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Textile Industry - Future Scenario at UDYOG 2008
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Jan '08
Udyog 2008 will be the largest business exposition in the region, with the participation of about 500 exhibitors from all over India & foreign exhibitors from China, S. Korea, Netherlands, Taiwan, UK & Germany. We expect about 50000 business visitors and delegation from all over India & abroad

- Location: Vanita Vishram Ground, Surat.
- Date: 4th January 2008 to 8th January 2008

Udyog 2008 Exhibition - Overview:
- The Largest Business Exposition in the Region
- An Excellent opportunity to meet new challenges
- Udyog 2008 is supported by key industry players and leading industry association
- With Participation of about 500 Exhibitors from all over India & Foreign exhibitors from China, S. Korea, Netherland, Taiwan, UK & Germany.
- Expect about 50000 business visitors and delegation from all over India & abroad during five days.

Incredible Business Opportunities:
- To Demonstrate capabilities in the fields of Design, Engineering, Equipment and supplies & Support services to large projects.
- To showcase the product range
- To launch new products & generate new business
- To look for Alliances, Agencies & Distributors
- To establish corporate presence

Exhibit Profile:
- Government Sectors - Chemical Industries
- Corporate Sectors - Safety Products and Equipments
- Textile Machinery - Automobiles
- Textile Ancillary Products - IT & Communications
- Engineering & Machinery - Services


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