TEEMA & TPCA to Organise Taiwan Pavilion at the 8th IPCA Electronics Expo 2015, New Delhi, India
Apr 28, 2015
Taiwan Electrical & Electronic Manufacturers’ Association and Taiwan Printed Circuit Association will be recruiting the exhibitors from Taiwan to make sure that the huge market which is being offered by India, can be tapped by its domestic members.
The 8th edition of Ipca Electronics Expo India 2015 aims to revolutionize the "Digital India, Make in India" wave and promote the growth of Indian electronics industry on a global platform. The exhibition is planned from 20th - 22nd August 2015 in Hall 7 of Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India.
The exhibition boasts of exciting attractions, few of them is listed below;
Pcb Pavilion – A complete exhibit of Pcb Designs, Equipments, Raw materials etc from both domestic and International suppliers
International Pavilion – Global electronics industry is vying for India’s attention, this pavilion aims to act as a platform for them to do business in India.
PSU/DGS&D/State Pavilion - Great investment opportunities in business friendly states, sourcing by public sector companies and innovative products from them will be exciting exhibits for the industry
Conferences/Seminars – Get first hand information from experts on latest technology, best practices and upcoming innovations in electronics industry.
CEO Summit – A platform for corporate leaders to meet government officials and discuss, possible growth plans for the industry.
The exhibition will see participation from key segments like Eda Software/Developers, Circuit/Pcb Designer, Product Design/Development, Pcb raw materials manufacturers/supplier, Pcb Manufacturer, Stencil Manufacturers, Testing Equipments, Electronic Components manufacturers/suppliers, Ems Providers, Contract manufacturers, Quality inspection equipments, Electronic product manufacturers, Electrostatic Devices, Solar cells, Modules, Panels, Membrane keyboard manufacturers etc…
Industry members are optimistic with this new development and hope this will be a great step in improving the bilateral trade relations between the two countries.
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