WIN INDIA kickstarts its 10th edition in Mumbai
The three trade fairs brought together internationally renowned exhibitors, manufacturers, industry stakeholders, policy makers, and the end users
The 10th edition of WIN INDIA, India’s leading trade fair for manufacturing, logistics, warehousing, factory automation and heavy engineering, commenced at the MMRDA Grounds, Bandra – Kurla Complex, Mumbai. WIN INDIA, consisting of three trade fairs – CeMAT INDIA, Industrial Automation INDIA (IA India) and Motion Drive & Automation India (MDA India), is jointly organised by Hannover Milano Fairs India, Department of Heavy Industry and FICCI. The three trade fairs brought together internationally renowned exhibitors, manufacturers, industry stakeholders, policy makers, and the end users.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Subhash Desai, Industries Minister, Government of Maharashtra, Girish Shankar, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry, Marc Siemering, Sr Vice President, Deutshce Messe, Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI and Mehul Lanvers Shah, MD, Hannover Milano Fairs India.
The key highlights of the three trade fairs include FICCI-DHI CEO Roundtable on “Automation and Job Creation,” an Intralogistics Conference comprising a keynote on Smart, Connected, Agile – Strategic Impact of Intralogistics 4.0, a panel discussion on Supply Chain in Digital World and a special address on How ASEAN & China will shape our Supply Chain.
The keynote covered the challenges and solutions in Telematics & Fleet Management, Automation, E-commerce, Energy Conservation and IIOT and their application in intralogistics while the panel discussion explored the future direction of supply chains in a connected world and provided an overview of solutions that will leverage the technological innovations. The major focus in the special address was on the initiatives proposed by China – ‘Silk Road Economic Belt’ (SREB) and ‘ Maritime Silk Road’ (MSR) and how these initiatives have the ability to re-define the Indian company.
The top exhibitors at the three trade fairs included Jungheinrich Lift Truck India, Nash Robotics & Automation, Su-Mech Storage Systems, Grey Orange Robotics, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions, Larsen& Toubro, FESTO India, Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co, Mahindra Logistics etc. The trade fairs also saw participation from 10 countries like Germany, China, Italy, India, the Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, the UAE and the US.
EP News Bureau