Hyderabad: The three-day Industrial & Engg Expo (Indexpo) is to be held at Hitex from 8th to 10th September with the future of the manufacturing industry.
Organized by Indore Infoline, it is their 7th edition.
It is supported by the MSME Ministry, NSIC Cherlapally Industries Association, and other trade associations.
It allows industry professionals and enthusiasts to explore the latest advancements and trends in the manufacturing industry.
The future of industrial engineering is designing and manufacturing more flexible, connected, and adaptable machines, said Mr. Raj Kumar Agrawal, MD of Indore Infoline, the organizer of the expo in a press note issued in the city.
The Indexpo aims to bring together leading players, manufacturers, suppliers’ experts, and innovators from the industrial manufacturing and service sector under one roof.
The event is set to be a hub of knowledge-sharing, networking, and business growth.
150+ Exhibitors are expected to showcase 20,000+ Products on Display like Hand Tools, Machine Tools, Robotics, industrial automation, solar power plants, electricals and electronics, safety products, and many other industry-specific products said Rajkumar Agrawal, Managing Director, Indore Infoline Pvt Ltd.
It will be formally opened on 8th September. The entry to Indexpo is Free. It is open from 11 am to 6 pm on all 3 Days.
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