Chicago, March 7, 2019 – The Latin American jansan industry is growing fast and may soon rival the cleaning industry in both Europe and North America.
Ron Segura with Segura & Associates, who works with contract cleaners in Latin America, helping them build their businesses, says we can find examples of this by taking looking at two upcoming Jansan trade shows in Latin America. For example:
- The Cleaning Products Latin America 2019 Trade Show will take place in Santiago, Chile in June 2019. Just two years old, this year’s show already includes presenters and exhibitors from Latin America, the U.S., and Europe.
- Also in June, ISSA Expo Limpieza 2019 will be held in Mexico City. This three-day event is expected to attract more than 3,000 attendees.
Further, a February 15, 2019, a report conducted by research group MarketWatch, suggests cleaning robots and more innovative cleaning technologies will grow in demand in Latin America over the next ten years.
As to Jansan manufacturers in the Latin American cleaning industry, many of the biggest names have been marketing their products here for years and are reporting it to be a significant and growing market.
One of the most recent manufacturers to enter the Latin American market is Kaivac, developers of the No-Touch® and OmniFlex™ cleaning systems.
“We’ve been watching the Latin American [cleaning] industry very closely and decided to enter the market in 2018,” says Andres Gamson, who heads up the company’s Latin American division. “It’s a big investment in time and resources, but we see the potential and thought it best to jump in now.”
Gamson adds that so far, the company’s products have been well received, likely because the industry in Latin America is so focused on moving from traditional cleaning tools to more innovative equipment, as referenced earlier.
We cannot say that growth in the Latin American cleaning industry is uniform, happening in all countries at the same time. However, it is becoming a fact of life in the major capitals and most significant cities.
“I expect this to continue and it may eventually rival the Jansan industry in both North America and Europe,” adds Segura. “It’s happening, and it’s happening fast.”