How the ITALIAN TECH in INDIA exhibition aims to strengthen ties in automotive manufacturing between India and Italy
The exhibition successfully promoted greater cooperation between Italy and India in the manufacturing sector. The path forward is to work with various European stakeholders to increase awareness and support the market penetration of advanced manufacturing, Industry 4.0, and Artificial Intelligence in India.
The recently concluded "ITALIAN TECH in INDIA" exhibition showcased a selection of Italian technologies and innovations manufactured in India across 4 sectors, including Automotive and Auto-components, Machinery and Manufacturing, Agri and Food Technologies, Engineering, Infrastructure, Building and Construction.
The exhibition presented by The Embassy of Italy in New Delhi, the Consulate General of Italy in Mumbai, and the IICCI - Indo-Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, promoted greater cooperation between Italy and India in the manufacturing sector, providing a unique opportunity for Italian companies to showcase their capabilities and for Indian companies to explore potential collaborations and partnerships.
The path forward is to work with various European stakeholders to increase awareness and support the market penetration of advanced manufacturing, Industry 4.0, and Artificial Intelligence in India.
The exhibition aimed to highlight the significant contribution of Italian know-how to India's economic and technological growth in terms of investment, job creations, innovation, technological advancement, and skill development. The event featured activities, seminars, and round tables with high-level representatives from both Italian and Indian institutions and associations. Visitors had the chance to see the latest technologies and innovations in action and meet with industry experts and leaders.
The event took place at the Embassy of Italy in New Delhi from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5 March 2023 was inaugurated by Italy's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation - Antonio Tajani, and India's Minister of Commerce and Industry - Piyush Goyal along with Ambassador of Italy in India - Vincenzo de Luca, IICCI President - Amit Roy and CEO and Secretary General of IICCI - Claudio Maffioletti and at the Auto Cluster Exhibition Center in Pune from Friday 17 to Sunday 19 March 2023 was inaugurated by Consul General of Italy in Mumbai - Alessandro De Masi, Joint Director, Industries - Government of Maharashtra - Sadashiv Survase, Head of Treasury, Markets and Sales, AXIS Bank - Brejesh Chalill, IICCI President - Amit Roy and CEO and Secretary General of IICCI - Claudio Maffioletti.
The 17 exhibiting Italian companies included Bauli India Bakes & Sweets, Bettinelli, Biesse Manufacturing, Bonfiglioli Transmissions, Brembo, Coesia India, Enel Green Power India, FAAC India, Fontana Gruppo, Maccaferri Environmental Solutions, Maire Tecnimont, Mapei
Construction Products India, Marelli (India), Marposs India, MGM Varvel, Piaggio Vehicles, Same Deutz-Fahr India, while the nine participating Italian companies were Bellissimo - Panariagroup India Industrie Ceramiche , Carraro, Danieli India, Ferrero, Green Gear Trasmissioni, Guala Closures India, Italferr, OMR Bagla Automotive Systems India, and Saleri India.
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