Besides the strong participation of the Indian wire and cable industry and many leading international companies, the exhibition will now welcome national groups from Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Italy and North America (Canada and USA) as well as from China and Taiwan.
Messe Düsseldorf, with its subsidiary, Messe Düsseldorf India, will be responsible for bringing in exhibitors from India and from all over the world. CII, the founder of WIRE & CABLE INDIA, will remain the co-ordinating partner with a strong commitment to visitor promotion and to the organization of the international conference.
Messe Düsseldorf India Pvt. Ltd, the subsidiary in India, has already organized 11 trade fairs since its inception in 2007. Messe Düsseldorf India has presented such well received fairs like Tube India International, Metallurgy India, ESSEN WELDING INDIA, International PackTech India and Medical Fair India in the recent past.
The overall conditions for the exhibition in India are very positive!
The main customers for the wire and cable industry are the automotive, telecommunication and construction industries. In the past few years, these three have witnessed a rapid expansion and have led to an annual growth of about 25% in India.
The government of India has begun to focus primarily on public private partnerships with major infrastructure projects. With an investment need of about $450 billion until 2012, the infrastructure construction is the growth engine for the construction industry, especially for the development of the transport sector.
As per the details provided in the Automotive Mission Plan 2006-2016, the Indian government is geared up to double the automobile industry’s contribution to the country’s GDP by 2016 and furthermore intends to create 25 million new jobs in the industry.
The telecommunications market in India is the third largest in the world and it is the fastest growing. This growth is being witnessed in the wireless and telephony sectors. Furthermore, in the internet sector, the government is making endeavours to provide the rural regions of India with broadband connections