Indian Ceramics Asia 2020 – Redefined resilience and gave momentum to the booming ceramic and brick industry
The 15th edition of Indian Ceramics Asia concluded on a high note in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. Reputed exhibitors such as 20 Microns Ltd, Amberger Kaolin, Breton India, De Boer Damle, Hindalco, Imerys, Lamberti, Alteo, Neptune, including few Chinese exhibitors like Modena, Boffin, Solen-Tenth, with ICE/ACIMAC pavilion representing 13 companies from Italy (managed by their Indian representatives) showcased their technologies to an audience of over 4000 participants. The trade show enabled numerous business transactions.
Mr. Bhupinder Singh, CEO, Messe Muenchen India and Mr. Ken Wong, General Manager, Unifair Exhibition Service shared their inputs, "Indian Ceramics Asia 2020 was successfully received by the ceramic and brick industry. With Indian representatives of global companies, the trade show empowered numerous businesses."
The trade show also hosted engaging and insightful supporting programs such as Promoting Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy in Selected MSME Clusters in India, Exhibitor Presentation and Nextgen Brick Enterprise which was powered by iBaRT expo. The Ceramic Job Fair gave access to several recruiters to engage and hire fresh and enterprising talent for their companies. More than 150 interviews were conducted by the recruiters at the Job fair giving lucrative opportunities to professionals of the industry.
Despite the coronavirus scare, the exhibitors were successfully in cracking numerous business deals.
Mr. Nitin Jain, Managing Director, Asia region, Imerys Ceramics India Pvt. Ltd, commented, "I would like to give thumbs up to the show considering the current situation of corona virus. Of course, we will participate next year as India Ceramics Asia continues to be a good platform for ceramic industry to exchange ideas, understand dynamics of market, good forum to learn from each other and support the growth of the Industry.
Mr. Kamal Kumar, Manager, Indian Operations, Modena Technology Limited commented, "It's true that this year due to the Corona Virus, lot of our top officials are not here but we are happy with the experience. The quality of visitors may also have suffered but we have got some good response and meeting opportunities. I hope that by next year the exhibition will become bigger and better and free of all problems.
The 16th edition of Indian Ceramics Asia is scheduled from 3 – 5 March 2021 in Gujarat, India.
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