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National Chamber arranges B2B meetings for Indian firms


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The National Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Engineering Export Promotion Council of India (EEPC) will conduct B2B meetings for the business community to meet their counterparts at the Indian Machinery and Technology Exhibition on Saturday 19 March from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Hall B. BMICH. Participation will be free of charge. Allocation of appointments will be on first-come-first-served basis.

Around 100 Indian companies dealing in various diversified sectors are expected to participate at this mega exhibition which is being held from 19 to 20 March. 

Business interests of the delegates include – automotive, electrical, agri machinery, solar power, refrigeration, mining and construction machinery, motorcycle spare parts, industrial machinery, hospital equipment, home appliances, food processing machinery, desiccated coconut powder machines, brass electrical wiring accessories pumps, refrigeration, material testing machines, auto parts and spare parts of two and three wheelers, two and three wheeler bearings for machines, civil construction machinery, pumps, solar items, stainless steel cookware, tableware cutlery drilling tools and accessories textiles machinery and a host of other items. For reservation kindly contact the National Chamber on TP 4741788 Thushari/Nirmani or email sg@nationalchamber.lk; sect@nationalchamber.lk.


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