IndiaMART ACMEE 2010 Echoes ‘Opportunity for Growth’ for SMEs

  • Overwhelming response from over 42,000 visitors
  • Provides immense thrust to Indian SME sector
  • Over 425 eminent exhibitors from India & overseas participated
  • ACMEE to return with equal aplomb in 2012

New Delhi, 23 June 2010: Synergising several trade opportunities for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the industrial sector, supported ACMEE 2010 (Auto Components and Machine Tools Engineering Exhibition) ended on a high note on its fifth day on June 21, 2010. The grand event, organized by AIEMA (Ambattur Industrial Estate Manufacturers’ Association) and AIEMA Technology Centre in Chennai Trade Centre, witnessed a huge conglomeration of 425 exhibitors including 70 foreign companies. Various industry stalwarts also entrusted their faith in the trade assemblage with their benign presence. These included Mr. Brijesh Agrawal, COO, who was the Guest of Honor, Mr. Michael Boneham, President and Managing Director, Ford India Pvt Ltd, Mr. Bryan Dalton, Acting Consul General of the US, among others. After tremendous response received this year, ACMEE aims to set the pace once again in 2012 at the Chennai Trade Centre between June 14-18.

The theme for this year’s ACMEE was ‘Opportunity for Growth’. And, rightly justifying it, the event provided detailed information and vast knowledge on latest technological innovations, product developments, various companies in the sector, et al to around 26,000 business delegates out of the total 42,000 visitors. This was’s second year of association with ACMEE, which had started in 2008.

Applauding the grand success of ACMEE 2010, Mr. Brijesh Agrawal, said, “India has left no stone unturned in joining the league of industrially-sound countries. It continues to progress in the area as it has all what it takes – knowledge, manpower, processes and other requisites. At, we have been striving to provide impetus to the SMEs in this space. Through ACMEE 2010, we have able to further our objective as it has yet again successfully opened up various avenues for the SMEs, thus, enabling them to reach greater heights. Moreover, with strong participation from foreign countries, it has managed to provide wider opportunities for the suppliers in India. We would be delighted to partner with AIEMA for this event in future as well.” ACMEE 2010, in its nineth beinnial series, truly justified being the biggest engineering trade fair covering 18000 sqm exhibition space. Besides,, some of the other esteemed sponsors included Hurco USA and SBI, etc. The acclaimed trade show also featured a live demonstration of an impeccable array of technical tools by the manufacturers. The range of products and services was inclusive of auto components, accessories, special purpose machines, testing & measuring equipment, welding, related IT and consultancy services.