India-Bangladesh Virtual Exhibition from 23-25 August 2021

India-Bangladesh Virtual Exhibition offers Indian companies opportunities to showcase products and services

India-Bangladesh Virtual Exhibition
Food product packaging Photo: Sangga Rima Roman Selia on Unsplash

Bangladesh is India’s biggest trade and development partner in South Asia. Over the recent years, ties between the two countries have received a major boost in terms of trade, connectivity, and infrastructure development.

Commercial ties between the two developing economies have strengthened over the years. Bangladesh is India’s largest trading partner in the sub-continent with the total bilateral trade between the two nations standing at $9.5 billion (approximately Rs 71,021 crore) in 2019-20, down compared to the previous fiscal, having crossed $10 billion (approximately Rs 74,759 crore).

With the current global Covid-19 pandemic affecting people and businesses across the world, it is clear that new ways of work and communication are vitally important. The pandemic has changed a lot around us and there is a need to redefine our strategies to connect with global buyers.

Alliance Expo is organizing participation in Virtual Exhibition Bangladesh to cater to the growing demand for Indian products in Bangladesh. The key objective of participation is to help Indian companies generate leads and maintain their brands while allowing them to stay connected with their peers and international buyers. The eMarket platform with live online business opportunities will enable the Indian companies to showcase their products and solutions to a relevant audience from across the Bangladesh region and promote their brands while sitting in the comfort of their home/offices.

India-Bangladesh Virtual Exhibition exhibitor products

Exhibitor categories for food and agri products segment include sweet and confectioneries; Basmati and non-Basmati Rice; fruits and vegetables; pulses and cereals; spices and spice machinery; beverages; dairy products and animal husbandry; farming; poultry and equipment; packaging and equipment; canned products; convenience food; delicatessen products; gluten-free and allergen-friendly products; food ingredients;  fresh and processed seafood; meat/Buffalo meat; fisheries and aquaculture; frozen food; gourmet food; halal food; herbs and spices; health and organic product; hospitality and catering; food security and safety; processed food and food processing; and food technologies and machinery.

Pharmaceutical and medical exhibitor product categories include accident and emergency equipment; diagnostics equipment; disinfection and disposal systems; electro-medical equipment; hospital furniture and equipment; medical ophthalmic supplies; rehabilitation equipment; orthopedic supplies; medicine: various kinds of pharmaceuticals, chemistry, nutritious food; drug materials; pharmaceutical processing; filling, packaging machinery; dental equipment and supplies; laboratory and clinical equipment; medical cosmetics, treatment cosmetics; dermatology, aesthetic medicine; aesthetic medical devices; medical plastic surgery appliances, equipment, and materials.

Exhibitor categories for plastic and packaging segment include plastic blending machinery; blow molding machines; extruding machines; plastic compounding equipment; plastic cutting machines and cutters; die cutting and casting machines; plastic dryers and mold heaters; rubber blending machinery; injection molding equipment; press and molding equipment; packaging machinery; packaging material; raw materials and auxiliaries fiberboard packages, paper bags, and folding cartons; rigid packages, glass bottles and tin cans flexible packaging; dosing, coding and marking systems.

India-Bangladesh Virtual Exhibition will take place in Bangladesh from August 23-25 2021. Focused sectors of the trade exhibition include food and agri products, pharmaceuticals and medical, plastic and packaging, automotive and allied products.

The trade show will have more than 35 industrial exhibitors from India whole more than 200 trade visitors from Bangladesh are expected to attend the show. Participation charges for the exhibition are Rs 15,000 plus 18% GST.

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