India’s only B2B Exhibition for Brick and Roof Tile Industry
About Indian Brick Industry
Brick remains one of the most important building materials for construction activities in India and other developing countries. It is estimated that in India, more than 115,000 brick making units operate, out of these 15,000 are larger units, It is one of the largest employment generating industries, providing about 1.5 millions jobs in the country. It has the capacity of producing about 140 billion bricks yearly with an annual turnover of more than Rs.l40 billion.
The construction industry contributes to about 10% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), registering an annual growth of about 9%.
India is the 2nd largest brick producer in the world.
India’s Annual brick production is growing by 5-10% because of rapid increase in demand for bricks in infrastructure and housing industries. Clay fired bricks are the backbone of construction industry which is valued at approximately US$ 70.8 billion.
Indian Brick and Roof Tile Expo (iBaRT) is the only B2B exhibition for the Brick Industry in India were all the brick industry professional are present and you get the opportunity to meet new and existing customers who are actively looking for new suppliers to fulfil the demand of the industry which helps in enhancing your brand value.
We are happy to welcome you at 13th edition of India Brick and Roof Tile Expo held concurrently at Indian Ceramics Asia, scheduled from 15th Feb to 17th Feb 2023 at The Exhibition Centre, Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
iBaRT has a very strong Industry association support and is very well accepted and supported by key Indian and International bricks industry associations like All India Brick & Tile Manufacturers Federation (AIBTMF), European Ceramic Technology Suppliers (ECTS), China Brick and Tile Industry Association (CBTIA), Flay Ash Bricks & Blocks Manufacturer’s Association (FABMAS), Ahmedabad Bricks Manufactures Association to name a few.
We are pleased to inform you that in the last edition we had 300+ exhibitors of which 40 were suppliers to the Brick industry from 21 countries and more than 8,400+ visitors from 34 countries.