CARPEX / WINDEX 2012 have been cancelled.

Owing to the greatly enhanced marketing opportunity offered by the Cleaning Show 2013, which is co-locating with the IMHX International Materials Handling Show, several traditional Carpex/Windex exhibitors have elected to use a greater percentage and in some cases all of their marketing budget for this event.

Visitor numbers at the Cleaning Show 2013 are expected to significantly increase thanks to the co-location with IMHX, making this an event that no serious supplier to the cleaning and allied markets can afford to miss.

Few companies wish to attend both Carpex/Windex and the Cleaning Show 2013, and as a consequence Carpex/Windex 2012 has been cancelled.

The next Carpex/Windex exhibition will therefore take place in 2014.

Show Quotes

“We were absolutely delighted, not just with the numbers of visitors that we had on the stand, but also the calibre of visitor. All the visitors we had could not have been more tailor-made for Chemspec’s target market. We took many orders at the show and are anticipating much more, both from the uk and export markets.

It represented value for money for such a specialist target market - it was worth the time and money we invested.”

Julie Roberts, National sales & marketing manager
Chemspec Europe Ltd


“Carpex has been, and will always be, an important show for us. It is the only venue in the country that brings all the chemical and equipment manufacturers under one roof giving prospective buyers - new and old - an opportunity to network and meet the suppliers face to face.

This year’s show, as with the previous ones, proved to be successful for us and, indeed, for those who attended.”

Karl Nilchibar
AMTECH UK


“Carpex 2010 was another successful event. The programme of seminars proved very popular once again with standing room only at times. The subjects were varied from rug cleaning to business finance and a motivational presentation on how to increase profits.

The NCCa team would like to thank everybody who visited our stand and the show.

June Frankum, NCCA