MUMBAI
The 6th India Essen Welding & Cutting Trade fair opens up one of the most important world markets of the future.

The international joining technology industry is meeting again at the India Essen Welding & Cutting in the autumn. This leading industry event for the South Asian region is being held from 28 to 30 October 2014 in Mumbai. A large number of trade visitors is expected: the theme-related trade fairs, Tube India, Metallurgy India and Wire & Cable India, are being held at the same time. In 2012, the strong fair quartet attracted some 10,500 decision-makers from international companies. With the 6th India Essen Welding & Cutting,Messe Essen, together with its partner, Messe Düsseldorf India as well as the patron, the German Welding Society (DVS – Deutscher Verband für Schweißen und verwandte Verfahren e.V.), is offering the optimum setting for entering one of the world’s most dynamic growth markets. India’s economy is continuing to expand in spite of a slight slowdown: probably by 5% in 2014.

Billions of investment in infrastructure planned
The Foreign Office therefore considers India to be the most important market of the future at present after China and expects the country to generate the world’s third-largest gross domestic product by the middle of this century. However, the densely populated country is facing tremendous challenges – including that of the infrastructure. Transport routes, industrial equipment and housing are to be improved through projects involving billions, such as the establishment and expansion of industrial corridors. Projects which also have great potential for joining technology.

Opportunity for international expert exchange
In addition to the presentation of new technologies and services, the India Essen Welding & Cutting is also devoted to the exchange of knowledge between manufacturers, users and researchers. The fair is being supplemented by the specialist supporting programme International Welding Symposium (IWS 2k14).

In its course, the DVS will organise lectures with the focal points “Thermal Spray Solutions for Modern Applications” and “New Generation Wave Form Controlled Power Sources“.

The international trade event from the Schweissen & Schneiden trade fair family is also being supported by the IWS (Indian Welding Society) and the CMES (Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society). At the request of the DVS, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is also sponsoring the fair participation of German companies. A total of 36 exhibitors will be presenting themselves on the pavilion ‘Made in Germany’ covering all the shows.

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