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MDA Technologies 4/2014

MDA Technologies 4/2014

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News and Markets A Preview to India When in December 2014 the WIN India show opens its doors, it’s the second time on Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. After the successful start last year, the organizer expects now even more visitors and exhibitors, not only from India, but from all over the world, to present the Indian market of engineering. Five industrial shows – one location – infinite opportunities. This is the slogan of WIN India – World of Industry, which will take place from 10 to 13 December in New Delhi. The trade show will be demonstrating complete range of products and services, from Hydraulics and Pneumatics to Electro-Mechanical Transmission, auto mation components to process and factory automation systems, materials handling equipments to logistics infrastructure systems. Surface technology products to electroplating and surface engineering techniques. These shows will be special attractions for the industry. The powerful synergy of these concurrent events will attract the visitor traffic at the exhibitor booth ensuring significant ROI. In 2013 more than 11,000 visitors, 200 industry delegations and 20 delegations of industrial associations arrived at the exhibition centre in order to receive extensive information about more than 400 new products from the fields of the shows “MDA India”, “Industrial Automation India”,”CeMat India” and “Surface Technology India”. In particular, the exhibitors were satisfied. Andreas Frey of HFB Wälzlager-Gehäusetechnik (Germany): “This year, we have definitely had more contacts and, in particular, more decision makers visited our stand.“ And the leaders of Festo thought: “We have had a successful show at WIN INDIA 2013. We had visits of good number of decision makers and potential customers with interesting projects. Needless to say, Festo SmartBird was the centre of attraction of the entire event.” In addition to two exhibition halls with a total exhibition area of more than 11,000 m 2 , the WIN INDIA event features 2014 again numerous conferences, seminars and live demonstrations, application parcs, summits and awards thus offering visitors the opportunity to receive information and create networks. So WIN INDIA delivers all you need for your business – meetings with important buyers, ample promotions, lively atmosphere & a smooth experience. Today there is only a small taste: In the next issue of “MDA Technologies” in November 2014 we will give you a detailed view of the exhibition. Please save the date and event in your calendar. www.win-india.com 18 MDA Technologies 4/2014

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