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analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo to Capitalise on Positive Sector Growth
Mar 17 2017 Comments 0
End user application industries are evolving which contributes significantly to the growth of analytical instruments market in India. A high demand for customised instrumentation from end-user segments has opened up a huge potential for growth in the laboratory analytical instruments market and the size of the market is expected to be worth $2.37 billion by 2018.
India’s trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and diagnostics - analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo - will be capitalising on this tremendous market growth opportunity by offering a valuable mix of trade fair and conferences for the attendees. In its past edition, the event brought together 7,042 trade visitors and 233 exhibitors from 12 countries under one roof, occupying 9,100m2. Manufacturers, suppliers, dealers and representatives of Indian and international brands showcased the best of their solutions from laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology market.
After more than 750 successful face to face buyer seller meetings in 2016, analytica Anacon India & India Lab Expo 2017 brings back the ‘Buyer Seller’ forum to interact, network and to connect with the leading suppliers and buyers of the industry.
The feedback from attending buyers have been very positive. According to Dr Swapnil P. Sonawane and Dr Shyam Kumar, Associate Directors, Dr Reddy’s Labs, the Buyer-Seller meetings are an invaluable event: “The Buyer Seller Forum has been very useful as we have been able to interact with several industry players in a short span of time and especially with global companies from the sector. We are eagerly looking forward to the next edition of this event.”
Bhupinder Singh, CEO of Messe Muenchen India, said: “As organisers, we are constantly evolving our trade fairs by adding content and networking programs to ensure maximum value for our attendees. Coming editions will see several knowledge-rich accompanying programs, such as, Live Lab, Lab Safety, analytica Anacon conference, workshops etc. in addition to demonstration of live products and technologies.”
Co-organised in partnership with Indian Analytical Instruments Association (IAIA), the trade fair garnered strong support from all major trade associations including Pharmexcil, the Federation of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FTAPCCI), Federation of the small and medium enterprises (FSME), Indian Drug Manufacturers' Association (IDMA), Indian Chemical Council (ICC) and many more.
The participation of leading exhibitors from across the industry in 2016 reaffirmed the value and focus of analytica Anacon India and India lab Expo as an essential industry event. Some of the leading companies have again confirmed their presence for the 2017 edition of the show.
Singh concluded: “We are glad our customers are satisfied and our events are offering a platform to analyse competition, evaluate the current state and the future of technology and make new connections. Strong industry support reinstates our position of a leading international trade fair and we are pleased to bring you more products and technologies, more knowledge-rich conferences and networking forums in 2017.”
Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo will take place from 21–23 September 2017 at HITEX Exhibition Center in Hyderabad. For more information visit www.analyticaindia.com and www.indialabexpo.com.
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