News • 13.03.2020

10th anniversary of India Warehousing Show

Exhibition at new location with modern halls

A guy showing a machine to two men
Source: India Warehousing Show

Over the years, India Warehousing Show has been the focal point of industry leaders, key experts, live-demonstration, product launches from all facets of logistics, warehouse infrastructure, material handling, storage, automation and supply chain. The panorama of the India Warehousing Show has significantly increased in the last decade. 

The show was launched in 2011 with 125 exhibitors participating and attended by 6700 trade visitors, has now evolved into a glorified platform for warehousing and logistics industry. The 2019 edition of the India Warehousing Show witnessed display of technological advancements in solutions, products along with value-added services put forth by 259 exhibitors and attended by 12293 trade visitors from all over the globe. From product unveiling to knowledge sharing sessions, India Warehousing Show has been an ideal marketplace and driver of innovation and success together creating a perfect platform for conducting business as well as positioning brands at the forefront of success. 

Dynamic platform in new halls

India Warehousing Show is scheduled from 18-20 June, 2020 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The most coveted warehousing show in the country is going to get bigger, better and captivating with new and modern halls. The newly built venue is an amalgamation of the past and future with better amenities such as huge seating capacity, parking space, food courts and advanced business centres. 

With 20,000 SQM of exhibition space, over 350 exhibitors and more than 15,000 trade visitors, India Warehousing Show will create a dynamic platform to unblock numerous business opportunities, meet key buyers, carry out market research and expand businesses in a growing market. For international exhibitors, India Warehousing Show is India’s premier trade show to find local agents and distributors and enhance their brand reach in the Indian market.

Growing show

Anuj Mathur, COO of Reed Exhibitions India and board member of Reed Manch Exhibitions commented: “The Indian warehousing and logistics industry has been showing tremendous growth and promises to grow further with investments pouring in. We need trade shows to facilitate further growth in these sectors. The 2020 edition of India Warehousing Show will mark ten successful years of the show, offering a quintessential platform to industry stakeholders to showcase their latest products, innovative technologies and value added services covering the entire value chain of warehousing and logistics.” 

Reasons to participate

There are a slew of reasons to participate at this most important marketplace for warehousing and logistics professionals, however, this edition brings more to the show floor with four new show features: VIP referral program, Buyer wish list, Buyer’s hotspot and Capital funding zone facilitating agendas like building strong business relationships, meeting prospective buyers and closing lucrative deals.

Additionally, for both exhibitors and visitors, there is a special online matchmaking tool-GoConnect, which helps them to connect and go. This complementary online tool offers both, a unique opportunity to pre-fix their meetings with each other prior to the exhibition. This tool helps them to save time at the venue and use GoConnect to conduct these business meetings during the exhibition.

Furthermore, there will be open floor workshops yielding an opportunity to learn about the new trends in the logistics and supply chain along with India Warehousing Summit conference acting as knowledge sharing forum where industry leaders will congregate to discuss trends, challenges and innovations in the warehousing and logistics sector.

Source: RELX Group India / Reed Exhibitions India

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