39,133 visitors and 1,800+ buyer-seller meetings
The largest edition of the trade fairs since inception underlined the pertinence to the sourcing
requirements of the electronics industry
Shaped the future of electronics manufacturing with special focus on emerging segments:
semiconductor manufacturing, display manufacturing and electric vehicles
The 2023 edition of electronica India and productronica India, South Asia’s leading trade fairs for the electronics industry, concluded on a successful note on September 15, 2023. The three show days were abuzz with activity, as attendees flocked to the exhibition floor to see the latest products and technologies from leading suppliers. More than 600 companies from 24 countries showcased innovative products and solutions at the expo. The trade fairs attracted 39,133 visitors and more than 1,800 + buyer-seller meetings were conducted during the three days of the trade fairs.
The marquee event, which took place at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), was a major success for the Indian electronics industry, providing a platform for businesses to connect, collaborate, and drive innovation. This success is a testament to the ever-growing importance of the electronics and
semiconductor industries in India.
This edition saw a new initiative in the form of EVS live! – a showcase of the latest innovations in electric vehicles (EVs), which featured a variety of solutions for vehicle electrification, driver assistance, EV charging, battery management, motor control etc. to cater to the sourcing requirements of India’s exponentially growing electric vehicles industry.
Partner-in-progress for India’s ESDM industry
Regarding the unprecedented scale and success of this edition, Bhupinder Singh, CEO, Messe Muenchen India, said, “The happy faces and meaningful handshakes at this edition have proved once again why electronica India and productronica India are an essential meeting place for the global electronics industry. We are delighted with unprecedented growth in exhibitor and visitor participation and the launch of various partnerships and initiatives to unlock business opportunities for all stakeholders of the
ecosystem. I am confident that we will see many innovations in products and components manufacturing emerge from this platform, and in this way, we are proud to contribute towards Atmanirbhar Bharat.”
Dr Reinhard Pfeiffer, CEO, Messe München, said, “The 2023 editions have reinforced that India is a crucial link in the global electronics value chain, and I am happy to see vibrant international participation in the exhibition and conferences. Along with the SEMICON India and Indian Semiconductor Conclave, I am sure EVS live! will continue as an attractive platform for the industry to ideate and collaborate for mutual success.”