mactechEEPC India is pleased to announce its next INDEE in Cairo, Egypt from 25th to 28th November 2010. The show will be a part of an event which brings together the most varied and complete exhibition of Machine Tools, Industrial Tools, Welding & Cutting Equipment and related services  industries. INDEE Cairo 2010 will coincide with MACTECH, AIRTECH, HANDLING EXPO and TRANSPOTECH. EEPC India invites you to be a part of this most representative industrial fair in the Middle East and Africa.


INDEE CAIRO 2010 ..... where tomorrow meets today


Why Egypt?

Egypt is the most populous country in the Arab world and has the second highest population of Africa. Egypt imports a wide variety of goods, especially capital goods such as machinery and equipment, necessary for its economic and infrastructure development. Today, the European Union, especially Germany, Italy, and France, supplies more than 40 per cent of Egypt`s imports, while the United States accounts for 15-20 per cent of total imports.

Egypt has traditionally been one of India’s most important trading partners in the African continent. The India-Egypt bilateral Trade Agreement has been in operation since March 1978 and is based on the MFN clause. India was the 4th largest trading partner of Egypt in 2007. Bilateral trade between India & Egypt amounts to US$ 3.3 billion (2007-08). Indian investments in Egypt at present register US$ 700 million and expected to reach US$ 2 billion. While India’s exports to Egypt have grown by 74.74% as compared to the previous year, the corresponding growth figure for engineering exports is 105.26%. Machinery, Instruments, Metals & Metal Products, Electrical Products, Automobiles & Components have been the major engineering products being exported at present to Egypt.


Highlights at Egypt

  • Reliable infrastructure with constant expansion.
  • Committed available feedstock through project life time at competitive prices.
  • Stability of political, economic and legal environment.
  • Logistical advantage of Egypt’s distinguished geographical proximity to European, Arabian and African markets.
  • Availability of specialized technical expertise including fields of machine equipment & technology (with relatively low labour cost).
  • Growing market demand.
  • Attractive tax exemption and guarantees package.