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Guide to exhibitors India Pavilion - Hall C, DEC, Toronto, 17-20 October 2011 India’s engine of growthT hE INDIAN ENGINEERING INDuS- goods and machinery, and Light engi- TRy foRMS a crucial backbone neering with its low-tech items like cast- of the economy and is intricately ings, forgings and fasteners and highlylinked with many other core sectors for sophisticated microprocessor-basedits demand. The engineering industry de- control equipment and diagnostic medi-rives its demand from capacity creations cal instruments.in core sectors viz., power, infrastructure,mining, oil and other several other sec- Indian engineering exportstors including general manufacturing India exported uS$60 billion worthsector, consumer goods industry, auto- of engineering goods in 2010-11. It ismotive and process industries. estimated to cross uS$125 billion by The engineering industry is the largest 2013-14. The Indian engineering sector issegment of the Indian industrial sector. also the largest foreign exchange earnerEngineering goods enjoy 30.5 per cent for the country.weight in the Index of Industrial Produc-tion (IIP); 29.9 per cent share of total EEPC India: engineering the future Today, 40% of India’s engineering products go to the uS and Europeaninvestment; and 62.8 per cent share in for- EEPC India was set up by the Government of India in 1955 to promote the export of engineering goods. It now has markets. The major markets for Indian en-eign collaborations. Engineering exports the mandate to promote foreign trade and investment in the Indian engineering sector. gineering products are the united States,accounts for about 25% of India’s total It is the largest trade promotion organization in India with 13,000 engineering companies as its members. Mem- Singapore, the united Arab Emirates, theexports. 35% of the engineering exports bers represent a wide cross-section of the Indian engineering industry – from large corporate houses to SMEs. united Kingdom, China, Germany, Italy,come from the MSME sector. Malaysia, Indonesia and the Netherlands. EEPC India serves as a facilitator of two-way trade between Indian and foreign companies. It acts as a link be- As per the Annual Survey of Industries tween Indian exporters and the foreign buyer; identifies suitable suppliers in India; arranges visits of overseas(ASI), 2008-09, which is the latest that is buyers, exploratory missions, and teams to India, provides suppliers’ profiles; helps collaboration efforts for third The transformationavailable, there are 155,321 factories in country exports; creates awareness among overseas buyers on India’s technical competence and supply capabili- The nature of Indian engineering ex-India across 28 NIC industry classification ties; helps to resolve trade disputes and remove operational constraints; and educates the foreign buyer on Indian ports has also changed over the years.employing nearly 9 million workers and business policies. The profile of India as a supplier of lowover 11 million total persons engaged. EEPC India organizes exclusive Indian Engineering Exhibitions, branded as INDEE, in potential markets to show- value items to an exporter of capitalof this, the engineering industry has the case India’s rapid progress in the engineering sector. It has successfully executed 25 INDEE’s in Singapore, Indone- goods, plant and machinery, high-endlargest number of factories, accounting for sia, Thailand, Kenya, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Venezuala, UK, Australia, Ethiopia, Brazil, Kazakhastan, Indonesia, engineering services, etc, is a reflection Mexico, South Africa, Russia, Malaysia and Colombia.over 29% of total factories in the country. of its growing engineering excellence. India’s industrial sector can be classi- On request, EEPC India introduces overseas buyers to the most appropriate companies in India. EEPC India’s Buyer- Today, out of total engineering exports,fied into two categories: heavy engineer- Seller Meets abroad help Indian exporters to closely interact with their counterparts. Meets held in recent months capital goods & machinery account for were in Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Philippines and Malaysia.ing – which makes up 80% of the sector around 38% as against around 12% in – for more information, please visit: www.eepcindia.orgwith its transport equipment, capital the year 1956-57.Guide to Exhibitors AgriculturAl implements Automobile Birdi Sales India Dasmesh Mechanical GS Agricultural Madho Agro Nipha Exports Booth - 4305 Works Pvt Ltd Industry Industry (Regd.) (P) Ltd Booth - 4316 Booth - 4341 Booth - 4409 Booth - 4020 Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles (P) Ltd Piara Singh & Preet Agro Ram Chand & Sons Sandeep Industries Sodhi Sons Industries Pvt Ltd Booth - 4231 Booth - 4141 Productions Booth - 4519 Booth - 4338 Booth - 4431 Tata Motors Department of Commerce Ministry of Commerce & Industry Government of India www.ibef.org www.eepcindia.org