India’s biggest exhibition for the Aluminium Die Casting Industry, ALUCAST 2018, is scheduled to take place from the 6th-8th December at IEML, Greater Noida, U.P. (DELHI-NCR).
The last edition of the exhibition concluded successfully at the Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre, Bengaluru on the 3rd of December, 2016. More than 125 exhibitors presented their latest products and technologies. The event saw participation from countries including China, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan and Italy. The Exhibition & Conference was organised by The Aluminium Casters’ Association of India and the event was produced by NürnbergMesse India.ABOUT ALUCAST
We welcome you to the 8th edition of ALUCAST. India is being increasingly seen both as a manufacturing and sourcing hub for automotive giants, there is an enormous growth potential for the domestic market and plenty of opportunities for international companies looking at India. As an association we strive to provide a global forum for Indian casting producers on matters of common concern and interest. With the upcoming edition of ALUCAST and our association with NürnbergMesse we hope to achieve this. We are optimistic about the scope and future of the Indian Die-Casting Industry.
Mr. Prasan Firodia
We are glad to be associated with ALUCAST 2018. We as NürnbergMesse are one of the world’s leading exhibition organisers and are present in India with their own subsidiary. For ALUCAST 2018, we will bring our domain knowledge & network from EUROGUSS –International Trade Fair for Die Casting The spectrum of products and services shown by the participating companies and institutions is supplemented with additional information and networking opportunities at the conference – a perfect combination.
Ms. Sonia Prashar
The International Conference and Exhibition- ALUCAST is India’s biggest platform for the Aluminium Castings Industry, which is held every alternate year. The 8th edition of the event will take place from 6 - 8, December, 2018 IEML, Greater Noida, U.P. (Delhi – NCR), India. This biennial event had emerged as the convergence for numerous stakeholders across the aluminium industry. The accompanying training programmes and high level conferences evoke a great deal of interest. Over the past decade, the Indian Die Casting industry has seen modernization and increasing production capacities. The industry has grown phenomenally and is touted as the global supply hub for all auto giants. This puts the industry in an enviable position of quantum growth in the coming years.