Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia 2016 first co- location receives overwhelming response
Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia 2016 first co- location receives overwhelming response • 100+ companies from China • Expansion by 3,000 sqare meters • Large number of new exhibitors 3 months before the first co-location of Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia, India¡¦s leading B2B trade fair is well ahead of its 11th edition. Approximately 250 exhibitors from India and across the globe will be presenting their products and solutions, which will cover the entire spectrum of the sector, from ceramic machinery to raw materials. China will represent one of the strongest country participation with over 100 exhibitors. Over 6000 visitors are expected to attend the trade fairs, that will be held from March 2-4, 2016 at the Gujarat University Exhibition Centre, Ahmedabad. For the visitors valuable synergies will derive from the stronger international representation and a broader range of products. For all the key Chinese, Indian and European exhibitors will be coming together on an exhibition space that is now expanded by 3,000 square meters. The trade fairs have received strong support from the industry and the associations, with each stakeholder participating actively at the event. Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia 2016 being the most influential event to the Indian ceramic industry, will present a wide and broad spectrum of the ceramics industry including the latest machinery, raw-materials and other innovative technologies such as digital printing, that will define the sector in the coming years. The additional hall means more space for innovative products on display, as well as a strong participation from Europe including a large pavilion from Italy organized by ACIMAC (Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery and Equipment for Ceramics). Speaking on the growth prospects of the ceramics industry, Igor Palka, COO & Member of the Management Board, MMI India said, Indian Ceramics and Ceramics Asia 2016 offers a unique platform for the industry, decision makers and policy makers to interact and continue to maintain a consistent channel of dialogue, apart from bringing global best practices to the Indian soil. The trade fairs will attract the best that the industry offers in terms of products displayed, buyers and sellers.