China Homelife / Machinex Expo India 2018 Kick-start today at BEC, mumbai : Encouraging Business and Innovation

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Mumbai, 17th December, 2018 (GPN) – India’s largest China Sourcing B2B exhibition, ‘China Homelife/ Machinex’ India 2018had a grand inauguration at the BOMBAY CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE.  The expo directly sources 2,000 best-in-class suppliers from China seeking to do business in India and offers top grade Chinese products at a competitive price to Indian consumers.  Instead of Indians having to travel to China and search for Chinese counterparts, this trade provide them with a 3-dayopportunity once a year, to build business relations.

Organised by Meorient International Shanghai, and managed by Winmark Exhibitions,‘China Homelife/ Machinex’ India2018 received a massive response not only from the Indian visitors but also from neighbouring countries on the day one itself. The key dignitaries invited for the inaugural ceremony were Mr. Tang Guocai  Consul General Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China, Mumbai, Mr Vandan Shah, Co-Chairman, WR CII Taskforce on GST Implementation &Executive Director, Veena Diecasters & Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Eric Pan, Chairman,Meorient International Exhibition, Mr. RK Jain–Chairman, IMC Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr. Prasanna Dongre– President – Bombay Industries Association

Meorient is currently the largest organizer of Chinese companies to participate in overseas exhibitions with fundamentals business composed by over 200 international exhibition projects of more than 20 industries in more than 30 nations.

Eric Pan, Chairman, Meorient International Exhibitions said “India offers huge potential for on-line growth in foreign tradewww.Tradechina.com is our first step in this direction.”

This year, China Homelife/ Machinex India2018 conducted energizing panel discussion on developing Trade Relations & Enhancing Economic Partnerships between India and China which witnessed participation from the industry experts like Ms Suparna Singh Head – Strategy Larsen & Toubro Ltd,  Ms Samata Dhawade Vice President – Economic Cell, Aditya Birla Group, Mr Deng Jian Deputy Director Municipal Commission of Commerce, Hangzhou, Mr SanjivSaraff Senior Vice President Investment Banking ICICI Securities Mr R Kannan Head – Corporate Performance Management Hinduja Group.

Binu Pillai, COO, Meorient International Exhibtions said, “The bi-lateral trade volume between India and China is expected to exponentially grow in near future and we believe that ‘China Homelife/ Machinex’ India will play an instrumental role enhancing business relationship between the two countries to fuel this growth.Our focus has always been on creating an effective platform for leading Chinese companies as well as providing top class Chinese products to Indian consumers at a competitive price.”

This year’s show also hadconferences on topics such as Industrial Laser Equipment Technology,Sewing machine motors- the new age solution,Petrochemical &Power- Sector Turbine Solutions,Magnet solutions from manufacturing industry and presentation on Online PSB Loans and Buy Factory from China.

Presentation done by The CEO of Buy From China provided key insights in the following sectors : furniture , appliances, leather goods ,sporting goods ,metal products, non – metallic mineral products,medical ,chemical  , environmental recycling,handicrafts ,plastic, rubber products industry, transportation equipment, agricultural machinery, plastic molding, equipment, die casting equipment, cncmachining equipment, mechanical processing equipment, industrial robotand automation equipment.

People who are attending the event can look forward to interacting with high-quality suppliers and manufacturers on a direct business-to-business level and this will give them a huge amount of exposure to a variety of products across the diverse sectors. ENDS

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Sachin Murdeshwar
Sachin Murdeshwar is a Sr.Journalist and Columnist in several Mainline Newspapers and Portals.He is an ardent traveller and likes to explore destinations to the core.