India Warehousing Show 2023: Setting the Tone in Motion for India's Warehousing and Logistics Professionals.
A record 14,000+ visitors attended the show, where 360 brands showcased the latest in warehousing tech and solutions. Organised by RX India, the event welcomed delegates from all corners of the world including Japan, Kazakhstan, Nepal, UAE, Canada, and Singapore.
19th June, New Delhi: The India Warehousing Show 2023, held from June 14-16 at the Pragati Maidan Exhibition Centre in New Delhi, was a huge success. The event attracted over 14706 buyers from across India and the globe and featured over 360 brands showcasing the latest in warehousing, logistics, and supply chain technology. This was a significant increase from the previous year, which had 280 brand and 13000+ visitors. The increase in attendance was due to a number of factors, including the growing importance of the warehousing industry in India and the increasing awareness of the show.
Sh. Surendra Ahirwar, Joint Secretary, Logistics & Trade, DPIIT, inaugurated the India Warehousing Show 2023. He said “I congratulate IWS and RX Global for organizing a great show that is in the spirit of the National Logistics Policy and PM Gati Shakti Plan. This show is utilizing all the focus areas of the policy and plan, making me optimistic that the logistics sector will successfully support economic growth and catalyze the country’s economic growth. I wish IWS all the best for its continued success in this and future editions.”
The show was divided into three main areas: Warehousing, Logistics, Material Handling, Automation, and Supply Chain. The Warehousing area featured a wide range of products and services for warehousing operations, including racking systems, conveyors, and automated storage and retrieval systems. The logistics area showcased solutions for transportation, freight forwarding, and customs clearance. The Supply Chain area featured software and services for managing inventory, transportation, and customer orders.
In addition to the record-breaking number of buyers, the India Warehousing Show 2023 also featured a strong lineup of exhibitors. Some of the notable exhibitors included Jungheinrich Lift Truck India Private Limited, ASSA ABLOY, Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd, DP World, Falcon Autotech Pvt Ltd, Gandhi Automations Pvt Ltd, JLL India, Nido Machineries Pvt Ltd, Sidharath Shutters & Automations, Siemens Ltd., Stellium Consulting India Pvt Ltd, TVS Industrial & Logistics Parks [TVS ILP], and Umm Al Quwain Free Trade Zone Authority.
These exhibitors showcased a wide range of products and services, including lift trucks, security solutions, warehousing equipment, automation solutions, and logistics services. The show provided a valuable opportunity for buyers and sellers to connect and discuss the latest trends in the warehousing industry.
Furthermore, the show also featured a number of conference sessions. The conference sessions covered a wide range of topics, including the latest trends in warehousing and logistics, best practices for supply chain management, and the role of technology in the supply chain. The sessions were well-attended and well-received as it covered a wide range of topics and provided valuable insights for businesses in the warehousing industry.
The She Lead conference was a highlight of the India Warehousing Show 2023. The conference brought together women leaders from the logistics sector to discuss the future of the industry. The speakers shared their insights on how women can play a more active role in shaping the future of logistics. They also discussed the challenges that women face in the industry and how to overcome them.
Here are some of the key trends that were highlighted at the show:
● The increasing use of automation in warehousing operations.
● The growing importance of sustainability in warehousing and logistics.
● The need for greater collaboration between businesses in the supply chain.
The feedback from attendees at the India Warehousing Show 2023 was overwhelmingly positive. Attendees appreciated the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in the warehousing industry, to network with other industry professionals, and to explore new business opportunities.
The India Warehousing Show 2023 was a great success. The event provided a valuable platform for businesses to learn about the latest trends in warehousing, logistics, and supply chain technology. The show also provided a great opportunity for businesses to network with other industry professionals and to explore new business opportunities.
“I am confident that the India Warehousing Show will continue to be a major event in the warehousing, logistics, and supply chain industry in the years to come” said Janish Jafari, Project Manager, RX India.
RX India is already planning for the next show, which will be held in 2024. The next IWS will be held in July 2024, at the Pragati Maidan Exhibition Centre in New Delhi. The organizers are also looking to attract more international exhibitors and visitors. They are confident that the next IWS will be even more successful than the previous one, and they are excited to showcase the latest trends in the warehousing industry to businesses from all over the world.