CII announces India's first National NexGen Mobility Expo Coming in Pune

The event is expected to host over 100 exhibitors, representing both domestic and international brands.

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CII announces India's first National NexGen Mobility Expo Coming in Pune

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is set to organise India's first NextGen Mobility Expo in Pune from December 15 to 16, 2023, at Deccan College Ground. Covering four main areas, including 'Electrifying Mobility,' 'Clean Tech for Fuel of the Future,' 'Mobility and Vehicle Design,' and 'Urban Mobility,' the expo ai to bring together industry leaders, innovators, policymakers, and enthusiasts to explore and shape the future of smart and sustainable mobility in India. With a focus on automotive, fuel of the future, mobility and vehicle design, and urban mobility, the event will feature technology forums, futuristic and concept vehicle displays, interactive tech demos, and product launches, providing networking opportunities for domestic and global participants.

The event is expected to host over 100 exhibitors, representing both domestic and international brands, with approximately 3,000 focused business visitors from the industry, trade, and government. Key exhibitors include Maharashtra State Government bodies, Pune Municipal Corporation, Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Ltd, Tata AutoComp System Ltd, Greaves Cotton, RSB Transmission, BRUGGeCONNECT, Tata Motors, Reliance Industries, Belrise Industries, Fleetguard Filtrum, Vikas Group, Tork Motors, Toyota, Skoda, Citron, New Vehicle Development Reliance, IIT Bombay, and WRI, among others.

The expo will showcase state-of-the-art mobility solutions, including e-powertrain products, e-drivetrain, engine cooling solutions, battery thermal management systema, electronic solutions, and precision-crafted suspensions tailored for future-ready vehicles. Additionally, the event will witness the launch of the Fast DC Charging Gun.

Arvind Goel, Chairman of CII NexGen Mobility Show 2023, emphasized the opportunity for domestic players to provide equipment, systems, and components for next-gen vehicles and highlighted the need to bring stakeholders together to discuss future challenges and opportunities in the automotive industry.

The summit will feature addresses from industry leaders, including Arvind Goel, Tata AutoComp Systems, Dr Arup Basu, Greaves Cotton; Rajnikant Behera, RSB Transmissions; Dr Sanjay G. Kolte, IAS, Pune Smart City; Vikram Kumar, IAS, Pune Municipal Corporation; Sandip Chaudhari, Greaves Cotton; Anand Kulkarni, Tata Passenger Electric Mobility; Rahul Mahajan, The Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI); Ajay Jain, Tata Motors; Nandakumar K, Chemtrols Industries; Dr Marc Stehlin, Skoda Auto Volkswagen India; Kiran Acharya, Sandvik Coromant India; Swati Khandelwal, Zee Business; Nitin Seth, Reliance Industries;  Sulajja Firodia Motwani, Kinetic Green; Deepal Shah, BRUGGeCONNECT AG, Switzerland; Ajay Sambrani, TUBACEX; Ashutosh Shukla, Schneider Electric; Amit Kekare, Siemens; Sandesh Sadawarte, Cummins India; Prof Nishant Sharma, IDC School of Design, IIT Bombay; Dibyendu D Sarkar, Bharat Petroleum; Anand Vishnu Gawade, Escorts Kubota.

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