It is the time of the year again, for the best technologies to assemble at the 11th Biennial Die & Mould India International Exhibition. The much awaited event promises to bring all the action from the global die & mould segment at the disposal of the industry. The four-day exhibition will be held during April 11-14, 2018 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon, Mumbai.
The booming Indian economy has resulted in large amount of investments to provide for the ever increasing consumer demand and the required infrastructure. In particular, the automotive industry & its suppliers, construction, electronics, white goods and steel production industry have benefitted from this positive trend.
Riding on the back of this strong momentum, the country’s die mould industry is gearing up to meet the rising demand. In recent years the industry has found many new customers such as plastic products, energy, medical, auto ancillary, consumer durables, etc.
The 11th Die & Mould India International Exhibition will provide an ideal opportunity for the die & moulds companies to upgrade their know-how and keep pace with the latest developments in this segment.
DK Sharma, President, TAGMA India and Executive Vice President & Business Head, Godrej Tooling says, “Started in 1998, Die Mould India has come a long way to become the largest exhibition in the country for die mould and tooling solution providers. It is a platform where solution providers can meet potential buyers and learn from their expectations. Exhibitors include CNC machine manufacturers, cutting tool manufacturers, CAD/CAM & software developer companies, die mould manufacturers, tool manufacturers, companies related to 3D printing and much more. It means one can witness all kind of manufacturing technologies under one roof. This unique gathering of technology providers, makes it an ideal place for companies to source products and understand the new technologies available in the market.”
Organised by Tool & Gauge Manufacturers Association of India (TAGMA), the 1st edition of the exhibition was held in Mumbai in 1998. Since then the event has steadily grown to become the largest Die Mould Exhibition in the country. TAGMA India is a non-profit organisation, which has been actively promoting the tooling industry since its inception in 1990.
The previous edition of the exhibition held in Bengaluru was highly successful with a growth, of over 32% in number of exhibitors, 35% in exhibitor (toolmakers), 42% in exhibitor (MSME) and 19% in exhibition area. The event attracted visitors from over 19 countries. Looking at the response and growing demand, the 11th Die & Mould India International Exhibition is back in Mumbai.
As the Indian die & mould industry is making a mark in the global market, DMI 2018 comes at the right time to provide a common dice for the Indian and Global companies to make a surge towards partnerships.