electronica India, productronica India and MatDispens 2020 Canceled


Reading time ( words)

Due to the still strong spread of COVID-19 in India and the stringent travel restrictions imposed by the Government, Messe Muenchen India feels compelled to cancel its trade fairs electronica India, productronica India and MatDispens 2020, originally scheduled from September 23–25, at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bengaluru.

Taking this measure, Messe Muenchen India has assumed its responsibility for the health and safety of its stakeholders, exhibitors and visitors. The decision was also based on industry feedback received through the extensive survey conducted by the organizer.

Bhupinder Singh, CEO Messe Muenchen India, says, “Unfortunately, owing to the current situation and restrictions enforced by the Government of India on travel and mass-gatherings, it is not possible for us to successfully hold our trade fairs in September. The health and safety of everyone involved in the trade fairs is our prime concern. We will now put our energy into organizing a successful electronica India, productronica India and MatDispens 2021.”

Falk Senger, Managing Director of Messe München, adds: “As trade fair organizers we have to adapt our plans to the dynamic situation caused by the pandemic. We would not have been able to meet the expectations of our participants and had to rethink our plans. Messe Muenchen India is treading responsibility for the benefit of all concerned.”

The next electronica India, productronica India and MatDispens will be held in autumn 2021.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

I-Connect007 Editor’s Choice: Five Must-Reads for the Week

04/09/2021 | Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
In this week’s roundup, we have news about a new DFM environment from Siemens EDA, a 2D field solver from Avishtech, and a milestone for the IPC-CFX-2591 QPL. We also have a great article by Calumet’s Audra Thurston, who points out the many advantages of a virtual trade show. And in his latest column, Denny Fritz explains why the DoD is now thinking like many U.S. OEMs—worrying about single-source components, for instance—but the stakes are much higher.

I-Connect007 Editor's Choice: Five Must-Reads for the Week

10/02/2020 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
Most all the action this week involved the STMA International Conference and Exposition. I-Connect007’s Real Time with… video interviews generally led the way for views and clicks. In each item, the intent was to make things better in some fashion. Whether it was pivoting on trade show delivery, optimizing the metalization process in the fab, adding more AI to manufacturing capital equipment, unifying and furthering the concept of the digital twin concept, or responding to company growth by upgrading systems with the help the equipment manufacturers, all these news items speak to being adaptable and forward-thinking.

Real Time with…SMTAI 2020: ASC Makes Lemonade Out of Lemons

09/25/2020 | Real Time with...SMTAI
Steve Williams and Anaya Vardya, president and CEO of American Standard Circuits (ASC), discuss the upcoming virtual SMTAI show and how the company is “making lemonade out of lemons.” As they point out, there may be no face-to-face interaction, but virtual shows are open to attendees from around the world with no travel or hotel costs. Anaya explains how the COVID-19 lockdown has caused ASC to become more creative in its marketing efforts, including holding webinars and publishing two eBooks with I-Connect007. They also discuss ASC’s holistic approach to the marketplace, with a diversified product mix across various segments.



Copyright © 2021 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.