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India Composites Show Gains Momentum

28 August 2012

The India Composites Show, organised by Manch Communications in collaboration with Reed Exhibitions from 1st - 3rd November, 2012, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

According to Manch, India Composites Show will showcase products and solutions from 100 exhibitors, while several live demos and new product launches are on the cards. The objective is to offer Indian market with an optimum business platform. It says industry professionals will also get a chance to network and discuss opportunities & challenges of the sector by participating at India Composites Summit, a two day conference taking place on 1-2 November, 2012, at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

“The exhibition is spread over area of 5,000 sqm and is backed by a strong conference addressing immediate needs for development within the industry. Industry professionals will get a first-hand opportunity to meet moulders, supplier and distributors of raw material, machinery and immediate goods.” said Anuj Mathur, Director at Manch Communications.

According to Manch, an increase in consumption of composite materials has been seen in various application sectors such as oil & gas, automobile, infrastructure, electronic & electrical, aerospace & defence, anti-corrosion equipments, wind & power energy, mass transportation, marine and agriculture. It explains that the prime focus of the exhibition is to offer products and solutions for emerging needs of these application sectors.






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