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Indian Ceramics 2015
Say 'yes' to opportunities
Want to know about the latest technology innovations in the ceramics industry? Need deep insights into the ceramics market in India? Or simply looking for a great opportunity to network with industry peers? Mark your calendar with The Indian Ceramics 2015 being conducted at Ahmedabad’s Gujarat University Exhibition Centerfrom 21 - 23 January, 2015.
The Indian Ceramics is the only prestigious event in India that offers a global and pan-industry exposure to ceramics industry professionals. All major manufacturers, raw material suppliers, and technical experts from all parts of the world assemble under one roof at the expo. Powered by “ceramitec”, world’s biggest triennial trade fair for ceramics industry, The Indian Ceramics expands the community building possibilities by hosting its event every year.
The 10th Edition, The Indian Ceramics 2015, is expected to attract over 7,500 visitors and more than 175 exhibitors, representing a scale-up of 35 per cent over the year 2014 expo. Companies from around the globe, such as China, Italy, Germany, and Greece, will participate in the upcoming fair. Some of the innovative technologies on display will be advanced automation systems, digital printing, and image technology solutions, to name a few. The Italian Ceramic Plant and Machinery Manufacturers’ Association, ACIMAC, has extended its active support and participation for the trade fair.
Get ready for three days packed with knowledge sharing and insights. Mingle with the world’s sharpest minds in ceramics business. Explore new technologies at work and under development. Say ‘yes’ to limitless opportunities.
The year 2014 show in a nutshell
An unprecedented visitor turnout and enthusiastic participation of exhibitors marked the vibrant mood at ‘The Indian Ceramics 2014’ show. Organized at Ahmedabad’s Gujarat University Exhibition Center between February 26 and 28, 2014, the 9th edition attracted 5,513 visitors from over 30 countries.
Held under Messe München’s subsidiary, MMI India’s direct management for the first time, the country’s most prestigious ceramics industry fair was supported by more than 150 exhibitors. All types of raw materials as well as the latest tech-innovations in machinery and equipment were showcased at the expo. The event was graced by the presence of manufacturing leaders like Duravit,AGL Asian Granito, Somany,H & R Johnson, Orient Bell, Kajaria and many others.
The Indian Ceramics trade fair will now be even more attractive for international visitors and exhibitors as a result of its close association with CERAMITEC, the world's leading trade fair for the ceramics industry. CERAMITEC, which in 2012 attracted 16,733 visitors from more than 100 countries, is beyond comparison with any other similar event, and is globally recognised as the key meeting place on a triennial basis. By acquiring Indian Ceramics, through its subsidiary MMI India, the organisers of CERAMITEC (Messe Muenchen GmbH), will be able to transfer their expertise and industry knowledge to this rapidly emerging event, and raise the exhibitor and visitor experience in India to new heights. What is more, the annual nature of Indian Ceramics will ensure that the CERAMITEC brand is actively represented and expanded in those years when the Germany-based event does not take place.
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Indian Ceramics this year seems different with the visitor quality and the participation level. I would congratulate MMI India for organizing such a show. We had a very good experience and look forward to participate in the next edition as well.
Nahar Colors has been participating since last four years. MMI India has done a good job organizing it for the first time. I wish great success to MMI India going forward.