FICCI to organise engineering industry trade fair WIN India
September 25, 2015 4:30 am
Department of Heavy Industry has collaborated with FICCI to be the lead agency to officially execute the partnership with Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd, organisers of WIN India 2015
Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the Indian subsidiary company of the global joint venture of Deutsche Messe (Germany) and Fiera Milano Group (Italy) has annouced the partnership between Department of Heavy Industries and WIN India 2015, an industrial and engineering trade fair, scheduled to be held between 9th and 11th December in New Delhi.
Department of Heavy Industries has partnered with FICCI to be the lead agency for executing the partnership for WIN India 2015. This partnership is to work jointly towards promoting India’s high-tech engineering and capital goods manufacturing industry as a part of the ‘Make in India’ campaign.
To formalise the collaboration, present at the conference were Rajan S Katoch, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industries, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise; Dr A Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI; Wolfgang Pech, Senior VP, Deutsche Messe AG; and Tushar Alekar, Commercial Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt. Ltd.
“WIN India has been successfully working towards the mission of creating more interest in India as a long-term production location for 8 years now. With more global interest in India, and with our partnership with Department of Heavy Industries and FICCI, we hope to further pave the way for investment and partnerships to enhance India’s economic engagement with Europe and other global economies,” said Wolfgang Pech.
“India is an attractive hub for foreign investments in manufacturing sector. Several companies have set up or are looking to establish their manufacturing bases in India. Department of Heavy Industry will be the strategic partner of WIN India 2015 with support from FICCI, where both the organizations will together work towards strengthening the Indian manufacturing sector thereby making PM’s vision of Make in India a reality. The partnership also signifies greater government partnership in WIN India, which is an important factor in augmenting the Indian Capital goods manufacturing ecosystem,” said Rajan S Katoch.