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Department of Heavy Industry (DHI), Govt. of India, to launch Industry 4.0 at WIN INDIA 2016 in Mumbai

Department of Heavy Industry (DHI), Govt. of India, to launch Industry 4.0 at WIN INDIA 2016 in Mumbai

Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd organizers of the world’s largest trade fair Hannover Messe, has announced the 10th edition of WIN INDIA 2016, India’s leading industrial and engineering trade fair, scheduled to be held from December 1-3, 2016 at the MMRDA Grounds, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai. Further to this, the Department of Heavy Industry (DHI), Government of India and WIN INDIA announced its continued partnership to work jointly towards promoting India’s high tech engineering and capital goods manufacturing industry as a part of Government of India’s ‘Make In India’ campaign. WIN INDIA 2016 will cover the entire lifecycle of Industry 4.0 - industrial automation, hydraulics & pneumatics, warehousing and logistics, in three specialized trade fairs - Industrial Automation India (IA India), Motion Drive & Automation India (MDA India) and CeMAT India.
To announce the collaboration, present at the conference were Shri. Girish Shankar, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry, Government of India, S N Roy, Chairman - FICCI Capital Goods Committee and CEO & Managing Director, L&T Power Ltd, Kannan Vishvanath, Senior Member, SIMHEM (Society for Indian Materials Handling Equipment Manufacturers), Dattatreya Gaur, Vice President, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd., and Mehul Lanvers-Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd.
WIN INDIA 2016, a unique destination for showcasing the relevance of Industry 4.0 to Indian manufacturing industry, will highlight India’s unrelenting march towards becoming a manufacturing powerhouse in the region. As per a recent report compiled by Nikkei and research firm Markit, the overall order booking for the Indian manufacturing sector rose to a 22-month high in October 2016. This indicates that the vital signs for the sector are truly on course and would be aptly demonstrated at the trade fairs.
Girish Shankar, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry said, “As per various Government schemes, we are expecting a threefold increase in growth in capital goods production and employment by 2025 and a 3.5 times increase in the manufacturing sector by 2026. With this boost in the manufacturing sector, WIN INDIA 2016 will be an exciting avenue for the industry to launch and showcase new products and industry 4.0 technologies. WIN INDIA serves the modern technology induction aspect of ‘Make In India’. The Government is committed to raising technology levels in Indian manufacturing. WIN INDIA  enables Indian MSMEs to get exposed to select German modern technologies. WIN INDIA being at their door steps, allows them to network with innovative products manufacturing exhibitors, normally present at Hannover Messe. Support by the Government of India to WIN INDIA is to enable Indian manufacturing industry to get to know global best, right here in India. We are very pleased to continue our partnership with Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt. Ltd and we extend our full support to WIN INDIA 2016.”
Cavas Dumasia, Secretary – SIMHEM and Vice President – Marketing & Sales, Godrej Material Handling said “One of the important objectives of SIMHEM is to inform users of the benefits of mechanized material handling equipment through training programs, seminars, trade fairs etc. CeMAT India is a great platform for the material handling sector in India and with its partnership with SIMHEM, we see growth opportunities for our members as well as other integrated industry to promote their business and develop leads. SIMHEM & CeMAT India are two leading brands in the material handling sector in India and what better than joining hands to expand the market.”
WIN INDIA will also see a participation of more than 200 exhibitors, launching and showcasing their new products and technologies from around the globe. WIN INDIA 2016 has representations from China, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, UAE and USA. Some of the leading brands that will be participating are Siemens, Robert Bosch Engineering, Festo, Camozzi, Larsen & Toubro, Rittal, Nord Systems, Jungheinrich Lift Trucks India, Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd, Mahindra Logistics, Pilz India, Intouch, Grey Orange Robotics, Kompress India, Exide Industries Ltd, NASH Robotics & Automation Pvt Ltd, Concord Hydraulics Pvt Ltd, ABM Drivers India, Eppinger and Ningbo Degson amongst others. Mr. Dattatreya Gaur from Robert Bosch Engineering talked about their products and technologies that will be displayed at WIN INDIA and the role of the Government and WIN INDIA in boosting the industry.
“FICCI is happy to partner with Department of Heavy Industry (DHI) and Hannover Milano Fairs India (HMFI), once again in organizing WIN INDIA, which is emerging as a prominent show for the capital goods and automation industry. The capital goods sector in India in which 80% enterprises are from MSME sector, needs latest and strategic technology in various spheres. The sector is also gearing up for the new wave of Industry 4.0. With Prime Minister’s Make in India initiative, we are aspiring to be the manufacturing hub for capital goods across the value chain” said Mr. S N Roy, Chairman- FICCI Capital Goods Committee.
Speaking at the press conference, Mehul Lanvers Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt. Ltd. said, “In the pursuit of increasing the manufacturing capacity of India, we see a major potential for the growth of capital goods manufacturing industry. With support from Department of Heavy Industries and various other industrial associations like FICCI, SIMHEM, FPSI, VDMA, AIA and IVS, the industry is here to stay and grow. We have witnessed the commitment and efforts from our exhibiting companies for driving new and innovative technologies and products in the manufacturing space. At WIN INDIA, we continue to provide this large platform for enterprise and user industry to interact, creating a complete solution marketplace.”             
WIN INDIA 2016 will present interactive features such as ‘Automation Training Zone’ along with AIA (Automation Industry Association), MDA FORUM by VDMA, Intralogistics 4.0 Conference and Masterclass for Supply Chain Professionals organized by ISCM, CEO Conclave by FPSI, Vacuum Technology Workshop etc.  With the objective of bringing industrial associations together, WIN INDIA has partnered with associations such as SIMHEM, FPSI (Fluid Power Society of India), VDMA (German Engineering Association), AIA (Automation Industry Association), Indian Vacuum Society, SME Chambers of Commerce, Bombay Industries Associations, Association for Multimodal transporters, Taloja Industries Association and Bombay Goods Transport Association.
WIN INDIA is organized by Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd, Deutsche Messe’s subsidiary in India, and belongs to Deutsche Messe’s HANNOVER MESSE Worldwide portfolio, which includes events in Brazil, China, Italy, Turkey, and the United States.

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