EDB utilizing Hannover Messe to expand export market

Islamabad

Engineering Development Board (EDB) is all set to participate in the Hannover Messe 2017 scheduled from April 24 to 27 in Germany to explore and expand export market for Pakistani engineering products.
The board has registered exhibitors and delegates from prominent engineering industry of the country to participate in this industrial technology show, where almost 6,500 international exhibitors are participating every year, the sources said.
Pakistan’s Pavilion is being setup in the industrial supply category where the product showcase for innovative sub-contracting will take place.
The engineering product that would be showcased at Pakistan’s Pavilion would include auto parts and components, tractors, agriculture farm machinery parts and components.
In addition, electrical pumps, motors and fans, diesel engines, low and high pressure compressors, towing parts, rubber hoses, industrial rubber products, plastic injection moulded parts and precision engineering components would be put on display.
The sources said that cast and machined parts, forged and machined steel components, transmission parts, fabrications, heat blowers condensers, batteries would also be put on display at the Pakistani pavilion.
“The objective of this participation primarily is to look for new markets for Pakistan’s value added engineering products besides giving an exposure of high quality production technologies and international norms and standards to our business community,” the sources added.
The sources said that the EDB revived this event in 2016 after a break of six years, adding the participants received an overwhelming response and generated quality leads.
Following the event, the sources added many industries received export orders from all over the world.
This year’s participation is a continuation of the previous event and is expected to bring home much more in the form of joint ventures and collaborations with substantial businesses operating across the globe, they added.—APP

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