Metallurgy India is aimed at metalworking industry representatives and covers the product groups electrical engineering, iron and steel production, metrology, metallurgical equipment, steel smelting, non-ferrous metals, process control technology, rolling mills, steel mills and steel production. It has the potential to offer the right mix of exhibitors and visitors. It offers not only the opportunity to present the best products, equipment, innovations, machines and technologies of the metallurgy industry, but is also the ideal platform for valuable business contacts in the metal industry. In combination with wire India and Tube India, Metallurgy India takes place every two years at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, BCEC.
Why Metallurgy India
The Indian subcontinent has now become the seventh largest economy in the world and has enjoyed impressive growth rates for years. This is where major investments are made: in canals, bridges, road construction, etc. - in short, infrastructure projects that are set to last for decades.
Metallurgy India is aimed at representatives of the metalworking industry and comprises the product groups electrical engineering, iron and steel production, metrology, metallurgical equipment, steel smelting, non-ferrous metals, process control technology, rolling mills, steel mills and steel production.
In combination with Wire India and Tube India, Metallurgy India takes place every two years at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, BCEC.
Profitable market situation
The Indian subcontinent has recorded impressive growth rates for years and is now the seventh largest economy in the world. Investments in long-term infrastructure projects such as canals, bridges, road construction, etc. are in the pipeline.
Economic Prospects of India
With 1.3 billion people, India is the world's second most populous country after China and one of the most dynamic economic regions. For years now, the subcontinent has shown impressive growth rates and has developed into the seventh largest economy in the world.
As early as 2030, India could overtake the leading economic nations and Japan in terms of economic output. However, the subcontinent needs to press ahead with numerous reforms in order to further accelerate its development. India is of growing global importance as a sales market and investment location.
(Source: gtai, Germany Trade and Invest)
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Bombay Exhibition Centre, NSE Complex
Established in 1991 the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) is a known name in the exhibition industry and is the biggest exhibition venue in Mumbai. The Center has climbed from strength to strength and has emerged out over the few years as a respected forum that has conducted some of the biggest and most eminent global trade shows in India.
The BCEC comprises of 4 halls that occupies over 45000 sq.mts of exhibit area and is centrally air-conditioned. The halls are furnished with wi-fi facilities good lighting well-designed ventilation and strong flooring to withstand even the heaviest of machinery.
Centrally located and within few minutes away from the nearby recreational centers restaurants and hotels the BCEC is ideal for conducting different types of seminars conferences events and exhibitions.
Venue location: Western Express Highway, Goregaon (East), Mumbai 400063, India