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India Express Cargo Logistics Summit 2011, A Bouquet of Events Is Set to Open Doors for the First Timers Into Booming Markets of India

Progressive Media Group has announced India's maiden exhibition on Warehousing Technology Sector: India Warehousing Show 2011. The Exhibition is scheduled on 21-23 April at Expo Centre, Greater Noida, India.

 

In India, the warehousing industry is all set to touch the benchmark of an industry worth $55 billion by the year 2011. Similarly, Indian Cold Storage sector today is striving hard to match the demand of over 35 million tones square feet. And that is making it a fast growing sector itself.

 

"For the growing market like ours, it is at most important that the industries adopt the norms that are prevalent in international markets. Rising demands of end users push the logistic solution providers to stretch their own capacities and deliver the high standards of storage, handling and transport with keeping the time lines intact. India Warehousing Show 2011 promises the required platform to showcase the technology and equipments, which can make the operations flawless and cost effective," explained Anuj Mathur, Director-Sales, Progressive Media Group. He further informed that the exhibition integrates a content driven conference offering an ideal forum where the industry key drivers can share their knowledge which in turn can be beneficial to entire industry.

 

India Warehousing Show 2011 will be accompanied by India ECL Summit 2011 covering entire spectrum of logistic activities from picking up goods to storing them to handing them at the desired destinations and reverse logistics. The suppliers of these industries including cargo handling machinery, prefabricated storage structures, storage solutions, refrigeration and puff up technology, software and other segments will come on single platform to present the latest to the parent industry.

 

"We are promoting our exhibition on national and international arena. The concentrated efforts will be put in to bring the warehouse owners, express and cargo-logistics companies and end users industries including FMCG, Food, Retail, Pharmaceutical and Automobiles. With the positive response from the sector in initial phase, we are sure to put up an exhibition with genuine buyers", added Mr. Mathur.

For further details and queries please contact:

Mayank Gupta: Mayank@indiaeclsummit.in

Mohit Budhija: Mohit@indiawarehousingshow.com

Progressive Media Group has announced India's maiden exhibition on Warehousing Technology Sector: India Warehousing Show 2011. The Exhibition is scheduled on 21-23 April at Expo Centre, Greater Noida, India.

 

In India, the warehousing industry is all set to touch the benchmark of an industry worth $55 billion by the year 2011. Similarly, Indian Cold Storage sector today is striving hard to match the demand of over 35 million tones square feet. And that is making it a fast growing sector itself.

 

"For the growing market like ours, it is at most important that the industries adopt the norms that are prevalent in international markets. Rising demands of end users push the logistic solution providers to stretch their own capacities and deliver the high standards of storage, handling and transport with keeping the time lines intact. India Warehousing Show 2011 promises the required platform to showcase the technology and equipments, which can make the operations flawless and cost effective," explained Anuj Mathur, Director-Sales, Progressive Media Group. He further informed that the exhibition integrates a content driven conference offering an ideal forum where the industry key drivers can share their knowledge which in turn can be beneficial to entire industry.

 

India Warehousing Show 2011 will be accompanied by India ECL Summit 2011 covering entire spectrum of logistic activities from picking up goods to storing them to handing them at the desired destinations and reverse logistics. The suppliers of these industries including cargo handling machinery, prefabricated storage structures, storage solutions, refrigeration and puff up technology, software and other segments will come on single platform to present the latest to the parent industry.

 

"We are promoting our exhibition on national and international arena. The concentrated efforts will be put in to bring the warehouse owners, express and cargo-logistics companies and end users industries including FMCG, Food, Retail, Pharmaceutical and Automobiles. With the positive response from the sector in initial phase, we are sure to put up an exhibition with genuine buyers", added Mr. Mathur.

For further details and queries please contact:

Mayank Gupta: Mayank@indiaeclsummit.in

Mohit Budhija: Mohit@indiawarehousingshow.com