Media Release – 15 April 2013
Are you looking for ways to improve your company’s efficiency? Learn about the cost effective quality services? See the latest machineries and technologies in the market? Network with industry professionals?
If the answer is ‘Yes!’, make sure you are there at India Warehousing Show this year. India Warehousing Show 2013 is set to outrun its previous editions with the show’s largest scope, biggest ever assortment of exhibits and largest number of visitors, as well as its grandest range of brands. This industry-defining event will be held in Halls 8-12 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 2-3 May.
Tagged as a leading exposition of warehousing, logistics and supply chain industry, IWS 2013 will bring together India’s highest profile equipment and service providers to display the most advanced products. The show organisers, Reed Manch Exhibitions, have developed a broad and grandeur platform for the industry professionals and practitioners.
Major industry and government associations including Warehousing Development Regulatory Authority (WDRA), The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, India (CILT) and GlobalSMB Chamber of Commerce are lending their generous support to the India Warehousing Show 2013.
With an exhibition area over 9000 sqm, more than 350 exhibitors, over 500 products and solutions, the show is expected to attract over 5000 local and international visitors. You would also see international participants from Italy, China and Taiwan. Look out for solutions including infrastructure, storage, mobility, automation, AIDC/RFID, transport, logistics and supply chain. Some of the machinery shown will be launched for the first time to the industry. Industry leaders like IndoSpace, IndoArya, Philips, MJ Logistic, SAP, Safexpress, ProConnect and Siddhartha Logistics are partnering with the show and will bring in valuable contribution.
Completing the show will be India Warehousing Conference, based on theme ‘Changing Trends in Warehousing, Transport & Logistics Sector: The Way Forward’ will discuss the challenges and opportunities that the sector beholds.
Managers, senior managers, managing directors, consultants from companies like Maersk, Wipro, Pepsico, Lenovo, Vardhman Industries, Nokia, Benetton, Axis Bank, Pantaloon, Gillette, Aditya Birla, Onida, and many more retail, pharma, food & beverage, transport, logistics, government organisations have already registered to visit the show.
India Warehousing Show is driving industrial development by giving industry business a sharper competitive edge. It facilitates vibrant dialogues between exhibitors and visitors providing them learning and knowledge sharing opportunities.