Indian Ceramics 2014 on track for success

Indian Ceramics is being held for the ninth time at Gujarat University Exhibition Centre in Ahmedabad from 26 to 28 February 2014. Again in 2014, this trade show is attracting key global players and exhibitors from all over the world. The event showcases the entire spectrum of classical ceramics, from raw materials to technical ceramics. International market leaders are included in the line-up of companies already registered.

Acimac (Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery and Equipment for Ceramics) is cooperating with ICE (Italian Trade Promotion Agency) to organize an around 400 m2 Italian pavilion. This is considerably larger than last year, indicating the strong interest of the Italian ceramics industry in the Indian market.

Indian Ceramics is supported by the Indian government and industrial associations along with their regional offices, these include respected associations.

The exhibition is accompanied by a high-calibre support programme. Taking place parallel to Indian Ceramics is the first “Innovation Exchange”. This unique platform for participants in the show, for consultants, technicians and think tanks provides insights into the latest trends, new technologies, developments in sustainability and tried-and-tested processes in the ceramics industry. A series of 30-minute lectures by respected industry experts will be featured on each day of the show. The discussions and debates present an opportunity for high-level exchange of experience with experts. The programme of events is free of charge to all visitors to Indian Ceramics.

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