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3rd GLASSPEX INDIA 2013: the glass industry’s meeting point on the Indian subcontinent
More than 180 exhibitors from 22 countries in Mumbai
GLASSPEX INDIA 2013 - International Exhibition for Glass - Production, Processing, Products – held at the Bombay Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre for the third time from 20 to 22 March 2013, has become established as the glass industry’s leading trade fair for the Indian market.
The following figures speak for themselves: Despite the currently difficult market environment more than 180 exhibitors from 22 countries presented the latest products and innovations in the areas of glass production, processing and applications to 3,347 trade visitors. Exhibitors included such resounding names as Bottero, DSF Refractories, Emhart Glass, Grenzebach, Saint-Gobain SEFPRO, Shamvik Glasstech, K-bond, Hindusthan National Glass & Industries (HNG), Fosbel, Bystronic, Hegla, Glasproduktions-Service, Techno Trade Links and Zippe underlining the quality of this event. read more
GLASSPEX INDIA 2013 has opened the doors and expects three successful days!
Rani Sawhney, Messe Duesseldorf India– Lata Subramanian, Messe Duesseldorf India– Joerg Duebelt, Messe Duesseldorf GmbH– Udo Schuertzmann, Messe Duesseldorf India– Renate Gaffo, GIMAV– Dr. Zippe, Zippe Industrieanlagen GmbH– Werner Dornscheidt, Messe Duesseldorf GmbH– S.C. Bansal, AIGMF– Manohar Lal, AIGMF– Birgit Horn, Messe Duesseldorf GmbH– Sanjay Somany, Hindusthan National Glass & Industries– Bharat Somany, Hindusthan National Glass & Industries– Sachin Dev Sharma, Messe Duesseldorf India– Timo Feuerbach, VDMA
GLASSPEX INDIA is the satellite show of glasstec Düsseldorf – the world‘s largest trade fair for the glass industry -, offering the Indian glass market a comprehensive overview of the latest developments and trends in the areas of glass production, processing and products.
Why GLASSPEX INDIA?
- India has over the years established itself as one of the world’s fastest growing economies and has become a key player in numerous trade verticals globally.
- India continues to grow as 2nd fastest growing economy in the world, 3rd largest in terms of purchasing power parity and the 10th most industrialized country in the world.
- Moreover, the process of reforms and the consequent deregulation, liberalization and globalization of the economy has unleashed the enormous growth potential of the country. This has made India as a preferred destination for domestic and foreign investments.
- India is one of the few markets in the world which offer high prospects for growth and earning potential in practically all areas of business. There exists immense investment opportunities both at the National and State Level.
- The growth in its population and higher standard of living are driving forward in particular the subcontinent’s construction and automobile sector, while the demand for consumer goods is also rising.
- The automotive sector is one of the core industries of the Indian economy. The delicensing of the sector in 1991 and the subsequent opening up of 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) through the automatic route marked the beginning of a new era for the Indian automotive industry. Since then almost all the global major automobile players have set up their facilities in India.
- Indian incomes are likely to grow three-fold over the next two decades and India will become the world's fifth-largest consumer market by 2025.
- The real estate sector in India has observed a quite revolution over the past decade thanks to India’s booming economy which has led to an increased demand for both commercial and residential space. According to a study by a leading industry chamber, the Indian real estate sector is expected to grow at 30 per cent over the next decade, attracting foreign investments worth US$ 30 billion.
- India is among the fastest growing pharmaceutical markets in the world. The country's pharmaceutical market is expected to maintain a healthy growth rate of 12-13 per cent and expected to cross the US$ 10 billion mark by 2010 and reach approximately, US$ 12 to 13 billion by 2012.
- In all these areas the material glass plays a superior role, for example as a modern construction material in architecture, as packaging material for foodstuffs and pharmaceutical products, as vehicle glass or the basis for displays and communication cables in the electronics industry.
Exhibitors at GLASSPEX INDIA will get world class organizing standards and quality visitors from all the desired visitor segments.
For visitor GLASSPEX INDIA is going to the best networking platform and they will find leaders from the industry from all over the globe.
Please download the Post show report with all relevant facts & figures around GLASSPEX INDIA 2013 here.
++ newsflash ++ AIGMF is committed to make GLASSPEX INDIA 2013 the largest glass industry event in South Asia ++