Heart of manufacturing industry in Eurasia WIN – World of Industry 2011
opened its doors with Indian State Minister of Industry and Commerce
Being the most important trade show of the manufacturing industry in Eurasian region, WIN - World of Industry, continues to play a significant role in booming the domestic market with its visitors and exhibitors coming from Turkey and neighboring regions. 1st part of WIN opened its doors on 3 February 2011 in Tuyap Fair Convention and Congress Center with an opening ceremony attended by Indian State Minister of Commerce and Industry Mr. Jyotiraditya M. Scindia. During 4 days, 671 exhibitors and 287 co-exhibitors from 15 countries presented their products and services to the visitors from Turkey and all around the word.
Being the leading show in manufacturing industry in whole Eurasian region covering Turkey, Middle East and North Africa, WIN - World of Industry, continues to be organized with the support of 74 sectoral associations and organizations. At the first phase of the fair, which aims to promote Turkish industry on the international platform, and to increase trade volume in the region, the products and services related to machinery, metal working, welding, surface treatment and materials handling were introduced to the industry professionals.
Machinery Fair, which has been organized under the scope of WIN- World of Industry since years, has now a new name - “Metal Working Fair”. In addition to its new name and concept, Metal Working Fair, offers various products and components with its enlarged content, specialized infrastructure and clear visitor profile to the industry professionals. WIN – World of Industry Part 1 hosts 4 leading trade fairs. Metal Working Fair, presenting machines and tools; Welding Fair that addresses welding, cutting and joining industries; Surface Treatment Fair that introduces new technologies in surface treatment sector to industrial applicators; Materials Handling Fair that addresses transportation, stacking and storage, which are the increasing needs of the industrial society, offer big opportunities for all related sectors.
WIN – World of Industry Part 1 continues to be a meeting point of national and international exhibitors with buyer delegates invited especially from neighboring countries by the organizer and as well as Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade (DTM). Buyer delegates from Albania, Belarus, UAE, Bosnia Herzegovina, Morocco, Georgia, Croatia, Kenya, Kuwait, Sudan, Iran, Jordan, Tunisia and Greece are hosted under the scope of the special program called ‘Hosted Buyer Program’ and they have chance to attend face-to-face interviews with the exhibitors under the scope of “Cooperation Days”.
“Industrial Activities Summit” organized together with WIN - World of Industry for years, again provides a perfect environment for discussing the difficulties in today’s competitive and sophisticated technologies at both phases of the fair. Exhibitors, leading businessmen, scientists, academicians, politicians and journalists will gather for the exchange of ideas at the Industrial Activities Summit that offers a perfect platform to visitors and exhibitors for information exchange thanks to its conferences, seminars, forums, panels, round table meetings, workshops and company presentations. This year’s show hosted 170 Indian exhibitors in scope of “Partner Country India Project”. As a result of fruitful cooperation with the largest export promotion council in India EEPC India, efficient business deals have been realized between Turkey, India and the other countries exhibiting at the fair. Chairman of EEPC India Mr. Aman Chadha stated: “We are happy to be here at WIN – World of Industry Part 1. We welcomed a lot of visitors and exhibitors at our pavilion not only from Turkey, from different countries such as Bulgaria, Iran and Syria as well. This influenced and pleasantly surprised our Indian companies, because they were expecting mainly visitors from Turkish market. The exhibitors got good responses from Turkish and foreign visitors. In aspect of business deals, some joint venture and business agreements happened”. Indian State Minister of Commerce and Industry Mr. Jyotiraditya M. Scindia attended the opening ceremony of the show as well.
The fair hosts exhibitors from Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, UK and USA and is held on 24.325 sqm net exhibition area.
WIN 2011 Part 2, gathering OTOMASYON, ELECTROTECH an HYDRAULIC & PNEUMATIC under same roof, will be held between 17 – 20 March 2011 at TUYAP, Buyukcekmece, Istanbul.
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