Colombo International Logistics Conference

Colombo International Logistics Conference

01-02 Aug 2019
Hotel Galadari, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Colombo International Logistics Conference is a platform to engage with your peers, suppliers & competitors, determine where rest of the field is headed, expand your existing relationships and start building new ones for business growth, help determine the size and the shape of tomorrow’s industry- make your voice heard and put your company at the center of the debate about transforming supply chains with people & technology in the driving seat, and much more.



Sri Lanka is known as a mega transshipment location in South Asia. In fact, it’s the fastest growing one among major ports of the world, with the rank of 11th best connected port in the world of shipping. Situated in the middle of the Indian Ocean, connecting multiple continents and reaching out to billions of people, many have not realized that the island nation sitting next to the major market of India is probably the best geographical position for logistics, distribution and storage of both bulk and containerized cargo. Sri Lanka has very flexible and an investor friendly environment through its commercial hub act opening the country for logistics FDI with least procedures for international investments. In addition, it has three major ocean ports being extensively developed for variety of purposes and connectivity. Colombo being the main container transshipment port is the only main South Asian port, closest to the East-West shipping route that is well equipped for the 21st century mega container ships.

On the Eastern flank of the country is the world’s second largest natural port, Trincomalee used by the British during the world war two. It is now being designed to be a major maritime city to service the region of Bay of Bengal, connecting South East Asia to South Asia.

As South Asia’s population and the middle-income group expands, demand for products for manufacturing and consumption is likely to triple or quadruple by 2050, making a huge demand for cost effective logistics services. The space in Sri Lanka is unmatchable to any other geographic location to provide logistics to emerging markets. In fact, Sri Lanka is the only location that connects two major hubs of Far-East and Middle East (Singapore & Dubai) within four days of sailing or four hours of flying. This unique advantage combined with the Indian Sub-continent market gives an unprecedented advantage to reduce costs, deliver on time to markets and provide access to consumers.

In view of this developing opportunity, the first ever Colombo International Logistics Conference with the support of the government of Sri Lanka, will be held on 1st & 2nd August 2019, to showcase an investment destination beyond 2020. The conference will be combined with port visits, free zone visits, optional tours as the country has been designated as the “top travel destination for 2019” by Lonely Planet. The conference is put together by CIMC Events, which had two major conferences in Colombo on the maritime industry of Sri Lanka in 2015 & 2016, where over 400 delegates took part. In addition, CIMC Events have conducted two international conferences in Mumbai, India and Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2017/2018 (South Asia Maritime and Logistics Forum).

Cosmo Tech Expo

Cosmo Tech Expo

22-23 Jul 2019
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India

this is South Asia’s Largest Beauty Manufacturing Solutions Tradeshow for the beauty, homecare, and dermaceutical & perfumery industry. Cosmo Tech is conceptualized on bringing the complete Innovative solutions to the beauty manufactures right from the concept to formulation to technology to product launch for making the advancements in the Manufacturing world.

Cosmo Tech Expo Highlights

Showcase latest ingredients + technology & network with 7,000 Manufactures
Providing free technical education and consumer insights for formulators, R&D, and regulatory
Business Platform for the Industry professionals to network, source, update with the new trends
The best solution in the formulation, production, technology, and packaging
2 days of the Exhibition is packed with the Series of Educational programs

International Wheat Congress

International Wheat Congress – IWC 2019

21-26 Jul 2019
TCU Place, Saskatoon, Canada

About International Wheat Congress

The International Wheat Congress will include a balanced program encompassing six areas of wheat research such as Wheat Diversity, Evolution, and Genetic Resources, Structural and Functional Genomics of Wheat and Wheat Relatives, Wheat Improvement: Breeding, Physiology, and Enabling technologies, Wheat Production Systems: Environment, Sustainability, and Management, Protecting Yield: Resistance to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses, and Wheat Uses: Functionality, Nutrition, Safety and Human Health.

About Saskatoon

On behalf of the 2019 International Wheat Congress, we would like to welcome you to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – the heart of the Canadian Prairies! Surrounded by close to 25 million hectares of farm land in the Province of Saskatchewan, the agriculture and agri-food sectors drive this economy.

Saskatoon’s agriculture technology cluster includes many research institutes like the University of Saskatchewan, National Research Council, Saskatchewan Research Council, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Canadian Light Source (a 3rd generation Synchrotron) – all of which are private industry stakeholders or government organizations.

Saskatoon is the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan in Canada and is one of the world’s leading food-producing regions and a hub for agriculture related research:

Saskatchewan has over 40% of Canada’s agricultural land

Saskatchewan is the world’s top exporter of lentils, dried peas, mustard and flax
Saskatchewan supplies nearly a third of the world’s durum wheat
Saskatchewan exports almost half of the world’s canola meal and one third of canola oil
Saskatchewan supplies 40% of world potash, mainly for crop nutrient use
Saskatoon is the birth place of Canola, which is grown over more than 21 million acres in Canada (and many parts of the world).

The city of Saskatoon is favourably positioned, with the South Saskatchewan River winding through it. Seven bridges span its gentle flow, linking east to west. As an active city, residents and visitors alike flock to the Meewasin Valley trails, traversing 60 km of pathways in all seasons. The city’s youthful vitality and cultural richness are evident in every neighbourhood, thanks in part to the University of Saskatchewan, where cutting-edge technology draws the best minds from around the world. A vibrant and sophisticated arts community is tangible at the assortment of events and festivals taking place throughout the year. Boutique shopping, challenging golf courses, and fresh local cuisine round out Saskatoon’s appeal.

Weather: Saskatoon has a dry climate and averages 340.4 mm (13.40 in) of precipitation per year, with the summer being its wettest season. Saskatoon is also one of the sunniest places in Canada, averaging 2,381 hours of sunlight per year (that’s 6.5 hours each day).

Currency: Canadian Dollar (1 Canadian Dollar = approx. 0.75 US Dollar = approx. 0.66 Euro)
Electrical Appliances: Voltage, frequency and adapters in Canada are exactly the same as the United States, Mexico and Central America.

Canadian Standard: 120 Volts at 60 Hertz, flat blade plug (refer to image)

If you are travelling from a country with different electrical standards, a voltage converter and/or plug adapter may be required to conform to the 120 V Canadian standard.



04-06 Jul 2019
Labhganga Exhibition Center, Indore, India

The most exclusive trade show on indian water industry as most cost effective marketing platform for key players the water india’s water expo ensures that you reach target customers. manufacturers specializing in water treatment ,waste water management and other related industries can show case and exhibit products and expertise.

The show lays specific emphasis on the rapidly growing point of use residential water purification market and draws a large number of component manufactures ,system integrators and distributions form all over india.

Welcome to WATER EXPO INDORE Expo 2019

INDOREWater India’s Water Expo Indore- 2019 will be held from 4th – 6th JULY 2019 at labh Ganga Garden, INDORE. It is the most exclusive Trade Show on the Indian Water Industry. This exhibition is the most cost effective marketing platform for key players, the Water India’s Water Expo 2017 ensures that you reach your target customers. It creates a venue for business development and bold forward- looking actions a help promote your brand and services.Exhibitor Profile :WATER TREATMENT PLANTSReverse Osmosis | Reuse and Recycling | Softening | Filtration | Demineralization | Distillation | Desalination | Packaged Drinking Water | Iron removal | Biological Treatment | Sludge Disposal | Clarifies | UV and Disinfection | Ozonation | Chlorination

Be a part of largest event on Indian Water Industry

Water India’s Water Expo – 2018 HYDERABAD The Most Exclusive Trade Show on the Indian Water Industry will take place from September 6,7,8 shubham convetion centre As the most cost effective marketing platform for key players, the Water India’s Water Expo 2018 ensures that you reach your target customers. Manufactures specializing in water treatment, wastewater management and all other related industries can showcase and exhibit their products and expertise.

The show lays specific emphasis on the rapidly growing point-of-use residential water purification market and draws a large number of component manufactures,system integrators and distributions from all over India. Organized by Kushi Events show is the biggest water event in Southern India.

Water India’s Water Expo 2018 combines technology displays, networking and education to capture the energy of a rapidly expanding water market in Southern India. It creates a venue for business development and bold forward-looking actions to help promote your brand and services.

Now is the time to book your booth to capitalize on prime locations available.See how Water India’s Water Expo 2018 can generate bottom-line results in return for your marketing investments.


Burwarton Show

Burwarton Show

01 Aug 2019
Burwarton Agricultural Society, Bridgnorth,  UK

Planning is well advanced for this year’s Burwarton Show with applications for tradestand, food hall, shopping arcade, craft market & demonstrations and the conservation area coming in. The closing date for receipt of these applications if 31 March so please ensure you meet this deadline to be considered for allocation of exhibitor space.

All equine and livestock judges are now booked with Schedules under preparation. These will be available from 1 May either direct from the Show office or as a download. All previous year exhibitors/competitors will be mailed a copy direct. The closing date for receipt of entries is 4 July and no entries will be received after this date.

Burwarton Show features a display of the products such as wide variety of vegetable and fruit, wide variety of floral display classes, horticulture products and services and etc.

Burwarton Show Main ring attractions this year will include:

ATKINSON ACTION HORSES who are making their first visit to the Show. They have spent the past twenty years training horses and riders for film and TV with recent credits from Poldark, Victoria and Peaky Blinders. The riders will demonstrate astounding acrobatics, tricks and stunts. The show also includes a short but stunning section dedicated to the art of Liberty.

Ye Olde Redtail Falconry Display (Ray & Wendy Aliker) with their inter-active stunning falconry displays make a welcome return to the Show. Their displays will include inter-active displays where children are invited into the ring to get close to these majestic birds.

Other attractions around the showground will include

The Aldabra Giant Tortoise display which makes a welcome return following their success last year. Definitely not to be missed.

The Amerton Arts Studio will return to the Conservation area with their magic wand workshop running all day.

Pentabus Theatre will also be returning and are working on their activities just now.

The Panic Family Circus will be entertaining the youngsters again in the Children’s Play area.

The ever popular Village Green programme will include Magic Russ, Punch & Judy, Helen Pearson (singer) and the Church Stretton Accordion Band.

Renewable Energy India Expo

Renewable Energy India Expo

18-20 Sep 2019
India Exposition Mart, Greater Noida, India

Renewable Energy India Expo is a global platform to jointly address policy initiatives and innovative finance models to accelerate the power-packed development of collaborative R&D and technology transfers to India in the field of renewable energy. It brings together professionals and industry experts to share valuable experienced knowledge and innovative ideas to make advanced this respective sector in the global market.

Renewable Energy India Expo Highlights

Stay informed about the latest technological innovations in the renewable energy sector.
Meet the decision makers who are shaping the renewable energy market.

The Indian growth story no longer needs to be validated and verified as India is set to become one of the largest solar Hub globally in the coming years. Driving on the surge is the growing renewable energy industry with vision on the future and systematic year on year growth.

Renewable Energy India expo celebrated 12 glorious years of Global entrepreneurship and unparalleled industry collaborations during September 2018

Congregation of International stakeholders with cutting edge technology and products the expo boasts of unparallel collaborations from across the globe.

India is on the ambitious path to implement the world’s largest Renewable Energy expansion program. It’s growing stature and successful leadership position at International Solar Alliance (ISA) has prompted even the countries outside of the tropics in entering the alliance. The international Solar Alliance (ISA) is conceived as a coalition of solar resource rich countries to address their special energy needs and provide a platform to collaborate on addressing the identified gaps through a common, agreed approach.

  • Phenomenal dip in solar tariffs to a record low of USD 0.0334 per unit because of the increasing viability of Solar energy products. 10% provision of roof top solar and Renewable Energy as mandatory under mission statement and Guidelines for all the 100 Smart Cities
  • Successfully leading the climate change deal amongst 195 countries at COP 21 in Paris, with 40% commitment for non-fossil fuel based energy by 2030. 72 GW installed capacity, the total share of Renewable Energy has now increased to 20% of the total installed capacity
  • Construction of world’s largest solar park, (2 GW when fully complete) in full swing at Pavagada Taluk, Tumakuru District of Karnataka which is set to become the largest solar park in a single location.
  • Most comprehensive power sector reform ever, UDAY (Ujwal DISCOM Assurance Yojana) for financial turnaround of Power Distribution Companies
  • Construction of Green Energy Corridor to strengthen the transmission of renewable Energy 35 solar parks with overall capacity of 20,514 MW in 21 States has been approved

UBM India is India’s leading exhibition organizer that provides the industry with platforms that bring together buyers and sellers from around the world, through a portfolio of exhibitions, content led conferences & seminars. UBM India hosts over 25 large scale exhibitions and 40 conferences across the country every year; thereby enabling trade across multiple industry verticals. A UBM Asia Company, UBM India has offices across Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai. UBM Asia is owned by UBM plc which is listed on the London Stock Exchange.UBM Asia is the leading exhibition organizer in Asia and the biggest commercial organizer in mainland China, India and Malaysia


Solar South

Solar South

02-04 Aug 2019
Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai, India

it is a 3 day event being held from 02 – 04 August 2019 at the Chennai Trade Centre in Chennai, India. This event showcases product from Power, Renewable Energy & Energy Conservation industry.

SOLAR 2019 SOUTH, as a Leader of solar industry trade fairs in South India, provides the Extensive Business Solutions by uniting the potential buyers from Six Southern States.

Exhibitors benefit from the opportunity to meet with a range of regional buyers who have the authority to place real business.

Over the years, the show has established itself As the must-attend event for the Southern India Region with more than 20,000 industry visitors.

Attendees to the event get three days of power packed inter-industry business opportunities within the solar sector.

Manufacturing Excellence

Manufacturing Excellence

30 Jul-02 Aug 2019

Marcus Evans takes great pride in organising one of our flagship events, the 4th Annual Manufacturing Excellence large scale event from 30th July – 2nd August 2019. Manufacturing is entering a dynamic new phase. By 2025, a new global consuming class will have emerged, and the majority of consumption will take place in developing economies. This will create rich new market opportunities. Meanwhile, in established markets, demand is fragmenting as customers ask for greater variation and more types of after-sales service. A rich pipeline of innovations in materials and processes from nanomaterials to 3-D printing to advanced robotics also promises to create fresh demand and drive further productivity gains across manufacturing industries and geographies.

Industry 4.0 is expected to accelerate over the next 2-3 years transforming manufacturing processes on the way. Industry 4.0 will make supply chains and production processes more interconnected, efficient and flexible, allowing mass-customisation and virtual production.

Manufacturing Excellence

The digital transformation of manufacturing, ongoing convergence of IT (Information Technology) and OT (Operations Technology) and the usage of IoT (Internet of Things), in combination with other technologies, are changing the face of the manufacturing technology landscape and the face of manufacturing itself (processes, people, work, business models and so forth).

Manufacturing earnings and exports are stimulating economic prosperity causing nations to increase their focus on developing advanced manufacturing capabilities by investing in high-tech infrastructure and education.

The Manufacturing Excellence will cover areas like the digital transformation of manufacturing, ongoing convergence of IT and OT and the usage of IoT, in combination with other technologies, are changing the face of the manufacturing technology landscape and the face of manufacturing itself.

Stream One: Operational Excellence & Productivity

This stream is focusing on strategies, methods and techniques that streamline manufacturing operations through creation of smart factory and successful implementation of advanced technologies, industry 4.0, digital manufacturing and IoT, optimisation of Lean, OpEx, quality and safety that are leading the organisation to agility, flexibility, costs reduction, increased output. At the same time we will be addressing the challenges of the transformation process, including leadership and workforce engagement, development, skills, multicultural and multi-plants gaps overcome.

Stream Two: Digital Integration & Automation

This stream is emphasising on rapid integration of diverse new technologies. This will explain how adoption of integrated and connected digital systems and technologies can help to reduce productivity bottlenecks.  Also, how digital manufacturing technologies and data analytics can transform and optimise factory operations, boosting equipment utilisation and product quality while reducing costs.
We will also discuss how by creating digitally integrated ecosystem can cut countless hours from many of the tasks. We will highlight the process of transition to a smart factory using automation, 3D printing, as well as, adopting advance systems for a seamless solution with existing systems. Also recognising the value of disruptive and cloud technologies.

Stream Three: Process Re-Designing & Innovation

We will discuss how redesigning the production processes and systems can increase the flexibility of the operations and drive competitive advantage in meeting future market and customer demands.
This stream will focus on optimising complex manufacturing processes through re-designing and innovation to eliminate waste and increase productivity. Also, we will discuss about real time performance management and continuous improvement.

DAY 3 – Full Day Workshop on Intelligent Manufacturing – Paving the Path to Digital Maturity & Integration

Intelligent manufacturing (IM) means using the combined intelligence of people, processes and machines, to impact the overall economics of manufacturing. Its purpose is to optimise manufacturing resources, improve business value and safety, and reduce waste while meeting customer demands for delivery and quality. Manufacturers achieve this with the latest manufacturing execution system (MES), intelligent devices, machine-to-machine communication, and data analysis for its production lines and facilities.
We will discuss how the cyber-physical systems are best integrated in a factory. The goal of this workshop is to learn how to achieve full potential of automation within the current operations with the support of digital technology and how to enhance the ability of planning and coordination in the operation process and significantly upgrading the manufacturing capabilities.

Day 4 – Supply Chain Optimisation – Optimising your End-to-End Supply Chain

Supply Chain Optimisation is the application of processes and tools to ensure the optimal operation of a manufacturing and distribution. This includes the optimal placement of inventory within the supply chain, minimising operating costs (including manufacturing costs, transportation costs, and distribution costs). With the use of technologies this has been advanced to meet the rising demands in the manufacturing.
The delegates will learn how to optimise the end-to-end supply chain and with the options that digital technologies provide to develop new business models and new strategies, companies should integrate digital technologies into their supply chain to quickly improve service levels while cutting costs up to 30%.

World Water Week

World Water Week

25-30 Aug 2019
Tele2 Arena, Enskede,  Sweden

Water issues have always been major issues in the entire world. So, to discuss this issue and have a talk or discussion about this critical problem, World Water Week is organized. Its main motive is to bring attention of the people to the water-related challenges that are occurring in almost every part if the world. This event allows people to exchange their views, experiences, and practices, between scientific, business, policy and civiccommunities. This problem may lead to several other problems that include, health, climate, economy, and poverty reduction as well. So it needs to be solved and this can be done by the help of scientific studies, maintaining relations between various area expertise, highlight ground breaking research, to develop concrete solutions to water, environment and development challenges.

World Water Week is the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues. It is organized by SIWI. In 2019, World Water Week will address the theme “Water for society – Including all”. In 2018, over 3,300 individuals and around 380 convening organizations from 135 countries participated in the Week.
Experts, practitioners, decision-makers, business innovators and young professionals from a range of sectors and countries come to Stockholm to network, exchange ideas, foster new thinking and develop solutions to the most pressing water-related challenges of today. We believe water is key to our future prosperity, and that together, we can achieve a water wise world.

The World Water Week 2019 theme: time to focus on inclusiveness

In the fourth year of implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the 2019 World Water Week addresses the basic objective of this agenda to secure inclusive and sustainable development for all people in all countries. The UN is focusing on “no-one left behind” as the theme for the 2019 World Water Day and World Water Development Report. In Stockholm, we are aligning this 2019 Thematic Scope with that theme, broadened to the wider perspective of inclusiveness. Water security underlies human and environmental security; access to and use of water in adequate quantity and quality are fundamental to survival and prosperity.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set ambitious targets for our future development applying to all countries, whether high, middle or low income. This Thematic Scope covers many of these goals, in particular SDG 1 on poverty, SDG 2 on hunger, SDG 5 on gender equality, SDG 6 on water and sanitation, SDG 10 on inequality and SDG 16 on peaceful and inclusive societies. Achieving these goals is central to the inclusive societal transformation process which is required to achieve all the SDG targets by 2030.