: IEEMA to hold electronics expo in Noida from Feb 1822 next year #FinanceIndia #StockMarketNEWS IEEMA to hold electronics expo in Noida from Feb 18-22 next year New Delhi, Nov 12 (KNN) Electronics
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IEEMA to hold electronics expo in Noida from Feb 18-22 next year New Delhi, Nov 12 (KNN) Electronics expo ‘Elecrama’ organised by the Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA) will be held from February 18 to 22, 2023, at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida.
Rohit Pathak, president, IEEMA, said, “Elecrama will pave the way for the country to achieve its ambition of becoming a USD 5 trillion economy and Uttar Pradesh GDP to reach USD 1 trillion.”
However, we intend to actively involve and collaborate with players in new energy and new businesses by putting proactive efforts to chase the dream.
As per reports, over 70 countries and 700+ international buyers are expected to participate in the expo. There will be international pavilions from Canada, France, Germany, Romania, Taiwan and UK.
Elecrama will host a series of events and exhibitors under the marquee event viz. World Utility Summit, a focused buyers sellers meet to focus on business and sales.
Pathak further pointed out that through Elecrama we aim to showcase Uttar Pradesh’s strength to engage more deeply with the rest of the world.
“We will be focusing on connecting the equipment manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers to the key decision makers and end customers like utilities, EPCs, private power producers and adding our MSME units to global value chains,” he said.
Hamza Arsiwala, president-elect, IEEMA said, “We believe that improving the financial and operational performances of UP’s distribution companies (Discoms) is the key to transforming UP’s electricity sector.”
“IEEMA members can play an important role here by sharing experience of privatisation, providing technological solutions for decreasing AT&C losses,”Arsiwala added.
Vinamra Agarwal, chairman, IEEMA Northern Region, said, “UP is undergoing a paradigm change in the power sector that is propelling electricity as the dominant type of energy. As a key stakeholder, we believe we will contribute to enhancing the financial and operational performance of UP’s distribution businesses, thereby assisting in the transformation of the electric sector.” (KNN Bureau)