glasspex INDIA was postponed to September 2023.
In view of the impending uncertainty during these pandemic times glasspex INDIA has been postponed to 14-16 September 2023.
GLASSPEX India will offer international companies the ideal platform for a targeted presentation to the Indian glass market - meeting new business partners and establishing networking opportunities. In this framework the the Indian glass industry will also benefit from the expertise, competence and experience that Messe Düsseldorf has built up over the decades in staging glasstec as a leading worldwide trade fair for the industry.
India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The growth in its population and higher standard of living are driving forward in particular the subcontinent’s construction and automobile sector, while the demand for consumer goods is also rising. In all these areas the material glass plays a superior role, for example as a modern construction material in architecture, as packaging material for foodstuffs and pharmaceutical products, as vehicle glass or the basis for displays and communication cables in the electronics industry.
- More than 130 exhibitors from 16 countries
- National pavilions from Germany and India
- More than 4,150 visitors from India and abroad
The Glass events –glasspex India, glasspro India, fenestrationpro India have been rescheduled to 03 -05 March 2022
In view of the impending uncertainty during these pandemic times, Messe Düsseldorf India has decided to reschedule the combined events of glasspex India, glasspro India and fenestrationpro India. The event which was originally scheduled from 23 -25 September 2021 at Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, is now scheduled for 03 -05 March 2022, at the same venue.
Thomas Schlitt, Managing Director, Messe Düsseldorf India, states: "Our objective remains to support the economic recovery by providing a leading platform for conducting businesses safely and effectively at our trade fairs. But the recent development in the pandemic situation does not allow a reliable planning for our trade fairs in India for the next few months. These circumstances make it impossible to hold the Glass Events in India for September 2021. The decision to reschedule the fairs to March 2022 was taken after careful evaluation of the situation together with our partners and key stakeholders."
With this decision, Messe Düsseldorf India is taking into account its obligations towards its partners of the glass industry in India and world-wide. The postponement to a later date will ensure that the event will continue to play its leading role in bringing the global industry stakeholders together once again.
"We trust that by 2022 the international travel restrictions will be lifted and we will again see a large international participation given the international nature of our events. We are grateful to all our partners for their continued support in these unprecedented times. We stay committed and will take every possible measure in supporting and creating resilient businesses at India’s leading industry event catering to the glass fraternity" he adds