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Home Business News "Make in India" makes it big at WIN India 2015

"Make in India" makes it big at WIN India 2015

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Logo of Win IndiaDepartment of Heavy Industry, Government of India partnered with Win India to encourage capital goods manufacturing in India with a focus on integrated industry and workforce skill development.


New Delhi. Make in India, the Indian government’s program to modernise manufacturing and attract foreign investment, took center stage at WIN INDIA 2015.
Held from 9–11 December at the Pragati Maidan exhibition center in New Delhi, 350 exhibitors from 21 countries demonstrated cutting-edge technologies and solutions for modernising factories and warehouses. At the same time Indian government and industry organisations presented the benefits of setting up production in India. Under the motto “Integrated Industry – Get New Technology First” WIN INDIA’s four trade fairs – Industrial Automation INDIA, MDA INDIA, CeMAT INDIA, and Surface Technology INDIA – covered four key industry sectors: production and process automation, power transmission and fluid technology, materials handling and logistics, and surface treatment.

Companies exhibiting at WIN INDIA 2015 included such industry leaders as B&R Automation, Balluff, Beumer Group, Camozzi, Festo, , Hyundai Forklifts, Jungheinrich, NORD Drivesystems, Pepperl+Fuchs, Phoenix Contact, Siemens, and Wago. China, Germany and Korea presented country pavilions. WIN INDIA 2015 attracted 9,047 visitors.

For the first time at WIN INDIA, India’s Automation Industry Association (AIA) staged its Automation Training Zone (ATZ), which is based on the Make in India and Skill India initiatives and educates end-users about the latest automation technologies., the CeMAT Application Park, provided as a live demonstration area hands-on learning opportunities via a complete supply chain management system.

Further highlights of the three-day program included keynotes on digitalisation in the factory, and the future of warehousing. Panel discussions about training and skills development and logistics parks rounded out the program.

“Not only did his year’s WIN INDIA showcase the latest solutions for Integrated Industry, but it also featured an expansive educational and skill development program designed to bring India’s industrial workforce up to speed with the latest technologies. This year, WIN INDIA 2015 also highlighted the initiatives undertaken by Central & State Government of the manufacturing & engineering sector”, said Wolfgang Pech, Senior Vice President at Deutsche Messe.

Ashish Bhat, Head & Vice President, Digital Factory, Siemens India, said, “Innovation and technology are the right answers to the challenges of productivity, competitiveness and profitability that our customers face today.”

“Adapting the transforming industrial landscape and aligning with our 2016 strategies, WIN INDIA 2016 will move from the Political capital to the Commercial capital – Mumbai.”, said Mehul Lanvers-Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd, Organizers of WIN INDIA.

WIN INDIA 2016 is scheduled for 1 – 3 December 2016 at the Bandra Kurla exhibition center. WIN INDIA is organised by Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd, Deutsche Messe’s subsidiary in India, and is endorsed by the Indian government’s Department of Heavy Industry.


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