The Indian economy is slowly picking up speed again, and a host of high investment projects are being driven forward.
The Indian economy is slowly picking up speed again, and a host of high investment projects are being driven forward. Positive signs that are also reflected in the big companies signing up for the next BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA. The trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction machinery is being held for the fourth time from December 12 to 15, 2016 at the HUDA grounds in Gurgaon/Delhi.
Igor Palka, CEO of bC Expo India, which organizes BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA, is pleased with the response from the exhibiting companies: “We have registrations from big names like ACE, Ajax Fiori, Ammann Apollo, ASTEC, BAUER, BKT, Columbia Machines, Haulotte, Herrenknecht, Hyundai, Kobelco, KYB Conmat, Liebherr, Linnhoff, Liugong, Macons, MAN, Marini, Masa, Potain, Puzzolana, Sany, Schwing Stetter, Soilmec, Topwerk, Wacker Neuson, Volvo or Wirtgen. That's a pretty impressive cross-section of the industry.”
International interest also remains unbroken, as Palka reports: “Joint booths from China, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, North and South America, and Spain are already currently registered – and we still expect more to follow. That clearly shows how important BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA is for international companies.”
That view is shared by Dimitrov Krishnan, Vice President and Head of Volvo CE India: “We are looking forward to BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA 2016 and are expecting a number of visitors to our booth from North India, which has been an area of focus for the government, and where infrastructure development is expected to pick up even further in the coming months.” Potential for expansion, as Punitha Govindasamy, Marketing Manager at Manitowoc Cranes, confirms: “We plan to exhibit our newest and most popular cranes here. As business activity levels continue to rise in India, we expect a busy show. We want to use the trade fair to develop relationships and get acquainted with companies from the North.”
Companies from the road construction sector also look forward optimistically to the trade fair, including Sunil Sapru, Chief Executive Marketing at Ammann Apollo India: “In my opinion, BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA is an ideal platform to showcase our new launches and strengths.” Ramesh Palagiri, Managing Director & CEO of Wirtgen India Pvt Ltd. has a very similar view: “BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA is a very professionally organized trade fair at the right location. The national capital Delhi in the north is a center of activity. At the same time, we had many visitors last time not only from the North, but also from the West and South.”
Ashok Tanna, Managing Director at Linnhoff India Pvt Ltd., is responding to the current market situation with a bigger trade fair presence: “We secured a lot of orders after the last BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA. North India is one of the prime zones brimming with road development and infrastructure projects and we look forward to providing our clients technology based solutions. Hence we have decided to increase our stall space to showcase these new technologies to our customers.”
There's a lot happening and much optimism in the Indian market – BAUMA CONEXPO INDIA in December reveals strong prospects.
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