Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 16th March 2023 Issue no. 1056
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Idrobase sanitises Italian Pavilion at Cameroon’s Salon Promote
The mission was clear: to guarantee an exhibition environment, free from viruses, for the renewed presence of Italian companies at a trade fair in Cameroon.
Consistent with its mantra ‘Breathe Clean Air’, Padua company Idrobase Group provided the technology, with which the pavilion was sanitised and where 25 companies from Italy exhibited.
The request came from the organisers, and Idrobase Group’s prompt response came in the form of ‘SaniFog Big’ portable nebulisers and ‘BKM 3.0’ air purifiers, effective against Coronaviruses*.
BKM 3.0 is the result of advanced research conducted together with the University of Padua. These products were sent from the Borgoricco office to the international exhibition, and at the end of it, they were left at the disposal of the Embassy of Italy in Cameroon. In particular, a portable ‘BKM Mobile 2.0 was supplied for the car of the Ambassador, Filippo Scamacca del Murgo, Minister Plenipotentiary also for Chad and the Central African Republic.
"In this phase of recovery of international markets, we are proud to accompany Italian entrepreneurs who, like us, show particular interest in the chances offered by the African continent, where Cameroon stands out for its growth in Gross Domestic Product and investment opportunities," comments Riccardo Snidar of Idrobase Group. "In a global market, it is essential to move within a system logic.
“We are committed to building two ‘made in Italy’ business networks, capable of competing on international scenarios: one concerns the abatement of PM 10 and PM 2.5 dust in industrial areas; and on the other hand, the development of car washing.
“The mission in Yaounde aimed to increase the Italian presence on the Cameroonian market, where our country is currently the 12th supplier with a market share of 2.1%.”
The Italian Pavilion was organised by the Istituto Commercio Estero and the association ITAfrica, as part of the Promote Exhibition, in Yaounde, Cameroon, which took place until February 27th.
* For details, see technical information: ‘Performance report - K-INN Tech S.r.l.’ and ‘ISS Covid-19 Report no. 12/2021 - The Italian National Institute of Health’
10th March 2022