The exhibition catered to over 475 exhibitors, who
displayed over 500 live machines, in 3 halls, covering
an exhibition area of about 30,000 sq.mts. This
exhibition witnessed participation from 239 overseas
companies and 246 Indian companies. The
participation, apart from India, came from 22
countries, including 4 group participations from
China, Germany, Japan and Taiwan. The show was
visited by around 40,000 visitors, during the 6 day
event at BIEC.
The event not only catered to the business needs of national and international exhibitors but also honoured the veterans of the industry. The exhibition witnessed many decision makers and business heads from across the spectrum of Indian metalworking industry. It recorded confirmed business orders to the tune of Rs.456 crores and generated a high potential of business enquiries to the tune of Rs.4,304 crores. Compared to IMTEX FORMING 2014 the booked orders have shown an increase of 13%, whereas the generated enquiries have increased by 3%.
With the latest and high grade innovations displayed in the halls, the show was a visual treat to the young engineers visiting the venue as part of the students’ initiative of IMTMA.
Once brought under one roof, the industry spurted into a virtual setup for business dealing, joint ventures, new product launches and technology upgrade.