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About the Exhibition

ELMIA Subcontracting is northern Europe’s leading trade fair for the manufacturing industry’s suppliers and their customers. This is a true specialist fair for product development and purchas- ing. Here one can see innovations and ingenious solutions, tomorrow’s engineering designs, smart materials and exciting products. The fair’s four days are filled with new encounters, new discussions, new inspiration.

Elmia Subcontractors in Jönköping, Sweden, is a good opportunity to get an overview of the industry. Being the leading tradeshow of its kind it attracts “everyone” connected to the Swedish subcontracting industry. The exhibitors are keen to display their product news and innovation making the fair an excellent way of discovering trends and get inspiration for new solutions.

Subcontractors are the backbone of Sweden’s manufacturing industry. Without them, development and production would grind to a halt in many sectors. Elmia Subcontractor brings as many as 1,200 of these companies from 30 countries together and unique conditions are created for business development and profitable deals.

The exhibitors at Elmia Subcontractor represent every man- ufacturing segment at the subcontracting level. The fair brings together world-class knowledge and expertise. It is also the arena for the very latest developments.

Buyers, technical designers, business leaders and politicians all visit Elmia Subcontractor to find solutions for their visions, and to gain an insight into Sweden’s most exciting basic industry.

Last year 15 000 visitors and about 1,200 exhibiting companies gathered in the exhibition halls. Quite simply, it’s a huge melt- ing-pot for future business.

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The Swedish market

Volvo, ABB, Ericsson, Atlas Copco, Scania, SKF. These are just some of the big Swedish companies that are constantly on the lookout for new subcontractors.

A highly developed industrial nation with a focus on modern high-tech manufacturing. That is Sweden. Major sectors include the automotive, cleantech, information and communication technology (ICT), telecom, life science, materials technology and mining industries. Other highly advanced sectors of interest are construction vehicles and forest machines.

Sweden is one of only a few European countries to possess the entire value chain in automotive manufacturing – from suppliers of small components to OEM companies and the vehicle manufacturers Scania, Volvo Cars, Volvo Trucks and Volvo Buses.

The various segments of the automotive industry have a great need for suppliers. Here, as in the rest of the Swedish industrial sector, many companies place a high value on being close to their suppliers. In 2012, 84 percent of Sweden’s total imports came from the rest of Europe (SEK 926 billion). The import of engineering products represented just under half of that value, SEK 444 billion.

Swedish companies are known to be easy to work with. The nation’s business climate is modern and open, and Swedish companies generally have a high level of expertise, efficient work routines and extensive experience of international cooperation.

Thanks to good collaboration between academic research and industry, Sweden is one of the world’s most innovative countries. Ingenious Swedish products that have had a huge global impact include the ball bearing, the zipper, dynamite, the adjustable spanner, the pacemaker and Bluetooth.

At the heart of Sweden’s furniture region

Elmia is located at the heart of one of Europe’s leading furniture regions. It is a region whose reputation for good design and high level of innovation stretches far beyond Sweden’s borders. The majority of Sweden’s population lives within a 350-kilometre radius, and visitors can access the fair quickly and easily by car, train or plane. Talk about a strategic display location!

Concurrent events

Subcontractor Connect Match-making
-Subcontractor Connect is the arena for meetings between buyers and suppliers from all of Europe. Through short, effective and individually adapted business meetings during the fair, you can build the foundation for tomorrow’s valuable business deals.

Subcontractor InnoDex
-Focuses on innovation and product development
-Subcontractor InnoDex is the new forum for the industry’s product developers, design engineers and designers. It will feature exhibitions and lectures about new materials, innovative products and technologies, and creative processes.

Interior Competence & Components
-A dedicated arena for suppliers to the furniture and interior design industry at Elmia Subcontractor!
-ICC is an attractive area at the trade fair that showcases suppliers’ unique expertise and smart components. It offers innovative ideas and cutting-edge expertise of great value to purchasers both in the interior design sector and the industry as a whole.

    • Manufacturing Methods

      Casting, Forging, Joining, Machining, Surface Treatment, Electric & Electronics Production

    • Products & Components

      Bearings, Electro-mechanics, Electronics, Fasteners, Washers, Filters, Fittings, Locks, Glues, Hoses, Hydraulics/ Pneumatics, Internet of Things, Machine Components, Magnets, Optics, Packaging, Plugs, Seals, Springs, Tapes

    • Tools & Fixtures

      for cutting & processing metallic materials, injection moulding tools, powder technology, prototypes; tools for casting, cutting, forging, punching, pressing and plastic deformation.

    • Material, Raw-material and Semi-finished products

      Coating, Copper & red metals, Glass, Iron & Steel castings, Light & other metals, Natural material, Hybrids, Composites, Polymers, Plastics & Rubber, Powder Metals & Ceramics, Precious metals, Steel, Textile material & technical textile, Wood & wood fibres

    • Design & Development

      CAD, CAM Documentation, Methods, Analysis, Simulations

    • Organisation, Services, Maintenance and Management
    • Manufacturing Methods

      Casting, Forging, Joining, Machining, Surface Treatment, Electric & Electronics Production

    • Products & Components

      Bearings, Electro-mechanics, Electronics, Fasteners, Washers, Filters, Fittings, Locks, Glues, Hoses, Hydraulics/ Pneumatics, Internet of Things, Machine Components, Magnets, Optics, Packaging, Plugs, Seals, Springs, Tapes

    • Tools & Fixtures

      for cutting & processing metallic materials, injection moulding tools, powder technology, prototypes; tools for casting, cutting, forging, punching, pressing and plastic deformation.

    • Material, Raw-material and Semi-finished products

      Coating, Copper & red metals, Glass, Iron & Steel castings, Light & other metals, Natural material, Hybrids, Composites, Polymers, Plastics & Rubber, Powder Metals & Ceramics, Precious metals, Steel, Textile material & technical textile, Wood & wood fibres

    • Design & Development

      CAD, CAM Documentation, Methods, Analysis, Simulations

    • Organisation, Services, Maintenance and Management
participation

Participation Charges

One side open (built-up booth): Rs. 17000 per sqm. (booth size 9 sqm)

10% extra for two sides open booth (subject to availability)

For any further information, please contact

  • Mr. C. H. Nadiger
  • cnadiger@eepcindia.net
  • 9444727559

Booth Display

Participation charges for a 9 sqm. booth includes the following services:
*Members will be informed of the final details of booth display in due course.
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13 – 16 November 2018

Elmiavägen 15, SE-554 54 JÖNKÖPING, Sweden

Jonkoping as a Location

Jönköping is easily accessible! As much as 85% of the Swedish population live within a 350 km radius.

By car

The E4 European Highway passes directly by our facility and offers fast communications by road.

By train

With just one change you can travel here by rail from Stockholm in 3.5 hours, from Malmö in 2.5 hours or from Göteborg in 2 hours.

By air

Jönköping Airport is only 15 minutes by car from the fairgrounds. There are a number of daily departures to Stockholm (Arlanda). Jönköping Airport also has a route to Frankfurt so Jönköping can be accessed from anywhere in the world with only one stop.

Full payment is to be made by

Demand draft favouring “EEPC INDIA

along with the duly filled-up Application Form

OR

Pay through RTGS/NEFT in INR as per the following details

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Account No. :    00142090000452
Account Name :    EEPC INDIA
NEFT Code :    HDFC0000014

You can also make payment online through the following Payment Gateways :

  1. 1. Atom
  2. 2. Billdesk

Submission of application

Interested firms are requested to fill in the online Application Form at the following link.

https://app.eepcindia.org/ems/exhibitors/exhibitor_application_form/Nzc

Please go through the
"Mode of Payment"
section of this Circular for payment details.

Selection criteria

Since limited space is available, selection of
participation will be done strictly
on

first-come

first-served basis

Cancellation of participation

Kindly note that no request for cancellation and / or refund / adjustment shall be accepted by EEPC India on submission of online form.

Benefit to the member-exporters

  • EEPC India is organizing this event under the MAI Scheme of Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. The rates mentioned above are subsidized in comparison with the normal rates offered by the Fair Authorities.

Sweden's Economic Outlook

A $521.7 billion economy with around 9.9 million population; is located in a strategic position in Northern Europe bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, Kattegat, and Skagerrak, between Finland and Norway. GDP grew at an estimated 3.3% in 2016 and 2017 driven principally by investment in the construction sector. GDP is expected to grow in FY18, due to ease in investment subsidies. Global economic growth further helped in boosting exports of the domestic manufacturing sector thus driving the domestic economic growth. Moreover, the country’s competitiveness is supported by slightly growing prices and wages.

Sweden has a budget surplus of 0.9% of GDP in 2017. Also, Sweden enjoys a current account surplus of about 5% of GDP, which is one of the highest margins in Europe. External Debt amounts to $939.9 billion in 2016. The foreign direct investment in the country amounts to the magnitude of $405.1 billion in 2017. There are deflationary pressures observed by the central bank and is thus expected to maintain an expansionary monetary policy.

The major export commodities are machinery, motor vehicles, paper products, pulp and wood, iron and steel products, chemicals whereas the import commodities being machinery, petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, motor vehicles, iron and steel; foodstuffs, clothing.

India-Sweden bilateral trade relations

India and Sweden's mutual economic interests is the driver of their growing relationship. The bilateral trade between the countries have crossed US $ 1.9 billion in 2016-17. Most of the major Swedish companies have entered India and in recent years their investments have increased and Indian companies have also begun to invest in Sweden. There is significant potential for enhancing bilateral collaboration in key areas like technologies, renewable energy, smart infrastructure, healthcare and defence.

A Joint Economic Commission (JEC) at the level of the Ministers of Commerce and Industry between India and Sweden was set up for inter-Governmental dialogue. The last round (17th) was held in Stockholm on January 30, 2015.

India is Sweden's 19th largest export market and third largest trade partner after China and Japan in Asia. The main Swedish exports to India are pharmaceuticals, paper & pulp products, chemicals, engineering products and telecom equipment. The main items of Indian exports are chemical products, food products, and semi manufactured and manufactured goods.

Contact details of the EEPC INDIA Offices

CIN : U51900WB1955NPL022644

  • Mr. Suranjan Gupta

    Executive Director

    EEPC India, H.O. (Cell):
    ‘Vandhna’, 4th Floor, 11, Tolstoy Marg,
    New Delhi 110001

  • Shri Adhip Mitra

    Addl. Executive Director & Secretary

    EEPC India, Head Office:
    ‘Vanijya Bhawan’, 1st Floor
    International Trade Facilitation Centre, 1/1, Wood Street,
    Kolkata 700016

  • Ms. Anima Pandey

    Regional Director (ER)

    Vanijya Bhawan (2nd Floor), International Trade Facilitation Centre 1/1, Wood Street,
    Kolkata – 700 016

  • Mr. Rakesh Suraj

    Regional Director (NR)

    Flat No.10, P, Q, N, 10th Floor,
    DCM Building, 16 Barakhamba Road
    New Delhi - 110 001

  • Mr. C. H. Nadiger

    Regional Director (SR)

    Greams Dugar (3rd Floor), 149, Greams Road,
    Chennai – 600 006

  • Mr. Rajat Srivastava

    Regional Director (WR)

    B-202 & 220, Aurus Chambers, Annex "B" (2nd Floor), Behind Mahindra Tower S.S. Amrutwar Marg, Worli
    Mumbai – 400 013

  • Mr. J. V. Raja Gopal Rao

    Sr. Deputy Director

    Embassy Square, 103, First Floor, No.148, Infantry Road,
    Bengaluru – 560 001

  • Mr. V. C. Ravish

    Sr. Executive Officer

    Soham Mansion (1st Floor), No. 5-4-187/3 & 4/4, M. G. Road,
    Secunderabad – 500 003

  • Mr. Opinder Singh

    Deputy Director

    Plot Comm. 1, Focal Point
    Jalandhar – 144 012

  • Mr. Sudhakaran C.K. Nair

    Deputy Director

    TF- 313/A (3rd Floor), ATMA House Ashram Road,
    Ahmedabad – 380 009