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Indian exhibitors

Indian exhibitors

Official Indian Participation

Ten years after 2009, when it had participated TIF as “Honoured Country”, India returns as the epicentre of the 84th event with a renewed face as it has been shaped by sweeping changes in the country. “New India” participates with a large number of exhibitors that includes mixed, government and private, small companies from various sectors such as Space Technology, Energy, Textiles, Information Technology, Processed Food, Infrastructure, Tourism, Ceramics, Mechanical Engineering, Equipment etc.

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has mastered the art of successful low-cost and high-efficiency satellite launches. The organisation has recently launched the Chandrayaan 2,  an Indian lunar mission which will benefit India and humanity as a whole.

National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)

NTPC is India’s largest power utility with an installed capacity of 55,786 MW with around 30% from non-fossil fuel based sources. The company has comprehensive Rehabilitation and Resettlement, and Corporate Social Responsibility Policies integrated with its core business of setting up power projects and generating electricity.

Ministry of Tourism

India is home to 38 World Heritage sites that are recognised by UNESCO, spread across the country. Major attractions include the Taj Mahal, Elephanta Caves, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Sundarbans National Park, the Golden Temple, the Western Ghats and the Nilgiri Mountain Railway.

Agricultural Produce Export Development Authority (APEDA)

APEDA is a government agency which undertakes surveys and feasibility studies for development of industries especially with the objective of export. The agency proactively fixes standards and specifications of products and carries our inspections to ensure the quality of food products.

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is spearheading the transformation of India into a digital powerhouse with the flagship scheme “Digital India”. It is also implementing e-governance initiatives under the vision of the Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi of “Maximum Governance Minimum Government”.

Companies from the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Sector

The Indian MSME sector is very significant as it contributes around 33% to the manufacturing output of India. The MSME sector provides employment to around 120 million people and contributes around 45% of the overall exports of India.

Companies of the Tiles and Ceramics Industry

India is the second largest ceramic tile manufacturing country in the world with an abundance of raw materials, technical skills, infrastructural facilities.

National Handicapped Finance and Development Corporation (NHFDC) and Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corporation of India (ALIMCO)

These two government agencies have been at the forefront of development and distribution of aids and assistive devices to differently abled people.

Handicrafts from Rajasthan, Moradabad, Jammu and Kashmir

The artisans of Rajasthan are seasoned professionals who have mastered the art of wooden carvings. These handmade pieces with beautiful designs are highly coveted for their flawless finish, high durability and light weight.

Moradabad is a city famous for its brass industries, especially the ones that manufacture exquisite artefacts.

The artisans from the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir are highly skilled in making hand crafted shawls, carpets, bags, etc. These handmade products are very popular in the international markets.

Indian Jewellery Exporters

India is one of the leading exporters of gem stones and jewellery. The Indian jewellery exporters are specialised in the design and manufacture of oxidized silver pendants, silver necklaces, bracelets, rings, etc.

Organised by ITPO (India Trade Promotion Organisation)
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