Over 4,000 goods and machinery would be exhibited by participants in the four-day long fair beginning on Wednesday, to be organised by Hannover Milano Fairs India (HMFI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of two trade fair organisers Deutsche Messe AG and Fiera Milano of Italy.
Domestic as well as foreign companies like Voltas, Exide, sensor solutions company SICK and Windsor Exports would participate in the business-to-business exhibition, HMFI Managing Director Mehul Shah told reporters here today.
"This time we expect better business generation to the tune of about Rs 600 crore and more enquiries," he said. Also, the number of visitors are expected to be about 10,000 compared to 7,500 visitors last year.
As many as five exhibitions, namely Industrial Automation, MDA (Motion, Drive and Automation), CeMAT (Cemat India), Surface Technology and Laser Technology, would be held simultaneously.
"The exhibition, which is aimed at representing the latest markets and highlighting global market trends, is also a forum for application-oriented demonstrations of latest technology and new launches of cutting edge technologies," Germany-based Deutsche Messe AG Senior Vice President Wolfgang Pech said.
Besides, there will be 6 international pavilions displaying international brands from Germany, Italy, Korea, Taiwan and China.
The fair had earlier been organised in Bangalore and Mumbai.