3-day Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia concluded in Gandhinagar

3-day Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia concluded in Gandhinagar

Over the years, Indian Ceramics industry has been undergoing rapid change by adopting modern technologies – be it in manufacturing or printing. The industry is set to transform itself in the coming years, and thus industry event such as the recent Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia is getting overwhelming response.

Claimed to be India’s biggest ceramics and bricks raw materials and technology show, Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia was held on 7-9 March 2018 at the Exhibition Centre, Sector-17, Gandhinagar, Gujarat which had attracted over 7,500 trade visitors from India, Europe, China and other countries. There were about 300 exhibitors occupying a floor space of about 15,000 sq.m. The 9th edition of India Brick and Roof Tile Expo was held concurrently at Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia.

In its 13th annual edition, Indian Ceramics is perhaps the only B2B show related to ceramics and bricks industry in India. This expo covered the entire spectrum of ceramic and brick machinery, raw materials, supplies & technology. Every year, Indian Ceramics expo takes place concurrently with Ceramics Asia. Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia 2018 was dubbed to be Asia’s largest trade fair on ceramics and bricks industry.

At Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia 2018 ACIMAC – The Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery and Equipment for Ceramics and CWW – The Ceramic World Review – jointly organized their first edition of a technical workshop headlined “The latest innovations in Italian technologies”. Also, iBaRT – Indian Brick and Roof Tile Expo 2018 had also organized their 2nd edition of a technical workshop headlined “Celebrating Innovation in Clay Brick Industry in India.

It may be noted that the applications for ceramics are increasingly diversifying across sectors including automotive, electronics, energy and environment, mechanical engineering and many more sectors. Such growth trajectory reflects on the long term growth prospects of the ceramics industry.

The show was organized by Messe München India, a subsidiary of Messe München GmbH.

Bhupinder Singh, Chief Executive Officer of Messe Muenchen India said: “Carrying on the legacy of ceramitec in Munich, Indian Ceramics & Ceramics Asia is the mecca for ceramics and brick industry professionals. This year, we moved to a bigger and modern venue and added new features to the show.”

Ken Wong, General Manager of Unifair Exhibition Service added: “India is an attractive market for global ceramics community. Many new global companies participated in this year’s expo.”

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