Mumbai , 11 april, 2018 (GPN) : The Indian analytical instrument industry is expected to grow from 0.5 billion EUR to 2.4 billion EUR between 2012-20 having CAGR of 17%**and is poised to grow steadily. One of the major drivers for this market is growing regulations to ensure high-quality products which is in-turn making end-users more quality aware; this unquestionablycomprises of the pharma, chemical, food & beverages, R&D and allied industries – where the quality needs to be conserved from molecular level; the demand for laboratory analytical instruments is assured to intensify.
In order to capitalize on this growth opportunity, Messe Muenchen India announced a regional edition of analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo, the market leading trade fairs for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics in Mumbai for the very first time. The trade fair is scheduled for April 25-26, 2018 at Bombay Exhibition Centre.
Mumbai: The power centre of Western India
The financial and economic capital of India, Maharashtra is the nerve-center to many industries including Food processing, chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and many others. The Mumbai edition is anticipated to bring together over hundred exhibitors and expects over 3,500 trade visitors in just two days. The multi-facet list of exhibitors will showcase solutions from incubators, stability chambers, laboratory instruments, analytical technologies and chemicals to laboratory furniture and many more.
Bhupinder Singh, CEO of Messe Muenchen India is delighted with the response of this upcoming edition: “We are already on the trajectory of putting up a well-executed trade fair welcoming the response of our exhibitors for the Mumbai edition and we are sure to pool in the rightlyestablishedset of buyers and customers for our esteemed participants.”
Supporting programs: Bio Pharma Landscape Conference, IAIA Anacon Technology Showcase and Buyer-Seller Forum
The trade fair will host a range of supporting programs including Bio Pharma Landscape Conferencefocusing on in-depth discussion on the development, challenges and implementation of quality standards pertaining to bio-pharma process, Anacon Technology Showcase (Seminar) on discussions pertaining to analytical technologies ranging from chromatographs to life sciences and more.
“Business match-making is one of the key highlights of our trade fairs. At our Buyer-Seller Forum, you will network with industry leaders face-to-face to explore new opportunities.” concluded Singh.
One show, two cities: analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo will take place in Mumbai (April 25-26 at Bombay Exhibition Centre) and in Hyderabad (September 6-8, 2018 at HITEX Exhibition Centre). Visit www.analyticaindia.com,www.indialabexpo.comfor more information.
The flagship edition of the trade fair will continue to take place in Hyderabad and is scheduled for September 6-8, 2018 at HITEX, Hyderabad.ENDS