UBM India’s Concrete Show India witnesses the launch of its 5th edition

UBM India’s Concrete Show India witnesses the launch of its 5th edition

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(CSI) 2017, the three day (May 4 – 6, May 2017) trade show hosted by , commenced on May 4, 2017 at the Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The event was inaugurated by Samir Surleker- Vice President- West, Indian Concrete Institute; Harshad Patel-Member- Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (ICEMA) & Zonal Manager, Schwing Stetter India Pvt Ltd; Michael Duck, Executive Vice President, ; Yogesh Mudras – Managing Director, UBM India and Abhijit Mukherjee – Group Director, UBM India amidst an august industry gathering.

As per the Press Release, Concrete Show India covered key areas including roads and highways, housing, airports, ports, power, rail, dams & bridges. It brought together over 100 Indian and global suppliers and manufacturers from industries including concrete and construction, construction equipments, construction chemical and commercial & industrial flooring, all under one roof. This year, the show introduced a brand new category called Smart BuildTech that featured innovations in Automations, Software & IT systems and construction tools & instruments.

Speaking at the inauguration of the 5th edition of Concrete Show India, Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, “For a massive country like India, improvement in infrastructure is a necessity.  Well supported by the government and with an allocation of a record INR 3.96 lakh crore at the Union Budget 2017, the sector will witness a huge positive shift in 2017-18. A number of policies aimed at removing infrastructural bottlenecks as well as promoting sustainability of resources, have been initiated by the Union Government to further propel the industry’s overall development. With over 100 exhibitors, a plethora of exciting products on display, support from key associations and knowledge sharing, the Concrete Show India is positioned to provide industry professionals unrivalled business opportunities to congregate network and discuss industry trends, challenges and market insights. The kind of industry response we at UBM India have received towards our 5th edition of the show further validates the potential of this industry.”

Prominent industry players like Lucid Colloids Ltd.; Bianchi Casseforme India Pvt. Ltd.; Reckli India; Hicrete Decorative Systems Pvt. Ltd; Atlas Copco (India) Ltd.; Concrete Additives & Chemicals Pvt. Ltd.; Skyway RMC Plants Pvt. Ltd.; Godrej Construction; Apollo Infratech Pvt. Ltd.; Ashtech; Shri Ram Panels; Reit Qgreen, MASA Concrete Plants India Ltd.; WAM India Ltd. and JK Cement Ltd., among many others, participated at the expo. The expo also featured international presence with participation from countries such as China, Germany, Italy, and Republic of Korea displaying an array of brands and products.

Concrete Show India 2017 has been well-received by the industry with support from key associations —  Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (ICEMA), Indian Concrete Institute (ICI), Construction Chemicals Manufacturers Association (CCMA), Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA), Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI), Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC), Ready Mixed Concrete Manufacturers’ Association (RMCMA), Indian Association of Structural Engineers (IAStructE),  Indian Institution of Bridge Engineers (IIBE),  Logistics Federation of India (ILFI), Indian Society of Structural Engineers (ISSE), Ontario Building Envelope Council (OBEC), Pre Engineered structures Society of India (PSI),  among others.

Concrete Show India scored high on knowledge-sharing among its industry peers this year. The one-day conference saw technical seminars that focused on smart cities, sustainability and concrete infrastructure. The topics included — ‘Planning Smart Cities’, ‘Constructing Smartly and Sustainably’, ‘Repair and Rehab for Concrete Infrastructure’, ‘New Generation Materials for Smart Cities’ and ‘Roads, Infrastructure and Connectivity’.

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