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Cleaning Chemicals Usage for House Keeping With Special Reference to Hospitality Industry: A Study

Journal of Hospitality Application and Research

Volume 14 Issue 2

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Harsha Sheelam, M. Maschendar Goud | Author(s) Affiliation: Student, PGDM - Marketing Mgt., Columnist, Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad, Telangana
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Abstract

Every business organisation incurs expenditure on maintenance. Most companies in the hospitality department, i.e., those companies that provide socialising, entertaining, recreation, helpfulness to customers fall in this industry. For instance, hospitals, schools, hotels, restaurants and also include supermarkets, shopping centres, and others where there is a heavy footfall of customers on a regular basis, though hospitality is medium, the housekeeping department is always on the go. This paper studies on cleaning chemicals used for housekeeping with a special reference to the hospitality industry. The study aims at bringing a solution for fitting and fighting competition against other cleaning chemical manufacturing companies. The study also conducted to analyse what is the cost allocated for the purchase and use of housekeeping chemicals such as glass cleaning liquids, phenyl, detergents, cleaning gels, etc. The study also involves the assessment of costs for housekeeping chemicals incurred by various hospitality companies. These companies are further compared for a clearer indication on the basis of domestic and international companies. Another comparison classification is on the basis of the scale of operations, small, medium, and large enterprises.

Keywords: Cost, Housekeeping Products, Hospitality Industry and Cleaning Chemicals

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