Showcasing Industry India: Exploring Infinite Opportunities

Author / Editor: Swati Deshpande, Associate Editor MM India / Lisa Saller, Lisa Saller

The Indian government’s focus on the manufacturing sector is encouraging the tooling industry to develop new and innovative products. As a result, DIEMOULD INDIA 2016 is expected to showcase the latest products.

Former President of India, Late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam lighting the traditional lamp at the inauguration ceremony of the previous edition.
Former President of India, Late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam lighting the traditional lamp at the inauguration ceremony of the previous edition.
( TAGMA India)

The tenth biennial DIEMOULD INDIA (DMI) 2016 event hosted by TAGMA-INDIA, has taken place from April 6–9, 2016 at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), Bengaluru, Karnataka. The series of DIEMOULD exhibitions is organized by TAGMA from 1998 and since then, the show has gained reputation of being a unique trade fair in India for the die & mould industry.

Glimpses of last edition

In spite of an overall global economic downturn, the previous edition of DIEMOULD INDIA exhibition achieved a milestone success. The show was inaugurated by Former President of India, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. While giving his keynote address, he highlighted the importance and necessity to grow this vital mother industry, which largely contributes to a successful manufacturing economy of the country.

Owing to the regular participation since inception of leading brands from India and abroad exhibiting their latest proven technologies, incorporating features to improve productivity, quality and reduce costs, the event attracts quality visitors such as CEOs, consultants, decision makers to the exhibition. In the last edition, visitors expressed their satisfaction of finding solutions to their needs at the exhibition. The other advantages of visiting the show are seeing new innovative products and manufacturing process covering the entire supply chain to the tooling industry, browsing through a wide spectrum of products to choose from.

What to expect?

In view of the overwhelming response for DMI 2016, Hall 1 and Hall 2 have been fully booked; hence, additional space was made available in Hall 3A to accommodate further demand.

Moreover, DMI 2016 had an expanded product range and had a focus on various initiatives like:

  • New product range—3D additive manufacturing technology solutions, precision machining, aerospace, injection moulding machine, etc. solutions
  • Buyers Pavilion
  • B2B Meetings
  • Country Pavilions
  • Special Overseas Delegations

With a positive recovery trend in the overall economy and tremendous growth prospects along with the government’s focus on the growth of the manufacturing sector, the Indian Tooling Industry is poised to meet new growth challenges and achieve new heights of success.