Mmmm 2008 Exhibition Space Selling Out!
This year the MMMM 2008 exhibition has grown substantially and will incorporate triple the floor space needed for the MMMM exhibition two years ago! Oleg Netchaev said, "We have seen an extremely high renewal rate by our past exhibitors, with many of them asking for larger stand space this year. We have also registered a large number of first-time exhibitors. We have added new stands in the MMMM exhibition hall and for the first time we will have exhibit stands in the lobby. With just a handful of unsold stands left, we are looking to add even more stands to handle the demand. At this point it is clear that this will be the largest MMMM Exhibition ever, the key trade exhibition for metals, production, metallurgy, minerals, materials professionals in India
India offers international suppliers unique opportunities for business. Its size, population and the investment generated by dynamic economic growth are creating an escalating demand for expertise, equipment and materials in most sectors. This is probably the last new market of its kind and scale left in the world, and it is the innovative companies that enter early, leading the way rather than following those who have already succeeded, that generate the best returns.
The Indian economy is growing consistently at between 8 and 10% p.a. with its stable, democratically elected government and commitment to playing a leading role in the global economy, the country provides unparalleled potential. The Indian government's National Steel Policy targets an average 7 percent growth in steel output, which would take the country's production capacity to more than 100 million tons by 2020. The rapid growth in the steel and aluminium sectors has created a range of opportunities for equipment suppliers, technology providers, potential investors and consulting companies in a number of areas.
Event Director Oleg Netchaev commented "India has one of the fastest growing metals, metallurgy and minerals sectors in the world. So we are naturally very happy to welcome the IIM portfolio of annual celebrations to our event. It will be a drawing together of key intelligence, professionals, suppliers and buyers in the industry."
MMMM 2008, running for 14 years, will now play host and incorporate three specialised IIM events;
1) The Annual National Metallurgists Day Celebrations,
2) The 62nd Annual Technical Meeting and
3) The National Awards Ceremony.
India's Ministry of Steel, who has designated the 14th November every year as the National Metallurgists' Day, is celebrated by IIM by conferring awards on professionals making valuable contributions in various areas of metallurgy and materials science. The outstanding contributions made by distinguished metallurgists from India in metallurgical education, research and industry will be recognised by various awards in the afternoon, in the presence of a number of high ranking dignitaries. The day will end with a Cultural Programme and a grand Banquet.
The Annual Technical Meeting 2008 will be held in a slightly different format this year during the MMMM 2008 Exhibition and will feature verbal and paper presentations in several mini-symposia. Several topics have emerged from the broad themes of Iron and Steel, Non-ferrous Metallurgy and Metal Sciences requiring special attention and review by experts in the form of mini-symposia.
The MMMM 2008 is India's number ONE Metallurgy Industry Exhibition drawing together metallurgical, technical and engineering personnel, including the general management, technical management, plant management, purchasing and procurement, quality control, engineering, maintenance, research and many other industry professionals.
The exhibition covers all sectors of metallurgy industry. As usual, the exhibition will feature Casting, Foundry, Furnaces and Heat Treatment, Machine Tools, Materials Processing and Technology, Metal and Scrap Recycling, Metal Finishing and Shaping, Metals Working, Metallurgical Equipment, Non-Ferrous Technology, Plant Machinery and Equipment, Processing Equipment, Iron and Steel Making Technology, Tube Technology, Wire Technology demanded by ferrous and non-ferrous Indian market.
There are many ways of sourcing product and supplier information, but only MMMM 2008 exhibition allow ferrous and non-ferrous metals producer to put a supplier' claims comprehensively to the test - by examining the products and technology for yourself, questioning their creators, and comparing and contrasting their performance.
This year more than 900 industry themes exhibits, brands and products will presented at the MMMM 2008 exhibition by around 300 companies. Total space will be more than 10,000 sqm space. Leading national producers and international suppliers from 24 countries will demonstrate their technology, equipment and products at the MMMM 2008 exhibition. Many international companies will be represented at the state level and will exhibit in the form of national stands.
Suppliers and technology vendors of the industry take part in the exhibition: ABB, Automazioni Industriali Capitanio srl, Agellis Group, AMI GE, BAO Steel, Byelarusian Steel Works, Danieli, Danieli Corus, Delta Sensor, EBNER, Electrotherm, IDH Co. Ltd, Lechler, Quaker Chemical Corp., Radomir Metal Industries Corp., Senter Enterprise Co., Ltd, Siemag, Siemens VAI Metals Technology, SMS Metallurgy, SMS Concast Engineering (India) Pvt. Ltd, SMS Demag AG, SMS Elotherm GmbH, SMS Meer GmbH, Sinosteel Equipment & Engineering Company, Oxford Instruments Analytical, Paul Wurth, EIRICH, Osborn, Redex, RHI, CONDUCTIX Wampfler, Converteam, CSN Wichmann GmbH, Magnezit Group, Mayerton, Orissa Mining Corporation, Tech-Gate S.A., Thermo Scientific, Uralmash, Walter Brinkmann GmbH, Welding Alloys Group and many others.
Indian national exhibitors include leading producers and supplies of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, products, technologies and equipment: Arcelor Mittal India Ltd., Armech Engineers Pvt Ltd, Bhanu Scientific Systems Pvt. Ltd., Censico International Pvt. Ltd., Electrotherm India Ltd., Encon Thermal Engineers Pvt Ltd., Ferrotech India P. Ltd, J.S.W. Steel Ltd., Hinditron Services Pvt. Ltd., Hindustan Copper Ltd., Inductotherm India Pty Ltd., Mahindra Ugine Steel Ltd., National Aluminium Co. Ltd, Nicomet Industries Ltd., Nuclear Fuel Complex, Orissa Mining Corporation, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. ( RINL), Transweigh India Ltd., UBC Bearing India Pvt. Ltd., Vaas Industries Pvt. Ltd., Vedanta Resources plus many others players with expecting confirmation from SAIL, Tata Steel shortly.
The MMMM 2008 exhibition will be held under the official support of the Ministries of Steel, Mines, Coal, Commerce & Industry, Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises, Small Scale Industries, Environment and Forests, Science & Technology, External Affairs, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, Department of Atomic Energy, Planning Commission. The MMMM 2008 sponsored by The Indian Institute Of Metals IIM Delhi Chapter and Endorsed by All India Induction Furnace Association, Federation of Indian Mineral Industries, Indian Copper Development Centre, Indian Lead Zinc Development Association, MC-CCPIT, South East Asia Iron & Steel Institute, International Copper promotion Council (India).
"We have already started planning the next edition of event "MMMM" to be a bigger and even more comprehensive showcase of the latest technologies, ideas and information targeted to metals, minerals and metallurgy industry professionals' needs, " stated Sector Development Director – Oleg Netchaev.
MMMM 2008 will take place at the India Expo Centre, EXPO XXI in Delhi from 13th – 16th November 2008. Official website of the MMMM 2008 exhibition www.metal-mineral.com provides the latest updates on the MMMM 2008 even
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