IFAT Delhi to showcase opportunities to assess global environmental contributions across the globe

Delhi, January, 2020: IFAT Delhi 2020 the three day (29th to 31st January 2020) trade fair hosted by Messe Muenchen India, commenced today at the India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. The Trade fair was inaugurated by Shri. Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change; Shri. Raj Kumar Singh, Minister Ministry of New and Renewable Energy;
For the first time IFAT Delhi 2020- North India´s Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Solid Waste and Recycling will take place alongside World Sustainable Development Summit 2020 organized by The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) and will aim to establish a strong & comprehensive platform for the environmental sector in the north of India. IFAT Delhi will provide the ideal platform for WSDS 2020 to bring together policymakers, government agencies, local administration and industry consumers to interact, network and seek solutions for the current environmental challenges. WSDS is the annual flagship event of TERI which has brought together 47 heads of state and government, 13 Nobel laureates, ministers from 64 countries, 1700 business leaders, 1900 speakers and over 13,000 delegates from across the world
IFAT Delhi is a leading trade fair for Water, Sewage, Sold Waste and Recycling. Due to its high population density and its expansive economic policy, India has immense potential for environmental technologies and waste management. Scarce water resources, rapid industrialization, extensive agriculture and enormous waste volumes pose a great challenge to the country.
IFAT Delhi 2020 hosted over 45 exhibitors from 10 countries. Among them are market leaders like Endress Hauser (India) Pvt. Ltd., HP Composites LLP, WEIMA Maschinenbau GmbH, WEIMA Maschinenbau GmbH, Sarvo Technologies Limited, Micro Transmission Systems, SIDSA Environmental Pvt. Ltd, HP Composites LLP and many more
Mr. Bhupinder Singh, CEO of Messe München India, commented, “With growing environmental crisis, it is crucial to take definitive measures on a larger scale. With IFAT Delhi, we bring the latest innovations in the sector to India’s capital city. Our association with TERI for WSDW is a conclusive step towards environmental progression through sustainable measures, and a lucrative opportunity to engage with upcoming green technologies showcased at the trade fair.”
About IFAT India
IFAT India is India’s leading environmental technology trade fair for the segments water, sewage, solid waste and recycling. With an exhibition space of around 8,100 square meters, the last edition saw 184 exhibitors from 18 countries and 6,765 visitors from 35 countries.
IFAT worldwide
Messe München´s competence in organizing environmental-technology events is demonstrated not only in the world´s leading trade fair for the sector, IFAT, but also in a range of other international trade exhibitions around the world. The spectrum encompasses IFAT Africa in Johannesburg, IFAT Eurasia in Istanbul, IFAT India in Mumbai, and IE expo in Shanghai. With IE expo Guangzhou there is now also a regional edition of the trade fair, focusing on the market in South China.
Messe München
Messe München is one of the leading exhibition organizers worldwide with more than 50 of its own trade shows for capital goods, consumer goods and new technologies. Every year, a total of over 50,000 exhibitors and around three million visitors take part in more than 200 events at the exhibition center in Munich, at the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München and the MOC Veranstaltungscenter München as well as abroad. Together with its subsidiary companies, Messe München organizes trade shows in China, India, Brazil, Russia, Turkey, South Africa, Nigeria, Vietnam and Iran. With a network of associated companies in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America as well as around 70 representations abroad for over 100 countries, Messe München has a global presence.

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