7th China Homelife & Machinex India 2019 to focus on booming India and China trade

The event continues to focus on the increasing trade and building sustainable relationships between Chinese and Indian companies

Mumbai

India’s largest China sourcing B2B expo, China Homelife and China Machinex India, in its 7th edition, will see a tremendous industry participation of more than 1500 exhibitors from China, displaying over 25,000 products. It will be held from December 11 to 13, 2019 at Bombay Exhibition Centre, NESCO Complex.

China Homelife will comprise of products like furniture, textile & garments, home appliances, household items, gift articles, luggage bags and many more whereas, Machinex will see building materials, hardware and tools, lighting, auto parts, machinery and various other sectors. China Homelife and Machinex will provide a comprehensive platform for buyers and sellers and professionals across both the sectors, with over 20,000 business visitors are expected this year.

The expo will hold conferences, which will include series of presentations and panel discussions to discuss and deliberate on wide ranging industry topics.  The topics for discussion would be conducted across different Forums which would include topics varying from India-China Textile Cooperation to India-China Machinery Cooperation and India-China Electronics Cooperation, attended by industry experts who would also be discussing latest technology and innovative products.

Ashish Gupta, Managing Director, Winmark Exhibitions, said, “Every year, we are seeing an increase in the quantum of business partnerships between Indian and Chinese companies, and this year we expect the same at China Homelife and China Machinex 2019. Along with a significant increase in the number of exhibitors at the trade fair, we are witnessing an exponential growth of import business from China to India. As per trade figures, we are importing 467.49 billion from China. 2019’s edition will showcase innovative technologies that will push up cooperation between the two neighboring countries, and we are very happy in playing an essential role in sustaining this business relationship.”

The event continues to focus on the increasing trade and building sustainable relationships between Chinese and Indian companies to congregate and conduct business.  The three day event will witness several exciting partnerships and announcements that promise to augur in new trends in the industry. Visitors at the expo can expect to witness a number of features.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is also organising China-India Economic Forum on December 11, 2019 at the event. It will see participation from the captains from Indian industry. The objective of this forum is deepening bilateral relations, enhancing the economic engagement and explores various trade opportunities between India and China

The trade show will also be supported by associations in FMCG and core industry such as BIA, PWAI, ICIB, AFMT and many more.

The expo will be marked by over 2000 exhibitors including industries players like FPM - Unimold Asia (Injection molds, casting molds), Hangzhou Weijiamei Electric Appliances (Rice cooker, Ceramic cookery), Wenzhou Youlian Machinery Manufacturing(Production Line, Filling and Capping Machine)and Hangzhou Standard Mayo Industrial(Fitness Equipment). The expo will also see participation from countries such as Poland, South Africa, Egypt, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, Brazil, Mexico, UAE, Jordan and Kenya. The show also takes place in 12 different countries every year.

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