Last Date of Submission - 20th October 2017
Participate through EEPC India and enjoy substantial savings!
MACTECH is more than a trade fair; it is an exclusive platform where regional manufacturers meet leading innovators in the field of metal forming, machine tools, industrial tools, welding and cutting equipment, to source machinery supplies, networking with industry players, enhance their modernization plans and get acquainted to the most evolving trends and technologies. Read More
Demonstrating the most domineering event showcasing the entire industrial value chain, MACTECH is categorically the genuine venue where exceptional solutions for the industrial sector are simply reached.
Being the only event within the entire MENA region that is supported by the world’s top industrial associations; 17th MACTECH exhibition signifies the picture-perfect exports site for metal forming, machine tools, industrial tools, welding and cutting equipment technology makers; providing widespread competition array, constant business opportunities, far-reaching media coverage and cross-industry technology transfer.
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MACTECH 2017 is jam-packed with opportunities for exhibitors to conduct successful business on global, regional and local scales
The greatest international business interest in the MENA region: has ascended to unmatched heights: due to the massive resources and high potential of the region.
Egypt specifically has been favored as the most advantageous hotspot for business and investment opportunities within the entire MENA region.
Egypt’s drive on the path of industrial sector restructuring has transformed to suit the international models after the 25th of January and 30th of June great revolutions backed by a large and growing population of 90 million acting as the best asset to quadruple the industrial output and well position Egypt in the league of developed industrial countries over the next decade...Read more
One side open (built-up booth):
[10% extra for two sides open booth (subject to availability)]
Price is inclusive of hotel stay for 5 nights in Cairo. The offer is valid for one person per company.
16 - 19 November, 2017
Participation Charges for a 9 sqm booth
includes the following services
Participation Charges for a 6 sqm booth
includes the following services
Full payment is to be made by
Demand draft favouring “EEPC INDIA”
along with the duly fill-out Application Form
Pay through RTGS/NEFT in INR as per the following details
|Name of Bank||:||HDFC BANK LTD|
|Address of Bank||:||2/6, SARAT BOSE ROAD, KOLKATA – 700 020|
|Account Name||:||EEPC INDIA|
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Interested members are requested to fill-out the online Application Form latest by 20th October 2017 at the following link
Please go through the "Mode of Payment" section of this Circular for payment details.
Since limited space is available, selection of participation will be done strictly on FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS.
Request for cancellation of participation will be accepted if EEPC India receives the same in writing on or before 27th October 2017 . EEPC India shall not entertain any cancellation afterwards. Any cancellation after the due date shall result in forfeiture of the amount already paid on this account.
A $286-billion economy with around 89 million consumers, the second largest in Africa, Egypt has tremendous potential for economic growth. Egypt has embarked on a major economic reform program, including the liberalization of the exchange rate regime and reforms to the business environment. These reforms are step towards restoring the competitiveness of the economy and boosting private sector activity. The Government of Egypt’s reform program is widely endorsed by the international institutions including World Bank’s programmatic DPF series, the IMF Extended Fund Facility (EFF) and the African Development Bank parallel financing.
Egypt's economy is gradually improving with improved GDP growth reaching 4.3 percent in 2015-2016, up from an average of only 2 percent during the period 2010-11 to 2013-14. GDP is expected to grow in FY17, and will be largely driven by public investment and to some extent net exports. The overall budget deficit declined in the first half of FY17 to 5.4 percent of GDP, down from 6.4 percent in the same period last year. Private investment is also expected to pick up in FY17.More
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