Medical Fair India Will Feature Messe Duesseldorf First-time U.S. Pavilion
Messe Duesseldorf North America’s Medical Fair India - 19th International Exhibition and Conference on Diagnostic, Medical Technology, Rehabilitation, Medical Equipment and Components, on tap March 8-10 in New Delhi, is set to feature a U.S. pavilion by the company for the first time.
The three-day show is organized by Messe Duesseldorf, which runs the massive MEDICA exhibition in Duesseldorf, Germany, and its subsidiary Messe Düsseldorf India.
“This U.S. Pavilion provides a cost-effective means for companies to enter into or to expand their business in the lucrative overseas marketplace,” according to show officials.
The all-inclusive turnkey package includes a fully furnished booth, access to the pavilion’s exhibitor lounge area with daily snack and beverage service and the on-site services of a project manager.
At the U.S. Department of Commerce certified event, exhibitors will present the latest developments for the medical industry, ranging from medical, diagnostics and laboratory equipment to pathology and physiotherapy technology as well as hospital/clinic furnishings and communication/information technology.
Visitors to Medical Fair India 2013 will include physicians, veterinarians, dentists, physiotherapists, biologists, chemists, hospital directors and managers as well as distributors and representatives from universities and government agencies.
Medical Fair India has grown in leaps and bounds during the past five years.
This year’s March show attracted 322 exhibitors from 17 countries, an increase of 115 percent in five years, and more than 6,700 trade visitors from 30 countries, an increase of 87 percent in five years.
India has a lot of growth potential in the medical technology sector, according to show officials.
By 2013, the market is expected to almost double from about $3 billion in 2010 to $5 billion. The country’s high dependency on imports (60 percent) also provides excellent opportunities for international medical technology companies in the future.