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SME Times News Bureau | 08 Oct, 2012
A series of five business-to-business trade fairs, covering manufacturing, automation, materials handling, surface technology and laser technology industries, will be organized by  Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt. Ltd. (HMFI) at Greater Noida,  from November 21 to November 24.

"With over 400 participating companies from across the globe, the industry will witness to more than 4000 products on display along with the latest technologies from - Germany, Italy, Spain, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam & Sweden," the organizer said in a press statement.

The series of trade fairs comprise "CEMAT India" on materials handling, warehousing, storage system and logistics; "MDA India", on motion drive and automation - hydraulics & pneumatics, electro mechanical transmission; "Industrial Automation INDIA" on process and production automation and industrial building automation; "SURFACE INDIA" on surface technology; and "LASER INDIA" on laser systems and laser technology for manufacturing.

"With the response received, we hope to have the best show in India. Our joint presentation and international presence has a major advantage for the industry, both exhibitors and visitors,” said HMFI Director Mehul Shah.

"With international delegations supporting the show, our shows will be a platform to build new investment and business opportunities for exhibitors to find potential partners. On the other hand the visitors have an opportunity to see integrated technologies in a single visit. This synergy effect is a well proven concept at the world renowned Hannover Mess," he added.

According to Hannover Fairs International Director (Global Fairs), Tessa Marheineke, the coming trade fairs will focus on "global mega trends" such as dwindling resources, sustainability, mobility and urbanization, which are forcing industry to embrace change and invest for the future.

“In 2013, our line-up of leading trade fairs will focus on recent developments in each of the featured sectors," she said, adding that the trade shows in India are one of the best recognized venues for the organizer's shows globally.

Apart from the exhibitions, the organizers said, eight seminars and conferences will be organized. "MDA Forum on Hydraulics and Pneumatics, Laser Forum - Use of Laser in Manufacturing, Automation Seminar, and Conference on Materials Handing, Warehousing and Storage Systems would be held concurrently," they said.

The shows will also host the premium edition of the International Purchase Managers' Summit - India 2012.

In addition, a special live demonstration of Training on Use and Maintenance of Forklifts will be one of the special attractions for the visitors.

Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd (HMFI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of two of the world's leading trade fair organizers Deutsche Messe AG, Germany and Fiera Milano, Italy. 
 
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