Adforum, organizers of the World leading pulp and paper trade fairs PulPaper, SPCI and China Paper are now launching, IPX India, International Paper Exhibition, in association with Inter Ads-Brooks Exhibitions, a joint venture company between Inter Ads Exhibitions, India and Mack Brooks Exhibitions, U.K.
- IPX India is scheduled to be held in December 2012 in Mumbai and with the aim of attracting at least 200 companies for its premier edition, says Rajan Sharma, Director, Inter Ads-Brooks Exhibitions, - Adforum is the world’s leading organizer of exhibitions for the pulp and paper industry and we are excited about the alliance with Adforum and about creating an International level exhibition for the pulp and paper technology industry in India, Rajan Sharma adds.
The first IPX India will be held in Mumbai 13 – 15 December 2012. A high level conference as well as various social activities will also be held concurrently with the exhibition.
- We are very pleased to launch a new pulp and paper exhibition in India with Inter Ads-Brooks Exhibitions as our partner, said Bjorn Delin, CEO Adforum. - We want to expand our portfolio of large international shows and our objective has, since many years, been to launch a new exhibition in India, says Bjorn Delin.
- We believe that IPX India will be a new top quality exhibition and conference allowing Indian and international pulp and paper professionals to network, discuss the latest innovations and do business together. – And Mumbai, as the leading industrial and financial city, is the perfect place to organize a new exhibition for the Indian pulp and paper industry, Bjorn Delin concludes.
The Indian Paper industry is the fastest growing pulp and paper market in the world today. With an estimated turnover of approximately Rupees 150,000 millions (approx. USD 3,400 millions) 2010, the Indian pulp and paper industry is growing on a strong demand base with several expansion plans underway. The demand for newsprint and writing & printing paper is expected to grow with 9 % per year and the total Indian paper production is expected to grow from 9 million tonnes 2010 to 14 million tonnes in 2014. According to many industry experts, India will definitely be one of the most interesting markets for the global pulp and paper industry in the coming years