Medical Fair India Will Feature Its First U.S. Pavilion

February 19, 2012

As Messe Duesseldorf’s Medical Fair India,18th International Exhibition and Conference on Diagnostics, Medical Technology, Rehabilitation, Medical Equipment and Components continues to gain steam leading into the March 2-4 event at the Bombay Exhibition Center in Mumbai, show officials announced they had booked their first U.S. pavilion.

The internationality of the exhibitors steadily is increasing, and the U.S. pavilion will include the Illinois State Office, the Minnesota State Office and the U.S. Commercial Service.

In addition, there will be country group exhibits from the Czech Republic and Japan, as well as joint exhibits from Germany, France, Korea, Taiwan and Malaysia and the participation of Chinese companies under the sponsorship of the Shenzhen Association of Medical Devices, SPECTARIS, and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce for the Import & Export of Medicine and Health Products.

Individual exhibitors from Great Britain, Russia, the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Italy will round off the strong international presence.

A total of 311 exhibitors from 16 countries are expected to present a broad spectrum of healthcare products and services to more than 5,000 visitors on 38,700-plus square feet of exhibit space.

The healthcare services industry is one of its fastest growing sectors, accounting for 6 percent of the gross national product in India.

According to the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, the medical device technology sector alone will grow from $3 billion to $5 billion in 2013.

With a current volume of more than Euro 300 billion, the global medical technology market also is on a stable growth course.

Messe Düsseldorf India organizes Medical Fair India as part of the Messe Duesseldorf Group based in Germany, which organizes MEDICA.

In addition, Medical Fair India 2012 will have the support of leading Indian associations such as the Association of Indian Medicals Device Industry and the Indian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, as well as international institutions such as the Malaysian Rubber Export Promotion Council, the Korea Medical Devices Industrial Cooperation Association, UBIFRANCE, SAMD, the German Health Care Export Group and the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association.

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