ACMEE 2012 will also facilitate duty free import and display of exhibits by participants from abroad subject to normal customs rules and regulations.
The Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the interlinked and interdependent sectors of machine tools and auto components are poised to soar higher with the introduction of neo and cutting-edge technologies at the upcoming Auto Components and Machine Tools Engineering Exhibition (ACMEE) 2012 for the Indian markets. The biennial event is scheduled to hit the ground in Chennai on 14th June, 2012 till 18th June, 2012, with its 10th edition of International Machine Tools & Auto Components Exhibition.IndiaMART.com, India’s largest B2B marketplace, has joined hands with the organisersAmbattur Industrial Estate Manufacturers Association (AIEMA) & AIEMA Technology Centre (Chennai) for this renowned trade show. As the title sponsor, IndiaMART.com moves an inch closer to realising its aim to create synergies between buyers and suppliers across sectors, and also bring diverse product information and technological innovations closer to them for their business growth.
Over 440 companies, including more than 125 overseas exhibitors, will display a plethora of technologically advanced products for the domain buyers at Chennai Trade & Convention Centre (Chennai). The five day fiesta of technology and innovation is also expected to receive a staggering foot fall crossing 25,000 this year.
Invited as the guest of honour at this coveted trade exposition, Brijesh Agrawal, COO, IndiaMART.com, said, “Technology is the backbone of the machine tools and auto components sectors. When used aptly, it can bring exponential growth for these sectors. Moreover, it can help the SMEs in these sectors to satiate the ever growing demand effectively. We are honoured to associate with ACMEE 2012, which we believe will prove to be a perfect platform for companies in these sectors to be, collaborate and gain new understandings of the business and technologies alike.”
ACMEE 2012 will also facilitate duty free import and display of exhibits by participants from abroad subject to normal customs rules and regulations. This will further encourage the exhibitors to show more products and innovations made in automobile and engineering industries. Already, participants from more than 25 significant nations such as USA, UK, Germany, Russia, France, Australia, Singapore, India, Canada, China, among others will showcase their expertise in the field of manufacturing technology. Taiwan and Korea will hold their exclusive pavilions at the venue showcasing their array of products and services.