Morclean To Exhibit at the Cleaning Show London 2015

Morclean are very pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at The Cleaning Show, London 2015. 

After exhibiting at the show in Birmingham in 2013, Morclean have re-booked a stand for The Cleaning Show which has moved to the London Excel for the first time. You will find the exhibition at the Excel between 10th and 12th March 2015, with both attendance and exhibitor numbers expected to be the highest yet.

The Cleaning Show, which is supported by the British Cleaning Council, is an event which includes the whole of the cleaning industry. From window cleaners to carpet cleaners, hospital cleaners to hotel cleaning equipment, the show aims to provide something for the whole industry. Visitors also come from a wide variety of sectors and industries including hospitality, healthcare, hospitals, government and authorities, and support services. 

Morclean are excited to be back at this buzzing exhibition and can't wait to see what London has to offer. You will find us at Stand A11 between 10th - 12th March 2015 at The Cleaning Show, London, where we hope to welcome both new and familiar faces to our stand. 


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