The Big 5 Construct India 2016 will be held from 28 to 30 September 2016 at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. Being the fastest growing exhibition dealing with the building materials and construction, presents all the products and services of the sector.
Therefore there is a notable increase of attendance, for both exhibitors and visitors.
The Big 5 Construct India provides to its participants important opportunities such as:
Connection with distributors and suppliers in order to establish business in the Indian subcontinent, branding opportunities, expansion of the participants’ buyers base by giving to them the ability to meet more than 10,000., to make direct sales and to achieve direct access in the Indian construction market of more than 1500 building, construction and infrastructure projects.
EXHIBITS TO BE PRESENTED IN BIG 5 INDIA CONSTRUCT 2016
An extended range of products will be provided by the exhibitors of the next show from 28 to 30 September 2016, separated in two building materials sub-sectors.
Building Interiors: Marble & Stone Ceilings, Wall Coverings, Ceramics- Porcelain, Stairs- Staircases, Sanitary Ware, Showers- Shower Enclosures Finishes, Fitted Furniture, Kitchen- Bathroom Furniture, Lighting, , Partitions, Rubber, Vinyl and Carpet Flooring, , Sinks and Bath Tubs, Taps, Faucets- Mixers, Wooden, Laminate and Engineered Flooring.
Construction: Outdoor Design- Landscaping, Facades, General Building Materials, Prefabricated Buildings, Coatings, Adhesives & Sealants, Concrete-Related Products, Construction Tools, Electrical Systems, Elevators- Escalators, Windows- Doors, Facilities Management Products- Services, Fire Detection- Protection, HVAC, , PMV- Related Products, Safety -Security, Software- IT, Solar Energy, Steel, Water Technology.
EXHIBITORS – BIG 5 INDIA CONSTRUCT 2016
More than 300 companies will from 25 countries will display their products and services. In addition in the fairgrounds, there will be more than 300 technologies and solutions from 15 countries for innovative construction products and services.
The countries of origin of the exhibitors are: Austria, Austria, Belgium, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iran, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Morocco, New Zealand, Norway.
China, Germany, Italy, Iran, Korea, Turkey, Greece, UK, Taiwan and Spain among others, will participate with their international pavilions
VISITORS OF BIG 5 CONSTRUCT INDIA 2016
There are some critical reasons to visit the show.
EXHIBITORS AND VISITORS DURING THE 2015 SHOW
During the last edition of the show there were 7,428 participants from 44 countries, including 160 exhibitors from 11 countries.
Over 6,000 visitors attended the 2015 (17% increase from 2014). By the nature of their business they were: Architects and Consultants 24%, Contractors and Builder 18%, Agents- Distributors 16%, Engineers 12%, Real Estate Developers 9%, Manufacturers 8%, Service Providers 6%, Others 4%, Government 2%, Financial Institute 1%.
By their range of activities the buyers were: Architects, Business Development Managers, CEOs/Presidents/Chairmen/Directors, Civil Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Facilities Managers, Geotechnical Engineers, Marketing Managers, Plant Managers, Project Managers/Leaders, Purchasing Managers/Buyers, Quantity Surveyors, Structural Engineers, Workshop Managers, Consultants, Builders, Contractors, Developers, Interior Designers.
All of the buyers and specifiers are looking for innovative and sustainable products and technologies for building and infrastructure projects across India.
REASONS TO START BUSINESS IN INDIA
There are important reasons for someone to start business or to invest in India.
The government plans to invest USD 1 Trillion for the infrastructure sector until 2017, 40% of which is to be funded by the private sector. 45% of infrastructure investment will be will be used for activities dealing with construction sector while 20% set to modernize the construction industry. It must be noted that the construction activities contribute more than 10% of India’s GDP.
In addition must be referred that urban infrastructure will need USD 650 Billion the next 20 years.
India faces a serious housing shortage.
A new urban development mission is under implementation targeting to develop 500 cities (cities with a population of more than 100,000 are included) and additionally some cities having been identified as cities of religious and tourist importance will be developed too.
Indian cities contribution to India’s GDP is notable. According to appraisals it was 63% in 2009-10, 62% in 2012, scheduled to increase to 70%- 75% in 2030.
As reported in F.INDIA (09/17/2014), ‘India is on the brink of an urban revolution with its population in towns and cities expected to reach 600 million by 2031, according to a new UN-backed report which pegged the gap in urban infrastructure investment in the country over the next 20 years at a whopping $827 billion’. (firstpost.com).
More details about the Indian construction and building materials industry can be found in the following comprehensive reports:
Details about the exhibition can be found here: thebig5constructindia.com
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