The Indian metals and metallurgy industry has technologically evolved from being simple metal appliances to designer alloys. With the best of technologies in its possession and a rising demand from domestic users, the industry is poised for a big leap forward.

The demand for ferrous and nonferrous metals is also rising with the domestic manufacturing industry recovering from slowdown. According to the World Steel Association, India's prospects are brightening due to low oil prices, the reform momentum and policies to increase infrastructure and manufacturing output. India's steel demand will increase by 5.4 per cent in both 2016 and 2017 reaching 88.3 MT in 2017. Other metal manufacturers such as aluminium are embracing more and newer innovative uses of metals at home and abroad.

India's aluminium demand is projected to go up from 2.85 mmt in 2014-15 to 3.5 mmt by 2017-18. The future of zinc lies in its strong fundamental support, while other base metals such as nickel, tin, select brass and copper have regained positions on the back of a higher demand. Demands are also from ISRO coupled with hiking of import duties are making things better.

Clearly, the horizon for the metals and metallurgy industry is broadening and the Central Government’s “Make in India” vision is fast becoming a reality!

Against this backdrop, CII partnering with the Ministry of Mines and Ministry of Steel, Government of India is organising the third edition of the Metal & Metallurgy Expo – India's Strong Base, Road to Resurgence from 2 – 4 February 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

3rd Metal & Metallurgy Expo 2017 is being organized to facilitate better inter-linkage between the requirements and their delivery mechanism. This will give an opportunity to sectors of industry to proactively engage with each other on the latest innovation, technology and development.




"Rapid development of the metal and metallurgy sector is essential for the Indian economy to fuel its growth in the future. Metal & Metallurgy Expo 2017 is aimed at showcasing the inherent strength and potential of the sector thereby promoting the country in the metal and metallurgy space. This would be an ideal forum to deliberate on the partnerships and synergies that will ignite the next phase of growth for the metal and metallurgy sector".

Mr. T.V. Narendran, Managing Director, Tata Steel Limited



Space rental: Per Sq. Mtr.

Category Member INR Non Member INR Overseas INR
Raw Space-Indoor  8000  8500  270
Raw Space-Outdoor  6000  6500  160
Built Up-Indoor  9000  9500  290

Electricity charges: Per Sq. Mtr.

Category Member Non Member Overseas
Kilowatt (per KW)  3500  3500  80
Built Up (per sq mtr)  400  400  10

*Government of India Taxes, as applicable,will be charged extra.


CEO’s / Decision Makers, Contractors & Consultants, Trade Delegations, Government / PSU Departments, Buyers & Sourcing personnel, Service Industry Providers, Technical Experts, Media- India & Overseas

Focus Sectors: Aircraft Manufacturers, Automotive Component Manufacturers, Electronics, Engineering Services, Equipment Manufacturers, Information Technology, Marine, Offshore, Packaging, Petrochemical, Plastics & Rubber, Power Generation, Printing, Public Utilities, Telecommunication, Transport Component, Tube & Pipe and Various others.

Focus Industries: Building, Construction, Electrical, Electronics Energy & Power, Metallurgy, Mining, Motor & Cycle, Oil & Gas, Ship building & Ship Repair and many more.

Focus Institutions: Trade, Research, Development, Financial, Educational.



For any information on branding and sponsorship opportunities related to the event, pls. get in touch with Mr. Tarun Tapadar at his email -