Pre event report India: Powder & Bulk Solids India 2016

Author / Editor: Kruti Bharadva, Vogel Business Media India / Susanne Hertenberger

Powder & Bulk Solids India 2016, through its focused exhibition and knowledge based workshops and conferences, aims at showcasing the importance of the Indian market in the global field.

A jam packed session at the last edition of Powder & Bulk Solids India.
A jam packed session at the last edition of Powder & Bulk Solids India.
(Source: Nuernberg Messe India Pvt Ltd)

The rapid growth of the industrial and construction sectors in emerging markets is expected to be a major contributing factor towards the global bulk material handling products and technologies market. India is proof of this with its increased industrial automation and increase in mass production methodology and assembly line concepts.

The exhibition and conference Powder & Bulk Solids India will give both national and international companies a platform to come together and harness business opportunities via its strong knowledge based conferences, workshops and exhibition. The event, in its 6th edition now, is jointly organised by Nürnberg Messe and Vogel Business Media and will take place at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai.


An emphasis on knowledge sharing

Apart from providing companies with the right platform to showcase their products, Powder & Bulk Solids India is also designed to bring together industry experts and academic institutions via a series of high quality presentations and technical workshop. The theme of the workshop and conferences this year is ‘Achieving high performance for powder and bulk solids in resonance with nature’, and will encompass a broad spectrum of scientific papers to application related presentations.

The last edition of the conference and workshop sessions included top class workshops held by Prof Avi Levy, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ben Gurion University of the Negav, Israel; Prof Yutaka Tsuji – Prof Emeritus at Osaka University, Japan; Dr Mark Jones, Professor, The University of Newcastle, Australia; Stefan Penno, Rembe GmbH, Germany; Dr Craig Wheeler, Professor, The University of Newcastle, Australia; and Dr VK Agarwal, Professor, IIT Delhi & Conference Board member, Powder & Bulk Solids India. This year’s lineup is no less impressive with not only repeat speakers but a host of new ones as well.

A networking platform

“We have been associated with Powder & Bulk Solids India since its inception and it has been a great opportunity to build contacts and network with new clients. It also helps us grow through learning from the technologies of other exhibiting companies,” commented Assistant Manager – Marketing, FLSmidth, Babitha Santoshat the last edition of the event.

With a plethora of knowledge and technologies being offered under one roof, the event becomes a very focused networking platform for the material handling industry. “The global competition has forced the industry to look for optimum solutions in terms of both technology and pricing. Powder & Bulk Solids India 2016 will offer high quality presentations, solution oriented developments, networking opportunities and knowledge acquisition. Several new workshops are planned based on the feedback from the participants,” explains Chairman – Conference Board, BV Sambashivan, who is retired from Tata Consulting Engineers. We wish all the exhibitors, participants and visitors a very successful show.

@Powder & Bulk Solids India

  • Strategy for improving performance of industrial mills
  • Lean materials handling using IBCs for food & pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • The development, operating, and measurement protocols for an automated
  • Uniaxial Tester
  • Reducing uncertainty in pipe conveyor design with Belt Testing
  • Blending of coal in power stations
  • Fundamentals of DEM and DEM-CFD
  • Transportation and disposal of ash in thermal power stations burning high sulphur coal
  • Strategic selection of new material handling technology for cement plant design
  • Higher safety standards by using constructive explosion protection

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