial. To facilitate this knowledge transfer, Interclean Amsterdam has created an online program that will run from May 12-15, 2020. The Interclean Amsterdam Online program will include webinars, live interviews and expert sessions which are all free to attend.

Brushware Industry Show Date Changes

Brush, broom and mop industry shows are working hard to shift events and three shows have recently announced new dates:

July 18-20, 2020 (NEW DATES)
NAMTA Art Materials World | Chicago, Illinois (originally April 26-28)

2020 will brings Namta members back to Chicago’s Navy Pier for Art Materials World to make friends, connections, sales and deals!
www.namta.org/2020_chicago

Interclean Amsterdam 2020 Postponed

In view of the recent developments as a result of the global spread of COVID-19 and, after consulting its exhibition committee, key stakeholders, exhibitors and visitors of the cleaning and hygiene industry, RAI Amsterdam has announced that Interclean Amsterdam will be rescheduled. The new dates will be confirmed by March 20, 2020.

In their statement, RAI Amsterdam noted the rapid spread of the Corona virus has led to increased travel restrictions from authorities. These restrictions, as well as those imposed within companies, would result in materially reduced attendance of the show. To maintain the international reach and quality of the event, it was determined to set a new date for the event.

Interclean Amsterdam: Cleaning and Hygiene Trends 2020

In the run-up to the 2020 event, Interclean Amsterdam reveals the three trends set to shape the professional cleaning and hygiene industry in years to come.

Following its remarkable success in 2018, Interclean Amsterdam returns to the Dutch capital in 2020 for another edition of the world’s most advanced cleaning and hygiene show. Attracting more than 33,000 attendees from across 143 countries, the 2018 event was a truly international affair. And next year’s show will be no different, bringing the industry together to celebrate the best of cleaning innovation. What has changed, however, is the technology. Two years is a long time in innovation. So, when the exhibition opens its doors to attendees in May 2020, three major trends are likely to set the agenda: Robotics, Data, and Sustainability.