Rising Opportunities in India

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The concrete show in Mumbai, India is fast approaching, and it seems as though it's the perfect time considering the prosperity that is predicted for the economy. India has been steadily increasing its growth in infrastructure building, and along with it, the concrete industry is seeing excellent opportunities. The govenrment is leaning towards investments in the infrastructure and construction industry, which is promising for the upcoming concrete show! It is expected that the show will exhibit many noteworthy technology advances and new projects due to the rise in prosperity of the industry, which should draw and impressive crowd and cause the event to be a success!

The Concrete Show has been operating since 2012 and has been India's only trade show completely dedicated to the concrete industry on its own, excluding other construction markets. Every year, a wide range of exhibitors attend the event from all different sectors such as Roads and Bridges to university institutions looking for new prodcuts to aid them in their research. This event is very much comparable to the North American, World of Concrete trade show held in Las Vegas this year. It's a fairly new trade show, but has been successful from the beginning and has high hopes for the industry this country, with exhibitors traveling from across the globe to appeal to India's fresh market.

Giatec is looking forward to hearing about what new products are being offered to the market and reading up on the event from the other side of the world.

Sources: PR Newswire, Concrete Show Homepage

About Sarah McGuire

Senior Director SmartRock Plus Division at Giatec | Smart Concrete Testing Technologies. Passionate about concrete and bringing Giatec's revolutionary technology to the industry for all to benefit from.Giatec Scientific Inc., is revolutionizing the construction industry by bringing smart concrete testing technologies and real-time data collection to the forefront of every jobsite. We are bringing long-overdue change to a conservative industry by addressing the current challenges in concrete testing, analysis, design, and production.