TECHINDIA 2023

19.06.2023
TECHINDIA is a leading Business Exhibition on Engineering and Manufacturing. The 11th edition scheduled during 1-3 September 2023, at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai (India) will showcase the exhaustive range of innovations and technological refinements in the complete product segment of “Pumps, Valves & Compressors”, “Gears, Motors & Controls” and “Bearings, Shafts & Couplings” and other allied sectors.
TECHINDIA 2023

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TECHINDIA will be the ultimate facilitators of B2B cooperation between manufacturers and consumers of all hues connected to engineering, machinery and manufacturing industry.

Reasons to attend TECH INDIA 2023:

  • Network with leading industry players from India
  • Identify new sourcing destinations
  • Witness the latest advancement and technological development in the field of Engineering and Manufacturing
  • Explore availability of alternate suppliers of machinery, equipment and spares
  • Enter in business transactions
  • Interact with leading international companies
  • Find about sources of investments & funding
  • Find professionals & skilled manpower

This leading business event is co-located with 5 other industry events to make it an extended platform for metal, engineering, manufacturing and machine tools industry. They are given below.

  • CWE - for advanced cutting and welding equipment & technology including laser technology
  • IMEX- India’s leading international business exhibition on engineering products & machine tools
  • UMEX - Asia's largest used machinery expo
  • WOM - International Exhibition and Conference on minerals, metals, metallurgy and materials
  • HTF for advanced hand tools, power tools and fastener

This co-location of industry events will maximize business opportunities for industry professionals.

For more informations please visit www.techindiaexpo.com

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