This year´s Indian Ceramics was held for the first time under the management of MesseMünchen's subsidiary, MMI India. The 9th edition of Indian Ceramics 2014 was a greatsuccess with 5513 trade visitors attending the trade fair in three days. Around 150 exhibitorsparticipated in the trade fair that took place from February, 26-28 at the Gujarat UniversityExhibition Center in Ahmedabad.
Indian Ceramics 2014 has presented a wide and broad spectrum of ceramic industry includinglatest machineries, raw-material and innovative technologies. Powered by Ceramitec, IndianCeramics saw participation from all the key manufacturers like Air Power, AmbergerKaolinwerke, Astron Zircon, Beijing Trend, Beralmar, Bongioanni, Capaccioli, Carborundum,CeramTec, Cleia, Cretaprint, Craven Fawcett, De Boer, Dorst, Eirich, Elster, Endura (H & RJohnson), Esmalglass-Itaca, Futura Ceramics, Händle, Hindalco, IMERYS, JLD Minerals,Lamberti, Marcheluzzo, Modena Technology, NaharColours, Netzsch, Riedhammer, SACMI,Sibelco, Siti B&T Group, System Laser, Technoferrari, Torrecid, Verdes, and many more.
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.