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analytica Anacon India 20137th International Trade Fair and Conference for Analytical Instrumentation, Biotechnology, Laboratory Technology and Services

November 12—14, 2013

Analytica Anacon India 2013


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Title: analytica Anacon India 2013
7th International Trade Fair and Conference for Analytical Instrumentation, Biotechnology, Laboratory Technology and Services
Dates: November 12—14, 2013

Mumbai (Bombay Exhibition Centre), India

Every two years
First Event in 2003
Short Description: analytica Anacon India is an Indian trade fair with conference with international character designed to take exhibitors to new-developing marketplaces of significant interest. The concept has been transferred from the world- leading trade fair analytica in Munich which guarantees a high participation of international exhibitors and market leaders.
Opening Hours: 10.00 - 18.00
Entrance: The entrance is free upon registration, for trade visitors only.



Country: Republic of India
Location: South Asia
Time: UTC (+) 5 1/2 hrs
Capital: New Delhi
Languages: Hindi, English, Punjabi, Urdu & seventeen regional Languages
Area: 3,287,263 sq kms
Population: 1.129.866.154
Currency: Indian Rupee (US $1 = INR. 40.30)
National Day: 26 Jan (Republic Day) and 15 Aug (Independence Day)
Airlines:  Air India (AI) and Indian Airlines (IA)
Int’l Airports: Indira Gandhi (Delhi), Santa Cruz Mumbai) (BOM), Dum Dum (Calcutta) (CCU), Meenambakkam (Chennai) (MAA), 
Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Goa, Hyderabad and Trivandrum.
Climate: Hot tropical weather with variations from region to region Coolest weather lasts from December to February, with cool, fresh morning and evening and dry sunny days. Really hot weather when it is dry, dusty and unpleasent, is between March and May. Monsoon rains occur in most region in summer between June and September.


MUMBAI, is India`s largest city and is considered the financial capital of the country as it generates 5% of the total GDP. It serves as an economic hub in India, contributing 70% of capital transactions to India`s economy, 25% of industrial output and 40% of India`s foreign trade.

Mumbai is the home of the chemical and petrochemical industry, as well as of companies from the mechanical engineering branch.

Many of India`s numerous conglomerates and five of the Fortune Global 500 companies are based in Mumbai. A big part of the foreign banks and financial institutions also have their branches in this area, with the World Trade Center being the most prominent one. Until the 1970s, Mumbai owed its prosperity largely to textile mills and the seaport, but the local economy has since been diversified to include engineering, diamond-polishing, healthcare and information technology. The main consumers for analysis equipment and laboratory technologies include the region`s chemicals, medication and fertilizer industries. The region is also home to most of the country`s petrochemicals industry. As the state with the largest population in India, Maharashtra also plays an important role in food processing and textile production for analysis when it comes to quality assurance and environmental monitoring. 


Bombay Exhibition Centre

Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) is the largest and permanent exhibition centre, in the private sector, in India and was set up in 1991. 

The centre is ideally situated along the Western Express Highway in Goregaon, within 10 minutes from airports, walking distance to train stations and a 20 minute drive from the heart of the city . There are numerous hotels, entertainment activities, retail shopping & sightseeing spots in close proximity. 

BEC consists of four halls occupying over 45,000 sq.mtrs of centrally air-conditioned space for conducting exhibitions. The halls are Wi-Fi enabled, have ample height, good lighting, well-designed ventilation and strong flooring to withstand even the heaviest machinery.

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