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INDIA’S STRONG BASE, ROAD TO RESURGENCE!

The Metal & Metallurgy Industry is one of India’s foothold not only for manufacturing sector but also for the country’s economy as a whole. A whole range of Industries such as automobiles & components, electrical appliance & products, infrastructure, building & construction, power, agriculture, telecom, railways, aviation, engineering, oil and gas, defence, R&D, transport and many more are directly dependent on it.

India holds a fair advantage in cost of production and conversion costs in steel and alumina. Its strategic location enables convenient exports to develop as well as the fast-developing Asian markets.

India produces 95 minerals– 4 fuel-related minerals, 10 metallic minerals, 23 non-metallic minerals, 3 atomic minerals and 55 minor minerals (including building and other minerals).

Rise in infrastructure development and automotive production are driving growth in the sector. Power and cement industries are also aiding growth in the metals sector. Demand for iron and steel is set to continue, given the strong growth expectations for the residential and commercial building industry.

India ranks 4th in terms of iron ore production globally. In FY18, production of iron ore stood at 210 million tonnes. India has around 8 per cent of world’s deposits of iron ore.

India stood as the third largest crude steel producer with output of 101.4 million tonnes in 2017. Crude steel production in the country rose to 102.34 million tonnes in FY18. Aluminium production stood at 1.60 million metric tonnes during Apr-Sept 2017 and is forecasted to grow to 3.33 million tonnes in FY20.

Under the Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act of 1957, FDI upto 100% under Automatic route is allowed for the mining and exploration of metal and non- metal ores including diamond, gold, silver and precious ores,The Government of India is taking steps boost the country's domestic steel sector and raise its capacity to 300 million tonnes (MT) by 2030-31.

Infrastructure projects continue to provide lucrative business opportunities for steel, zinc and aluminium producers. Aluminium production is forecasted to grow to 3.33 million metric tonnes by FY20.

 

METAL & METALLURGY EXPO 2019

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organizing the 4th Edition of Metal and Metallurgy Expo 2019–An International Exhibition and Conference to be held from 3-5 February, 2019 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The exhibition with a focus on the latest development in metal and metallurgical industry will be an excellent platform for the Indian and international companies to showcase their state-of-the-art products and services.



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PARTICIPATION COST
SPACE RENTALS
CATEGORY CII-MEMBER RATE
(INR) PER SQM
NON-MEMBER RATE
(INR) PER SQM
OVERSEAS EXHIBITOR RATE
(USD) PER SQM
Indoor Row Space 8,000 8,500 270
Outdoor Row Space 6,000 6,500 160
Built-up Indoor 9,000 9,500 290

ELECTRICITY CHARGES
CATEGORY CII-MEMBER RATE NON-MEMBER RATE) OVERSEAS EXHIBITOR RATE
Kilowatt (rate Per Kw) 3,500 3,500 80
Built-up (rate Per Sqm) 400 400 10
*Government of India Taxes, as applicable,will be charged extra.