Alternating between North and South India each year, the 14th edition of India’s one of the leading trade fairs on electronics components and production technologies will take place in New Delhi between September 4 and 6, 2013. The 2nd edition of Surface Mount and Light Emitting Diodes (SMALED) conference, powered by industry leaders will take place concurrently with the trade fairs. Conferences on LED technologies, automotive electronics, SMT and EMS will provide the industry a platform to interact between buyers and users as well as latest industry trends to visitors.The current edition of electronica India will have participation from industry leaders and visionaries from electronic components segment. Key players like Brady Corp., Chugai, Componix, Diotec, Epitome, Fairchild, Giantlok, Hirose, Inde, Jergens, Millenium, Naina Semi, Onyx, Rohm, RS Components, STMicro, Semikron, Syratron, Seoul Semiconductor, Unified and others will present their latest technologies and product solutions.As the industry’s most important gathering, productronica India will take visitors into future technologies, industry trends and rapidly growing markets. It will display cutting-edge technologies in cable processing, dispenser, EMS, materials, SMT, coil winding, ESD, clean room, test and measurement and component manufacturing and more. Global leading players and local pioneers such as ASYS, Bergen Systems, Bergen Associates, EMST, Essemtec, Frontline, Fuji, iNETest, ITO Precision, IMC, Leaptech, Kaynes, Komax, MyData, Maxim SMT, NMTronics, Sumitron, Transtec, Weller and others will present their latest products.The 2012 edition of electronica India and productronica India ended on a high note with number of trade visitors recorded at 11,085 — a growth of 8 per cent over the previous edition.Shiv Bhambri, CEO, RS Components, says, “Our participation at electronica India 2012 and productronica India 2012 lived up to its expectation. We’ve had good response from the visitors that visited our stall and got our hands on to a few good leads too. This year, we will showcase wide range of development kits and electronic components that we are planning to introduce in India.”Rajoo Goel, Secretary General, ELCINA, adds, India imported more than $40 billion electronic products last year, and it is also projected that Indian electronic bill would exceed the import oil bill by 2017-2018. Industry has been working closely with the government to create policies to overcome this and emphasise on the need for electronics manufacturing in India. Events like these help creating a platform for international and Indian companies to work together.”Among others, this year also mark the support from LED Products Manufacturer’s Association (LEDMA). The trade association will organise its international conference concurrent to the exhibition and will also bring its domestic and international member companies to participate at the exhibitions. electronica India 2013 and productronica India 2013 work closely with the ministries and official organisations and are supported by all important industry associations. More than 15 industry associations, which work actively toward the development of this industry, support these events.