Tuesday, 24 May 2011

The Future of Waterless Car Wash in India

It may be a new concept in India, but it has been in existence in other parts of the world like Australia, Spain, France, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Romania, USA, and UAE (to name a few) for many years and has been a huge success. A lot of municipalities in most of these countries have even banned car washing and have implemented much water saving city laws due to a crippling level of drought. To prevent wastage of water, even the civic authorities in Chandigarh and Mohali, have imposed a ban on washing cars and courtyards and watering lawns in the morning hours (5:30 AM to 9:00 AM)

A recent estimate says the total number of vehicles in India will be 400-450 million in the next 20 years or so. Now we have nearly 60-70 million, making it the world's second fastest growing automobile market after China. This means every sixth car produced in the world will be sold in India.

On the other hand, The World Bank claims that “Within the next 10 years, India’s demand for water will exceed all its source of supply”

Looking at these figures, no doubt the Waterless car wash is definitely going to be the next big thing in the auto care industry of India and the demand for a “friendlier to the environment” high performance waterless car wash product is ENORMOUS and we are ready, set up and extremely capable of filling this ever-growing demand.