Indian manufacturing sector opens up valuable opportunities

Wednesday, 08 April 2015 12:11 administrator

High-growth prospects of Indian manufacturing sector opens up valuable opportunities for automation and technology players.


Mumbai. With the new phase of Indian manufacturing slated to be technology intensive, the country’s manufacturing sector, projected to touch USD 1 trillion by 2025, opens up invaluable opportunities for automation and technology industry players. Against this optimistic background, German companies Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH and P. E. Schall GmbH & Co KG together with Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd have come together once again to organise the second edition of the SPS Automation India, Motek and Control India in Gujarat.

The three trade fairs, which draw attention to high-quality manufacturing technologies for the Indian market, envisages to bring the Indian manufacturing sector a step closer to government’s ‘Make-in-India’ vision by bringing the required technology in industrial, factory and process automation as well as quality control solutions from the world’s leading technology companies. This premium business event for the manufacturing sector will take place from 7 – 9 April 2016 at the Helipad Exhibition and Convention Centre, Gandhinagar, Gujarat.

India is moving from being a cost-conscious market to a value-based market striving for operational excellence. Seeking resource and performance enhancing solutions, manufacturers today are ready to invest in automated processes. The automation market in the country has been continually witnessing development and requirement of customised solutions by combining old technologies with new intelligent processes.

In keeping with the technology needs of the Indian market, SPS Automation India 2016 will be dedicated to industrial automation and applied solutions whereas Motek India will cover automation in production and assembly line. Control India, on the other hand, will cover solutions in inspection and quality assurance. Together, the three shows will feature all aspects of manufacturing technologies to attain greater productivity, efficiency, quality and safety – the key to global competitiveness.