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Rural markets boosts Pranay Impex s cleaning aids business

Praveen Khandelwal, Managing Director, Pranay Impex honoured with ‘Young Achiever of the year 2015’ award, for his outstanding contribution in ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’
Rural markets boosts Pranay Impex s cleaning aids business

Pranay Impex with an enlarged product portfolio of cleaning aids is catering to 17 states for over a decade now. Pranay Impex Ltd. is a leading domestic manufacturer of cleaning aids in India.

“The Cleaning equipment industry stands at a whopping figure of Rs 4,500 crore and has a potential to grow 20-30 percent annually. Today the demand for cleaning products is not only concentrated to Urban Market; Interiors of UP, Bihar, Punjab, Vidharbha & Akola from Maharashtra have become more active due to cleaning campaign which is resulting in surge of whopping 30 percent in demand” said Praveen Khandelwal, Managing Director Pranay Impex Pvt. Ltd who has recently been honored with the “Young Achievers Award 2015” in the Swachh Bharat Category by Youth Pathshala Foundation.

“Established in 2004, the products are present in 17 states and 350 districts with a strong network of distributors all across the country. In a span of 10 years, company grew to 100 times of its original size. Over the years we have developed a unique workforce for Pranay Impex where 70 percent of the participation is from women,” he added.

The Youth Pathshala Award honors India’s outstanding young achievers for their inspirational innovative game changing achievements in different spheres. While receiving the award Khandelwal said, “This award is an honor and an important milestone that validates our beliefs. When I started my journey, my ambition was to provide quality affordable innovation in cleaning industry and to contribute with high end services for making our county world class in cleanliness. Further, I am looking forward to make more positive contribution towards that.”

Praveen has been actively involved in promoting several other causes such as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Women Empowerment, strengthening NGO’s like Ekalyouth and has been actively promoting education for under privileged children. The company’s first unit was opened in Delhi expanding its subsidiary units to Haryana, Maharashtra and Bihar with nationwide distribution network. 

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