A scientific gathering of experts from the analysis, laboratory and biotechnology industry was seen at analytica Anacon India 2015 and India Lab Expo 2015, at the Hitex Exhibition Center in Hyderabad, which was inaugurated in the presence of Dr. Akun Sabharwal, Controller of Drugs, State of Telangana who was the Chief Guest. The trade fairs also saw the presence of key dignitaries like Mr. K V Venugopalan, President, Indian Analytical Instruments Association, Mr. Rajkumar Agrawal, Chairman- International Trade Committee, The Federation of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Mr. Y Vidyasagar, Vice-President- Andhra Pradesh Chapter, The Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises.
analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo cover the entire value chain for industrial and research laboratories. This is unique in India and offers an ideal platform for new business and technology exchange for exhibitors and visitors. This year, the two trade fairs together feature more than 250 exhibitors spread across 10,000 square meters exhibition space. The trade fairs will attract more than 8500 visitors from various domains like, Pharmaceutical, Chemical and Petrochemical, Health Care, Food, Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Medical Laboratory, Medicine, Universities, Research Institutes and more. With the attendance of major international and domestic leaders in the sector of analytical instruments, the trade fairs promise to showcase innovative and high quality equipment. The trade fairs also have a huge representation from International players with Country Pavilions from China, Germany and Japan.
Analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo saw the support of associations like Indian Analytical Instruments Association, Indian Chemical Council, The Federation of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Bulk Drug Manufacturers Association, Confederation of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry, Indian Chemical Council, Oil Technologists’ Association of India and SPECTARIS- German Hightech Industry Association who provided details regarding policies that are associated with the industry and how these policies will help to promote India as a potential market.
Another highlight of the trade fairs was the innovative Buyer-Seller meets that was highly appreciated by the participants. Decision makers from the customer community actively participated in these meetings, which led to creation of active business leads in many cases. The participants look forward to a lot more interactions in the next two days, which would also present an opportunity for the buyer and seller community to come closer and understand each others needs.
The participation of leading exhibitors from across the industry reaffirmed the need and focus on Laboratory Technology, Analysis, Biotechnology and Diagnostics. Some of the key exhibitors include Agilent Technologies, Anton Paar India Pvt Ltd, Art Lab Equipments, Borosil Glass Works, Citizen Industries, Cryogen Instruments India Pvt Ltd, Fine Care Corporation, Gassco Laboratory, Goel Scientific Glass, Hindutan Platinum Pvt Ltd, Hiten Techno Products, Hydrocarbon Solutions (India) Pvt Ltd, Indtech Instruments Pvt Ltd, Kitten Enterprises Pvt Ltd, Marsap Services Pvt Ltd, Mettler- Toledo India Pvt Ltd, Pall India Pvt Ltd, Sanbij Impex Pvt Ltd, Sartorius Weighing India, Skytech Systems (I) Pvt Ltd, Smart Labtech Pvt Ltd, Tarsons Products Pvt Ltd, Tensil Labglass Technologies, Toshvin Analytical Pvt Ltd amongst others.
Mr. Bhupinder Singh, Deputy CEO & CMO, MMI India said, “The Indian analytical instrument market including consumables and spares is estimated around 1 Billion Dollars, with an annual growth rate of above 10 percent. It is estimated that this growth will continue for the coming years. analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo provide the scientific industry an opportunity to gather information about the latest innovations that feature these interdisciplinary technologies. During the three day event, visitors will get a chance to witness latest products from the laboratory technology and analytical instruments. For the first time, we have organised a buyer-seller meet at the trade fairs to make it more conducive for enabling trade”
analytica Anacon India and India Lab Expo trade fairs brought analysis, laboratory and biotechnology to the forefront by experts from across the country and leading organizations, whilst discussing global best practices and industry challenges. The trade fairs hosted conferences and workshops which highlighted “Research & Regulations: Challenges for the Pharmaceutical Industry” that touched upon topics like regulatory aspects and analytical technologies in clinical diagnosis. Furthermore, there was a conference on food safety that played a crucial role in this year’s program which focused on the latest testing equipment and the according laboratory technology. They also scheduled a workshop on “How to setup a Laboratory” which highlights the necessary needs to start one’s own laboratory business in India. The trade fairs saw esteemed speakers from across the globe that came on this common platform to share their views on the challenges faced by the industry.