Anyone wanting to reach the medical engineering market in India – one of the most promising in the world – will find that the MEDICAL FAIR INDIA is an absolute must, as it is a leading trade fair which has been well established for many years now. The trade show takes place year on year, alternating between Mumbai and New Delhi, and the latest event attracted over 10,000 visitors and 500 exhibitors from more than 20 countries. The MEDICAL FAIR INDIA 2017 will be held at the Pragati Exhibition Centre in New Delhi from 6 to 8 April. As before, it is likely to achieve similar figures at a very high level. The attractiveness of the event will be further enhanced by the simultaneous CLIN LAB INDIA.
Celebrating its première, CLIN LAB INDIA will be an integral part of the programme at MEDICAL FAIR INDIA – a conference accompanied by an exhibition (in Hall 9) and organised by Scherago International in collaboration with the Messe Düsseldorf Group. Well-known speakers from science, clinical practice and business will give talks on current trends in medical laboratory research. They will include James H. Nichols, Professor of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville (USA). The main emphasis will be on point-of-care testing, molecular diagnostics and clinical chemistry. The exhibition space at CLIN LAB INDIA will be occupied, among others, by companies such as Mindray, Randox and SMC Pneumatics.
One major international growth market is considered to be in-vitro diagnostics applications, estimated to comprise a global volume of nearly $60 billion. (Source: Boston Biomedical Consultants and Verband der Diagnostica-Industrie Deutschland).
Where topics are concerned, the MEDICAL FAIR INDIA (in Halls 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 12a) will feature not only medical laboratories, but also medical
devices and engineering, technology, equipment and furnishings for hospitals and health centres as well as mobile health solutions and health IT, two areas which are currently attracting considerable attention throughout the world.
The main target group will be decision-makers in the medical field (e.g. doctors and healthcare professionals) as well as senior management at hospitals. However, it should also be of interest to architects, building planners, management consultants and those in research and development, as was impressively confirmed by the steady increase in visitors over the past few years. The last event alone attracted over 10,000 visitors in all.