electronica India and productronica India is back, gearing up to be bigger than ever before

After a tremendous response in Bengaluru last year, electronica India and productronica India are back with their next edition for the year 2019. With approximately 600 exhibitors from 28 countries and footfall exceeding 25,000 trade fair visitors in 2018, both the shows are growing at an exponential rate. To accommodate the influx of exhibitors and visitors and to enhance the exhibiting experience for both, the show organizer, Messe Muenchen India, has moved the venue to India Expo Centre at Greater Noida, New Delhi.

“Greater Noida is the ideal location for electronica India and productronica India since it is a manufacturing base for numerous sectors like mobile, consumer electronics, LED and automotive companies among many others”, asserts Bhupinder Singh, CEO of Messe Muenchen India. The new venue is designed to provide top notch amenities. Outfitted with sizable warehousing, advance security along with good metro and road connectivity, it is a lucrative blend of technology and world-class facilities.

 A glimpse into the future of electronic components and production technologies

The trade fairs are the ideal platform for exhibitors to showcase their latest innovations and get a strong foothold in the market. With the participation of eminent players, the shows focus on bringing the best of the industry under one roof, for the visitor’s advantage.

“electronica India and productronica India have garnered the reputation of flagship show for the sector with increased domestic and international participation”, remarks Bhupider Singh.

These thoughts were echoed by Falk Senger, Managing Director of Messe München GmbH. “We have observed a rapid upsurge in the footprint at electronica India and productronica India. Considering the response from last year, the trade fairs are most definitely scaling to new heights.”

Co-located shows

Indian Printed Circuit Association Expo (IPCA Expo) is the optimal platform for companies dealing with PCB technology. IPCA Expo aims to promote advance education in the science and application of electronic packaging.

Smart Cards Expo is India’s only trade fair focusing on smart card technologies and their applications. It is organized along with IoT India Expo, e-Security Expo, RFID India Expo, Biometrics India Expo, Digital Payments India Expo and Artificial Intelligence India Expo.

Quintessential platform for networking and business expansion

The trade fairs conduct a series of interactive sessions and programs for its participants. The idea is to bridge the gap between buyers and sellers and give significant insights on the current trends dominating the industry.

For more information, visit: www.electronica-india.com and www.productronica-india.com

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