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India Warehousing Show
Greater Noida, Dehli, India - 26-28 April 2012
Exhibition / trade show

‘Bigger, Better and More Focused’

The 3rd in the series, India Warehousing Show 2012 to be held at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida from 26th-28th April will be a bigger event showcasing Warehousing, Cold Storage, materials handling, Logistics, and supply chain industries under different zones. The Conference on Warehousing and Supply chain industry will also be conducted simultaneously, addressing issues faced by these sectors. The organizers aim to bring the IWS 2012 with greater bang, making it a ‘Bigger, Better and More Focused’ trade show, providing a platform for exposure, networking and business growth for exhibitors, professionals and end users. From the previously held trade shows, it is discernable that the Show is gaining momentum and it is an event that is already seeing a twofold growth even in its nascent stage.

The last edition of India Warehousing Show and concurrently held India Warehousing Conference, conceptualized by Manch Communications was first held from 21st-23rd April 2011, at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida. Although it was the maiden event in the series of ‘IWS’, the event saw participation of major players in the Warehousing and Logistics sector and also new entrants in the market. The recently concluded ‘IWLS’ and India Warehousing Conference held at Gujarat University Exhibition Hall, Ahmedabad from 17th-19th November 2011, was another feather in the cap for the team. There were 120 exhibitors at the event and about 5163 trade visitors. The response was tremendous giving an impetus to the ‘IWS 2012’.

Zone 1
The Warehousing Zone will be a platform to showcase new and improved Warehouse Technology and Facilities – Pre Engineering Building, Flooring, AIDC Technology, Renewable Energy & Lighting Technology.

Zone 2
The Materials Handling Zone will focus on the materials handling products like Forklifts, Cranes, Storage Solutions, Dock Levelers, Doors & Shutters, Pallets, Weighing Systems & Accessories and more.

Zone 3
The Cold Chain Zonewill focus on the cold chain industry which will comprise of exhibiting segments such as, Blast Freezer Panel Manufacturing Equipment, Compressors & Condensing Units, Insulation Materials, Pre-insulated Piping & Pipe Insulation, PUF Panels & Insulated Doors.

Zone 4
Exhibitors from the Supply Chain sector will be roofed under Zone 4 which will showcase solutions provided 3PL/ 4PL Companies, Container Train Operators, Freight Forwarders, Logistics Parks & FTWZ, Ports & Dry Ports, Shipping Companies, Supply Chain Consultant, Warehouses amongst others.

26-28 April 2012

Thu 26 10:00 to 18:00 Fri 27 10:00 to 18:00 Sat 28 10:00 to 17:00 (GMT +05:30) Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, New Delhi

India Expo Centre, Greater Noida

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