Thursday, December 19, 2013

CeMAT Press Conference in New Delhi for CeMAT 2014 @ Hannover

CeMAT 2014 : 19 to 23 May in Hannover Germany
A CeMAT Press Conference  in New Delhi for CeMAT 2014 @ Hannover was organised and attended by the media fraternity in New Delhi. Very useful exchanges of ideas of utility were   made in media deliberation.
Wolfgang Pech, Sr Vice President at Deutsche Messe  presented comprehensive global plan of CeMAT. In his presentation of  CeMAT enunciated its vision and global preparedness plan.
He further ticked plan for  Pan India Industries participation of various sectors thus not limiting the B2B classification but moving step forward to bring in best effort of Educational Technological Skill for Indian Company holistically.
New Delhi, Dec 19th 2013: Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt. Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of two of the world’s leading trade fair organizers Deutsche Messe AG, Germany and Fiera Milano, Italy, today announces that CeMAT 2014, world’s largest fair for intralogistics scheduled to happen during May 19-23, 2014 in Hannover, Germany will focus on innovative and energy-saving forklifts and industrial trucks, complex fully automated conveyor systems, shelving and warehousing systems or the latest developments in IT – every section of the Intralogistics industry will be represented at CeMAT in Hannover. On the sidelines of the announcement, it also divulges that the Indian material handling industry will be primarily driven by intralogistics with warehousing and logistics becoming the demand drivers. It is quite visible that there is also a growing demand for forklift vehicles in the fast-growing markets of the BRIC countries and the figure is growing in India too.

With a keynote theme of “Smart – Integrated – Efficient”, a complete range of Industrial trucks, cranes and hoisting gear, access platforms, shelving systems, factory equipment, pallets, containers, loading equipment, as well as complete plant installations will be demonstrated by the manufacturers and sole agencies at the world’s largest fair for intralogistics, CeMAT. Two new display categories – port logistics and transport logistics along with 5 main clusters of displays are being organized this edition that includes Move & Lift, Store & Load, Pick & Pack, Logistics IT and Manage & Service. CeMAT 2014 will also showcase used industrial trucks from the selected dealers during the fair and has placed an added emphasis on topics like port handling systems, retail logistics, bulk goods, packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, hazardous goods and disposal during the display.

Wolfgang Pech, Senior Vice President at Deutsche Messe said, “The intralogistics industry is highly innovative and global in nature and it requires a flagship fair geared to global market needs and demand. CeMAT provides this global platform for generating new business every two years. The show’s new topic clusters and expanded range of innovations will further enhance its status within the intralogistics industry.”

Hoshang Khumbatta, President, SIMHEM  & Executive Vice President, Godrej added, “The Indian material handling industry which currently stands at INR 900 crore market is still small compared to India’s economic growth but has immense potential. And to create awareness about the benefits of using material handling systems, a common platform like SIMHEM is essential to bring together material handling equipment manufacturers, dealers, suppliers, consultants and others associated with this field. The usage of forklifts is gradually increasing in India as well among other nations and a platform like CeMAT which focuses on  used vehicle business is becoming more and more important these days.”

“The MHE industry in India is in its developing stages as compared to the technologically advanced industries of Europe and China. India’s traditional affinity to manual labour is one reason for this; however the end users of the MHE industry are now starting to understand the importance of automation in factories and warehouses which will enable a tectonic shift in the way goods are moved within a facility in the next 4 to 5 years. There is going to be additional need for set up of ports, airports, warehousing and logistic sectors to support the growth of the manufacturing industry and overall economy”, concluded Mehul Shah, Managing Director, HMF India.

About HMFI: Hannover Milano Fairs India Pvt Ltd (HMFI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of two of the world’s leading trade fair organizers Deutsche Messe AG, Germany and Fiera Milano, Italy. HMFI has been representing and promoting international shows in India and bringing world class trade fairs into the Indian market for Indian and international enterprises. WIN India – our flagship industrial trade fair focuses on MDA, Industrial Automation, CeMAT, Industrial Supply and Surface; this is to be held between 17-20 December at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. On the international front we support over 1000 Indian exhibitors to exhibit at leading shows like Hannover Messe, CeBIT, Domotex, EMO, CeMAT in Germany; HOMI, Tuttofood and HOST in Milan, Italy and other trade shows in Turkey, Brazil, China, Russia among others. For further details visit:
About CeMAT: CeMAT – the world’s leading trade fair for intralogistics – is staged in Hannover, Germany. The next CeMAT will be held from 19 to 23 May 2014, and thereafter every two years. The most recent CeMAT (2011) featured more than 1,000 exhibitors from 39 countries and attracted some 53,500 trade visitors from around the world. Half of the exhibitors and a third of the visitors were from outside Germany. CeMAT is now so important to the international logistics industry that its organizer, Deutsche Messe, has taken the CeMAT format to four of the world’s fastest-growing regions: CeMAT INDIA (17 to 20 December 2013 in Delhi),CeMAT RUSSIA (23 to 26 September 2014 in Moscow), CeMAT ASIA (27to 30 October 2014 in Shanghai), and CeMAT SOUTH AMERICA (30 June to 3 July 2015 in Sao Paulo). Deutsche Messe also stages two thematically related events: MATERIALS HANDLING EURASIA (19 to 22 March 2014 in Istanbul) and INTRALOGISTICA ITALIA (19 to 23 May 2015).

Principal Secretary, NVDD summoned to Court today and tomorrow

The new Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Hon⢬e Justice A.N. Khanvilkar, along with Hon⢬e Justice Shantanu Kemkar has been hearing two public interest petitions on the Omkareshwar (OSP) and Indira Sagar Canals (ISP) since yesterday. One of these was filed in March, 2013, on behalf of thousands of canal affected families (CAFs) many of those are already seriously affected by the canal network. This petition raises serious issues of social and environmental impacts, lack of rehabilitation, unnecessary excavation of canals in irrigated villages, severe crop losses etc.  The other petition was filed by one Mr. Virendra Patidar, complaining of slow work, illegalities by the contractor, corruption, impacts of water logging in the 1st Phase of the Omkareshwar Project. 
The Chief Justice questioned the state authorities on the issue of project delay yesterday. There was a dispute over the governmentⳠclaims that 95% of work in the Right Bank Canal (RBC)ࠡnd 80% work in Left Bank Canal (LBC) of Omkareshwar was complete. Since the counsel and Superintending Engineer could not convince the Court, Mr. Rajnish Vaish, Principal Secretary of the Narmada Valley Development Department, was summoned in the Court today and questioned on delay in the project work, status of overall canal works including construction. Referring to the peopleⳠagitation being shown as a ᢡrrier⬠by the state, the CJ asked as to why will people agitate if their issues are solved and demands met within the framework of law. 
Even the Principal Secretary, did not give a complete and correct account of the construction as also compliance on other legal measures including environmental measures and rehabilitation. We questioned the same on the basis of field level reality, upon which the CJ directed him to place his statement on affidavit tomorrow. The CJ also asked the Principal Secretary as to whether there were financial constraints and directed him to consult the Chief Secretary and file an affidavit with details. 
The CJ, expressed an initiative to resolve all the outstanding issues within the framework of law such as non-compliance with the directions of the Supreme Court, recommendations of the Expert Committees of the Union Environment Ministry, lack of rehabilitation, severe crop loss in dozens of villages due to water logging and muck disposal and lack of compensation for the same, lack of dialogue and use of police force on aggrieved farmers etc. The hearing shall continue tomorrow as well in the Court of the Hon⢬e Chief Justice at Indore. Medha Patkar pleaded on behalf of the canal-affected farmers. Adv. Dharmedra Chelawat appeared for the petitioner in the other case, Mr. Virendra Patidar.
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