A three-day international exhibition on Minerals, Metals and Metallurgy Materials (MMMM) 2016 attracted exhibitors and visitors from around the world here.
There was keen interest among foreign visitors who wanted to be part of the Indian steel industry’s growth story. The Indian steel industry has touched new heights riding high on the resurgent economy and rising demand. India is world’s third-largest producer of crude steel and is expected to become the second-largest producer by the end of this year. The 11th edition of the Minerals, Metals, Metallurgy and Materials (MMMM) exhibition organized in the nationalcapital drew huge attention. Co-sponsored by eight ministries of the Central Government, the exhibition attracted about 300 exhibitors and 15,000 trade visitors from around 35 countries. “It is the 11th edition and this time the number of visitor’s footfall is 25% higher than the last time. We are expecting even more. There are more participating countries this time. The overall atmosphere is more positive this time and the major reason is that the metal industry is picking-up” said Udo Paul Schuertzman, organizer, International Trade Exhibitions India Pvt. Ltd.