EEPC India has been the Face of Indian Engineering exports over a span of 69 years when India grew from a meagre $10 million engineering export nation in 1955 to USD 107.04 Billion (Apr 2022-Mar, 2023) and is regarded as the model EPC in India by the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry. EEPC India is the premier trade and investment promotion organisation in India. It is sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India and caters to the Indian engineering sector. It has many firsts to its credit. The First Indian EPC to have a website, to be ISO certified and also to e-catalogue the product profiles.     


As an advisory body it actively contributes in the policies of Government of India and acts as the prime conduit between the Indian Engineering fraternity and the Government.   


Set up in 1955, EEPC India now has a membership base of around 10,000 predominantly drawing 60% from MSME segment. EEPC India has been participating and organising promotional activities including Buyer-seller meets (BSM) & Reverse BSMs  and managing India Pavilions in various overseas exhibitions to demonstrate the capabilities of Indian engineering industry. INDEE (Indian Engineering Exhibition) and its domestic counterpart – IESS (International Engineering Sourcing Show)  are two flagship events of EEPC India.     


EEPC India facilitates sourcing from India and encourages MSMEs to raise their standard at par with international best practices. It also encourages MSMEs to integrate their business with the global value chain.  


  • International Engineering Sourcing Show (IESS) is  the largest display in the country of engineering products and services, every year. This is recognised as the only engineering sourcing event in India – showcasing the latest technologies and a preferred meeting place for global buyers and sellers. This show is also important to encourage foreign investments in line with the newly-initiated Make in India campaign by the Government of India. So far 10 editions have been held, with 6 Partner Countries, more than 10 State presence, average 15 Thematic Sessions, more than 10 Speakers, around 300 Delegates from over 60 nations and 300 Exhibitors and 10,000 visitors and 700 B2B sessions. The IESS XI is getting ready for a three day marathon over 4-6 March 2024 in Coimbatore 


  • Indian Engineering Exhibition (INDEE) is EEPC India’s own brand and is one of the largest expositions of engineering in the world. Over a period of 46 years INDEE has been established as the largest and most important showcase for Indian engineering abroad with a history of over 4000 exhibitors, displaying on an average 100 Indian Engineering products across 29 nations in 6 continents since 1977. The 45th edition is due to be held in Bangladesh next February  over 8-10.    


What we do to promote the exports of engineering goods  


• Keep in constant communication with Chambers of Commerce and other mercantile and public bodies throughout the world with a view to taking appropriate and necessary measures for maintaining or increasing the exports of engineering goods;  


• Advise/represent to the government, local authorities, and public bodies on policies and other measures;  


• Support upgradation of technology to boost India’s engineering exports and establish synergy between industry and academia;  


• Prepare, edit, print, publish, issue, acquire, and circulate books, papers, periodicals, gazettes, circulars, and other literature treating or bearing upon industry, trade or commerce, pertaining to engineering goods. 


EEPC India in its endeavour to facilitate the members to continue the business momentum during COVID-19 Pandemic, started organising e-sessions or webinars and Virtual exhibitions, since April 2020.  


We have organised over 500 webinars. Over 100 e BSMs have been arranged associating with 40 Indian Overseas Missions viz. USA, UAE, Germany, Vietnam, France, Oman, South Korea, Russia, Peru, Senegal, Mozambique, Botswana, Thailand, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Kuwait, South Africa,  Uzbekistan, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Qatar, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Tanzania, Switzerland, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Cameroon, Cambodia, Brunei, Myanmar, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines.   


Virtual Exhibitions on Subcontracting, Farm Machinery, Medical Devices, Pumps and Valves, Electrical Equipment, Builder Hardware, Metal Cutting, Forming and Welding & Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment have been organised to bolster Engineering exports in these sectors and more are in the offing.   


EEPC India has switched to the physical participation at the International Exhibitions and BSMs and  in FY 23 and June FY 24  it has already so far joined at 35 physical events in around 20 countries covering these sectors Industrial Supply, Energy Solutions, Automation, Motion & Drives, Pharmaceutical machinery; Agriculture machinery & Equipment; HVAC, Water management, Plumbing Technology; Electrical, Mechanical Machinery, Automation; Subcontracting and manufacturing supply chain; Automotive & spare parts; Metalwork industry - equipment, technology, & instruments; Building machinery & components, Electrical machinery, Tube, pipe, Pumps and valves, Machinery, mechanical parts ; Foundry, Forging, Furnace and Thermal Processing Technology;Engineering, Multi-Products; Medical Device, Pharma Machinery; Hand tools, Fasteners, DIY Equipment; Industrial Fasteners, Tooling & Machinery; food processing, packaging and supply chain; Textile machinery & allied products, Coil Winding, E-Mobility,  


Physical RBSMs were also held as part of  State wise Global summits in Indore, IMTEX, Bio Asia, ACMEE where more than 100 BSMs have been arranged  so far  


Extending its regular agenda, EEPC India also published several reports/studies to make the members aware about the international trends and opportunities in order to enhance their global footprints.  

On August 29, 2023EEPC India Export Strategy paper was released by Mr. Piyush Goyal, Hon'ble Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs & Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, Government  of India.  

This strategy paper is meticulously crafted as a roadmap to attain the ambitious export target  of USD 300 billion by 2030 set by the Government, through both trade creation and trade diversification. This comprehensive paper delves into various aspects that currently impact India’s engineering exports while offering a set of strategic recommendation designed to empower the industry in achieving the formidable export target.