Rajoo Goel, Secretary General ELCINA and Nobert Bargmann, Deputy CEO, Messe Muenchen GmbH, inaugurating Electronic India and Productronica India 2012 on September 11 2012 in Bangalore, India,
Electronica & Productronica trade shows open in Bangalore

Bengalore September 11: More than 315 Exhibitors representing around 900 companies from 25 countries are participating in Electronic India and Productronica India 2012, a three day combo event at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre today.These include country pavilions from Germany, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, Hong Kong, China etc. Inauguurating the exhibition, Norbert Bargmann, Deputy CEO, Messe Muenchen GmbH said, “India could be the next global hub for innovations in the electronics Sector. The future of Electronic manufacturing could come with the Made in India tag.”
Added Rajoo Goel, Secretary General, Electronics Industries Associaton of India (ELCINA) “India imported more than $40 billion worth electronic products last year and it is also projected that Indian electronic bill would exceed the import oil bill by 2017-2018. Industry has been working closely with the Government to create policies to overcome this and emphasize on the need for electronics manufacturing in India. An event like this helps create a platform for International and Indian companies to work together.”

Electronica India and Productronica India 2012 are sponsored by the Department of Electronics and IT , Government of India and supported by other major industry associations like Consortium of Electronics Industries of Karnataka (CLIK), Electronics Industries Association of Andhara Pradesh, Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) and ELCINA.
 The Messe München International network of which the event is a cokmponent, includes the world’s leading trade fairs electronica and productronica, as well as hybridica in Munich and leading regional events in Brazil (São Paulo), China (Shanghai and Hong Kong) and India (Bangalore / New Delhi).