India Warehousing Show 2014

2014-07-08 - 2014-07-10
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The India Warehousing Show ( is a trade fair and conference for warehousing, logistics, materials handling, storage, distribution, transport and supply chain sectors. The event takes place every year at Pragati Maidan and brings together business visitors from all over India and abroad. India Warehousing Conference is a two day business conference and technical seminar that takes place alongside the expo and focuses on resolving issues and meeting challenges of the logistics and end-user industry professionals. Attended by 8,937 business visitors in 2013, the trade show is the biggest in India and added ‘Commercial Vehicle’ zone to its kitty in addition to ‘Supply Chain’ zone. The event is organised by Reed Manch Exhibitions, a joint venture between Reed Exhibitions and Manch Communications. Highlight: Display of International standards, various solutions from building of warehouse to maintenance within a warehouse using material handling & storage to various other supply chain solutions under one roof.

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• Agro Products • Automobile • Automotive Components • Beverages • Bulk Drugs • Cement • Chemical & Pesticides • Coating & Adhesives • Confectionary • Consumer Electronics • Dairy Products • Electronics & Electricals • Engineering • Fertilizers • FMCG • Food & Food Processing • Glass • Healthcare & Pharmaceutical • Ice Cream Manufacturers • IT & Telecom

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• AIDC Technology • Building Management Systems • Cleaning Equipment for Warehouses • Industrial doors and Gates • Industrial Flooring • Loading Technology • Material Handling Equipment • Packing Solutions • Pre-Engineering Metal Buildings • Renewable Energy & Lighting Technology • Storage Solutions • Tracking Solutions • Transport Management Systems • Turbo Ventilators • Warehouse Management systems • Weighing Solution ( by weight & Volume)

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